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Free Printable Halloween Candy Stickers [Guest Post]

Happy almost Halloween everyone!

It's Amanda from Shindig Parties To Go, and I'm so excited to join you on Be Different, Act Normal today. Lorie's website was one of my first regular stops when I found the blogosphere early last year. 
She never ceases to amaze me with all of the fun ideas she finds!

With Halloween right around the corner, there are quite a few things we moms have to tackle..... decorating, costumes, class parties and more. If you're anything like me, you're always searching for creative but simple ideas to save time and money. Today, I'm sharing a FREEBIE printable that will do just that and help you create some sweet teacher gifts, party favors or even fun classroom party treats.

It's a free printable for Hershey's Kiss stickers with adorable little Halloween characters and bright, happy colors. All you need to do is buy a bag or two of Hershey's Kiss, grab your sticker paper and 3/4" circle punch and you're good to go. If you don't have sticker paper, you can buy it at your local office store but personally, I LOVE the high-quality glossy version from OnlineLabels

To make the stickers, just download the free printables and save the file to your computer. Then print them onto your sticker paper and cut the designs into strips so that you can punch each one with a 3/4" circle punch. Next, peel the paper off the back of your sticker and apply the sticker to your Hershey's kiss. That's all! And they'll fit on mini Reeses Cups, too - yum!

For a spooktacular display, I used small witches cauldron, some orange tulle and orange/black paper shreds for "fire," and those fun Halloween hands from the Dollar Tree. Add a little hot glue to the hands to adhere them to the sides of the cauldron so they won't fall when those kiddies are getting into all that candy.



I hope you all enjoy the FREEBIE! 
 Thanks, Lorie, for letting me be a part of Be Different, Act Normal today!


I am a DIY-er at heart who loves sewing, decorating, graphic design and party planning! 
My passion is creating affordable, personalized party ware so that
every mom can make her child's birthday special. 
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Karen said...

Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing the printable too:)

Angela B said...

So cute! Can't wait to try them.

Lorie said...

Thank you for guest posting Amanda!!

crazigirl80 said...

LOVE LOVE the bowl idea! Super cute for 3 dollars!

Jenette said...

I used these for my son's preschool class. They turned out great. Thanks!! :)