Disney Character Nuggets

Telynn

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Here are several characters made with Hershey Nuggets.

Example on how to assemble:



Instructions:
  1. Print pattern
  2. Carefully cut out head, feet, and body
  3. Wrap body paper about nugget and secure with double-sided tape
  4. Secure feet to bottom with double-sided tape
  5. Secure face to wide side of nugget with double-sided tape



 

iluv2go2disney

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These are adorable. I'm going to print them right now. I just happen to have a bag of Hershey's nuggets. Just one quick question.....do I need to cut out the head and feet? I thought that's what it looked like but I wasn't sure. Do you think you could do any other characters?
 

iluv2go2disney

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Sorry I didn't read the directions closely enough. I see that I have to cut them out.
 
  • iluv2go2disney

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    Ok I just printed them out and have already assembled 3 of them. They turned out even cuter than I imagined. I'm going to give one to my kids each day or evening. I have a request though. Could you make something likea little card, maybe a little bigger than a business card? I want to attach the candy bar on the left side of the card and have a little message on the right side. I just wanted them to say Have a great day or Good night with the characters signature. Does this even make sense?:confused3 I've probably rambled too much.
     
  • Telynn

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    CUTE!
    Do you have a photo of one assembled
    Not yet as I just started to design them today. I've also got to purchase nuggest to make them!

    Ok I just printed them out and have already assembled 3 of them. They turned out even cuter than I imagined. I'm going to give one to my kids each day or evening. I have a request though. Could you make something likea little card, maybe a little bigger than a business card? I want to attach the candy bar on the left side of the card and have a little message on the right side. I just wanted them to say Have a great day or Good night with the characters signature. Does this even make sense?:confused3 I've probably rambled too much.
    I'll be happy to do that! Give me some time and I'll have them posted. (Not sure I have everyone's signature, however.)
     
  • iluv2go2disney

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    I'll be happy to do that! Give me some time and I'll have them posted. (Not sure I have everyone's signature, however.)
    If you don't have the signatures, that's fine. Could the cards just match the character?
     

    Telynn

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    Here are the requested cards for six of the nugget characters. I used a template that was the size of the Altoids tin, but they look quite a bit larger...Hmm....If you need them right away, you may wish to resize them. I'll try to do that for you later tonight....













    The others will need to wait just a bit as it's time to make dinner and complete laundry....:laundy:
     

    iluv2go2disney

    Please Oh Please! Can't we live at Walt Disney Wor
    Joined
    Aug 4, 2007
    Here are the requested cards for six of the nugget characters. I used a template that was the size of the Altoids tin, but they look quite a bit larger...Hmm....If you need them right away, you may wish to resize them. I'll try to do that for you later tonight....













    The others will need to wait just a bit as it's time to make dinner and complete laundry....:laundy:
    :cheer2: Those are just like I wanted. I wouldn't worry about taking the time to resize them. They look great to me. One last question, is there any way to make the characters for a pack of gum? The heads and feet are OK. I think the bodies just need to be a little longer and maybe a little bit thinner. I think I'm goning to wrap the gum longways. It will look kind of like a Pez dispenser.
     

    tinkerbell/pixie

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    telynn, These are great. I am going to have to try them this weekend. What is even better is that Dh and I are Altoid lovers. I always buy the Disney tin for trips. Now I don't have to I can use these labels.Killed two birds with on stone. :lmao: Now for the request, do you have any with Tinkerbell or the Disney Princess for girls? No rush if you can do them. We are going for the summer.Thanks
     

    Telynn

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    :cheer2: Those are just like I wanted. I wouldn't worry about taking the time to resize them. They look great to me. One last question, is there any way to make the characters for a pack of gum? The heads and feet are OK. I think the bodies just need to be a little longer and maybe a little bit thinner. I think I'm goning to wrap the gum longways. It will look kind of like a Pez dispenser.
    I'll see what I can do about a gum pack...Shouldn't be too difficult.

    telynn, These are great. I am going to have to try them this weekend. What is even better is that Dh and I are Altoid lovers. I always buy the Disney tin for trips. Now I don't have to I can use these labels.Killed two birds with on stone. :lmao: Now for the request, do you have any with Tinkerbell or the Disney Princess for girls? No rush if you can do them. We are going for the summer.Thanks
    I hadn't planned on the princesses or Tinkerbell as being "human" they may not look as good. I am willing to give it a go, however.
     


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