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Old 05-20-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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Default Hershey Nuggets - What stamps?

I need some help! I'm looking for a stamp to use for the Hershey Nuggets. Is there anything out there or do you just use cardstock and embellish it? Any suggestions will be appreciated!
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I wish I had taken pics of the project I made with the Nuggets, so I'll do my best to explain what I made with them.

I cut out a base for under my Nugget from the "square" shape from the "In Spades" Nestability and adhered the Nugget to "the base" with a 1/2 piece of ribbon. I taped the ends under the diecut, and it laid flat with no trouble, at all.

On top of the ribbon I added the "flower vine" diecut from the Cuttlebug "Vintage" die. Then I placed a MFT "Mini Rolled Roses" die, so the flower on top looked like this (only in paper): Rolled Rose. It fits on Perfectly!! I placed a gold pearl in the middle of the rolled rose, to finish it off, so the whole thing looked elegant

I hope this helped and made sense I made three in all, and they were well received, as a door prize, from a boutique I did.

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You can use DSP or cardstock.
SU! has a stamp set that will work ... It's a Wrap Occasions
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You'll see some ideas in the gallery.
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Old 05-20-2012, 02:38 PM   #4
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You can also stamp on address labels - the ones that come 30 to a sheet are the right size to wrap around Nuggets.
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:29 PM   #5
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I use Papertrey Ink's stamp set called Limitless Labels:
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Quick and easy with variety of designs. Perfectly sized and can be stamped right on the adhesive label sheets.
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Taylored Expressions has several stamps made for labels that are perfect for Hershey Nuggets:

Fright Night Favors (Halloween)
Tag You're It (Winter/Holidays)
A Little Love (Valentine's Day)
A Tweet For You (Easter)

Any small stamps, wheels or patterned paper can be used to decorate those little nuggets though.
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I have a few sets designed for them by Papertreyink. I love them for them. I use Avery labels. I have also use my wheels to wheel across a sheet of them and they look cool that way too.
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SU makes a set specifically for Nugget wrappers called "It's A Wrap Occasions". There are designs for a wedding, a shower, get well, new baby, birthday, thanks, and one that features an apple image with an A+ in the middle suitable for teachers. Real cute set, it's in the new catalog but it's a carry over so it was in the old as well.
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Oops!! Sorry...just re-read the responses above mine and realized somebody mentioned this set already! Don't know why I didn't see that the first time through. Sorry for the repeat!
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:53 AM   #10
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Like what has been mentioned above, I use address labels for my nuggets.
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I have used a regular of Jumbo Wheel and quickly rolled an entire sheet of Avery labels.
Very easy.
Be advised there has been a big discussion about covering the actual nugget label. Hershey says you cannot adhere something over the label because it would cover vital information about nut allergies, etc. So, attach the label to a piece of paper first. Then slip the entire piece over the nugget.
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Default Nugget idea

I stacked 2 nuggets on top of each other with glue dot and then cut strip of paper to go under the stack and stick out the front to make the door for a mailbox. I then cut a strip to go around the stack with a slight overlap. For Valentine's Day I used appropriate paper and then added a heart "flag" to make it into a mailbox. St. Pat's Day shamrock flag, etc. They make a hit.
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Old 05-23-2012, 04:59 AM   #13
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I just saw one the other day where for graduation they wraped each one in money and placed them in a box with a card. good graduation gift!
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Decorating Hershey Nuggets has always been one of my favorite projects! As someone mentioned, you do have to be careful about covering them now. But you could stamp on card stock and use that, or computer paper, or designer paper, or address labels...or perhaps use address labels on top of paper so you are not adhering right to the Nugget label. Then you can put them in tins or boxes or cello bags. It always makes a cute gift!
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Clear Dollar Stamps makes a set for nuggets. In fact, I think they make several. I'm pretty sure one turns nuggets into bunnies with cute sticking up ears! You can use Cardstock, patterned paper or self adhesive labels for these. Whatever you like! It can be cute to mix and match them and it's a great way to stash bust some scraps of patterned paper!*

You may have to condition Thick cardstock or score it to get it to wrap nicely if it is thick. To condition, pull strips of Cardstock over a straight edge like the corner of your table bending it slightly as you go. It's easier and faster to do with a large sheet rather than a small piece. Repeat this increasing the amount you bend the paper each time. It will get quite curled but you can flatten it to cut it. Now the Cardstock will flex nicely and not crease. This works anytime you want your Cardstock to bend in a tight circle without creasing like forming it into a tube.*Eclectic Endeavours: Candle Gift Set
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You can also make labels with MDS too. Free template is at Avery.com
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Hershey's put out a notice not to use labels with adhesive (like Avery). They couldn't guarantee that the adhesive wouldn't adversely contaminate the candy. I use the IT'S A WRAP by Stampin' Up! stamped on cardstock. Put your adhesive between the cardstock pieces without it touching the candy wrappers.
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I think Hershey is being silly. In my opinion, they just don't want people covering up their brand info. The rest is just excuses to scare people into complying. As long as I'm not selling the nuggets (and probably even if I was), I can and will wrap them with address labels if I want to.
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I think Hershey is being silly. In my opinion, they just don't want people covering up their brand info. The rest is just excuses to scare people into complying. As long as I'm not selling the nuggets (and probably even if I was), I can and will wrap them with address labels if I want to.
I feel the same way, stick 'em on and wrap 'em up! I doubt that some adhesive from a label is going to find its way in and somehow contaminate my chocolate to the point it would harm me. As far as nut allergies go, I would expect that if the recipient of these nuggets were allergic to nuts, they already know if they can or can't eat them.
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