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Sunday, October 20, 2013

The Best of Halloween and Halloween Hello Candy Bar Wrapper Weekend Project

Just a little more Halloween before I move on to the remaining holidays.  I just couldn't help myself here.  I was at the grocery store and saw this cute candy bar that looked like money so I thought I would have a little fun on my computer today.  I have not played with my Print Artist (PA) program in a while so I thought it was time.  I suppose this could be done on any graphic program but I'm parcel to PA because I've been using it for over 20 years.  I think my first one was PA 2.5 and I believe they are at 24!  I've stuck with the changes.  I miss a few of the features of the earlier ones but I've managed to grow along with the program as it evolved.  Okay, enough about that.  Let's talk about this fun candy bar wrapper that you can download for free to make your own.  You have to stamp on them yourself of course!!  

The images I used here came from the "Best of Halloween" and "Halloween Hello"  I stamped the images using black StazOn.  I colored in the candies using the Pumpkin Pie marker and the moon and windows of the house were colored in using the Daffodil Delight marker.  And that was it.  SO simple and SO quick that you can make a bunch of them in no time.  They're great for classmates, coworkers and even those little trick or treater's that come to your door.

The wrapper prints out with cutting instructions to help you save as much of the remaining card stock as possible.  You can't get two off one sheet but you could try it using 12" card stock.  I am not sure on that but I do know the piece is cut at 6" on the one length.  You may want to experiment first before you use your 12" x 12" card stock.

You can find the free template here.

Have fun making these and thank you ever SO much for stopping by today,

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