That was sarcasm if you don't know me. I will accept chocolate in any way that the health department approves and possibly in a few questionable manners.
I found a cute way to give these candy squares to someone on Dawn's Stamping Thoughts. Dawn does a great job explaining how to make her creations in her blog and on her videos. While I will probably make some with the snowflakes that she used, I'm not ready to think about snow yet. I used paper that didn't thrill me to make this using the dimensions she provided. The mauve-ish paper doesn't coordinate with anything I have.
Please watch Dawn's video for full instructions, but in a nutshell, the paper that holds the chocolate square is cut at 8.5" by 3". One end has been cut with a scallop tag punch, but that is a design feature, not a necessity. The paper strip is then scored at 2.5", 2.75", 5.5" and 5.75"
The band that holds this together is cut at 9.25" by 3/4" and is scored at 3", 3.25", 6.25" and 6.5". Embellishments inside and out are up to you.
Here is what I made next with Halloween in mind. I have stamps that I will use for the interior greeting and also for cute characters that may appear inside and definitely on the outside on top of a paper that has a plainer background. This goofy little monster was cut with a 1 3/8" circle punch on top of a scalloped circle (1 3/4" punch)
Is everyone who comes to my door on Halloween getting one of these? No.
Will a few special people get them? You bet!