Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Candy-Bar-Wrapper Free Fall Printables

Grab this free fall printables for your sweet holiday treats! Six different designs for both full and bite-sized candy bars. The download link is at the bottom of the post!
Are you ready for fall? I can't tell you HOW ready I am! It’s was a really hot summer here in Atlanta, and I’to celebrate m ready. I decided that I’go-m, go ahead (without a cooler) and share these fun fall printables!
. . . perfect for handing out to friends, at parties, or in the classroom.
The size is to fit standard Hershey bars (about 5 3/8" long x 2 1/8" wide) and the smaller size of the miniatures (1 3/4" long x 1" wide). If your candy bars in the vicinity, they will still fit because they have slightly more for the packaging part.
you’ll just print out this Wrapper on standard 8.5″ x 11″ normal printer paper, cut and attach the candy bar with double-sided tape.
free fall Printables
The formulations of these printables, and the corresponding graphics are quite nice:

autumn greetings
Candy Corn All
Fall Happy, Y’All! (two designs)
Hello fall
leaves are Falling, the autumn is Coming

you will receive six designs and twelve pages in total in this printable pack. This free autumn printables are available for your personal use; not for re-sale or to give away yourself online.

tips for Beautiful Printables
I don’t know about you, but I like to look my printables great when I print them out – especially when I’m give as gifts. If you want to ensure that your prints look like, what you can, follow my four tips.
Invest in a decent printer. If you are planning to do a lot of printing, it’s worth it. I’ve had a hard time finding a good printer, but I love my HP 8610. I’ve had it for several years and am very happy with it.One thing is that it’s important to have a printer that can print borderless (also known as “full-bleed”), so that your printables can go all the way to the edge of the page, and won’t get cut off.
you Adjust the quality settings. If you’re printing a summer bucket list, you can only do it on a normal paper. But for everything living culture, or more permanent, on I suggest, the pressure “best” or “high quality.” you do not want to pixelated, it to print, the more dots per inch, so that the design is fresh and clear.
Use high-quality paper. I want to make sure that my “regularly” the paper at least 20 lb. bright and white, so the colors really show. For that, I would like to on thicker paper, I get cardstock at Michael's or a store similar craft. I buy it in the scrapbook paper section – the white comes in 8.5″ x 11″ paper.
Use a paper cutter. To cut if you’re a lot of printables, I have a paper cutter is highly recommended to always. The cutter to give clean, precise cuts. You won’t one of those “oops” moments, choppy where you half of your printable.
Click on the link below to download the package of printables – there are quite a few pages, so it may take a moment . . . please have patience.
Note that you have to have a Box.com account download your free autumn printables. Simply click on “Download” in the gray box in the upper right-hand corner (after you click on the clink below). Enjoy!
Download this candy bar wrapper printables here!

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