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Halloween Candy Bar Printables

Published 10/16/2019  •  Updated 10/23/2020
Candy bar labels for Halloween.

We've created a super easy Halloween label for you to add to your trick or treats. This simple project will add a special spooky touch to your Halloween festivities. This project is so quick that it will allow you the extra time for what's really important – your costume!

Whether you're throwing a Halloween party and want to pass out favors, sending treats to your child's classroom, participating in a "trunk or treat" festivity, or are passing out candy to all of the children in the neighborhood, these full-sized candy bars wrapped in a Halloween label are sure to make a fun splash to your holiday. Plus, it will make your home the most popular house on the block!

Supplies

Full-sized Hershey's bars and printable labels.

The labels I used for these full-sized candy bars were OL450 – 4.25" x 5.5".

Not passing out full-sized candy bars? No worries, we have plenty of other label sizes that perfectly fit other sized candies like Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's Minis, Life Savers, Tic Tacs, M&M's Minis Tube and mint tins. Shop all of our candy label sizes.

I used Halloween clipart found in Maestro Label Designer and also used the "Creepster" font for a ghoulish-vibe.

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Instructions

Wrap the labels around your candy bars.

Customize the candy bar label template as you see fit, load your label sheets into the printer, and hit print.

Give the ink a second to dry, then peel the labels up from the sheet and carefully wrap them around your candy bars. That's it!




Find more pre-designed Halloween labels that you can personalize and use to punch up your party. We have a plethora of templates for you to choose from to celebrate Halloween, like adult-beverage labels, bat decor, treat bag labels, and more.

All you need to do is click on your favorite customizable label, add your personalized wording, and print. Happy Halloween!


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