Free Halloween Printable Candy Bar Wrappers make Halloween fun and easy! Everyone loves a king-size candy bar and even more if you’ve wrapped it up with a special Halloween printable. Head to The Printable Vault where all subscribers can download for free.
Halloween Printable Candy Bar Wrappers
You may remember these from last year, but that’s the beauty of printables, especially Halloween Printables! You can use them year after year! These Halloween Printable Candy Bar Wrappers will be perfect for those special kids on the block who get the BIG candy bars! Do you do that? Do you have special treats for kids that are special to you?
Marlynn from Urban Bliss Media designed these for TCB last year and always has the best ideas!
Or maybe you’ve got a Halloween party or event that you’re looking for easy and inexpensive prizes….. print out a few of these, wrap them around a candy bar and you’re done!
If your school still allows Halloween parties, then these would also be perfect for school events!
How to Print King-Size Halloween Candy Bar Wrappers
- Inkjet Printer – this one is a great price. I’ve had one very similar and it works great.
- Printer paper – I like a high-quality printer paper for projects like this.
- Double sided Tape.
- Candy Bar Image Download - Find it in the Printable Vault.
- Printer paper - I like using a high quality printer paper so it's not as see through.
- Double-sided tape
- Inkjet printer
- Paper trimmer - this is optional.
- Download your printable candy bar wrappers. (subscribing to TCL allows you access to all free printables. A password will be sent to you. You can subscribe here).
- Open the document on your device and print.
- Trim the wrappers and wrap them around the candy bar, using a piece of double-sided tape to attach the ends.
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I used an ordinary printer (HP Photo Smart) and printer paper, but you could use cardstock if you wanted. The plain printer paper works fine. My printer started to run out of ink mid-way through the 2nd set of striped wrappers, but I kind of like that it now looks a little “ombre” or distressed. It’s all good. Remember……it doesn’t have to be perfect to be pretty!
Here’s a pinnable image below so you can pin it to save for later.