Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Halloween Candy Wrapper Templates



I compiled these candy wrappers for everyone to print out and use to make tiny candy! So print, share, use and have fun :)

XOXO,
Toni


14 comments:

  1. Love your clay models because there so cute!

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  2. Toni,

    Hi, you appear to have taken a lot of my archival scans and reposted them as your templates. Please drop me a line at CollectingCandy.com. I don't recall granting usage for this but please get in touch, either way.

    Best regards,

    Jason
    CollectingCandy.com

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  3. Toni, Thank you so much for offering these wrappers and so many others! Kindness is a rarity these days, it's appreciated. ;-)

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  4. I love everything you do in polymer clay

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  5. how can I resize the candy wrapers and what paper do I use

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    1. I believe you can use any kind of paper. Printing paper is best though. Make sure it's white paper. You can resize the wrappers by right-clicking each image and clicking "Save Image As..." or something like that. Then upload it onto a Word Document or Google Doc and print it. Hope this helped!

      -xxxCATxxx

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    2. but know do you know the correct dimensions

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  6. hi, i just love your stuff. you are soo talented and kind for sharing. i dont understand how to print to get the right show. the image is large and since its not a pdf it doesnt print out the right size. help. thank you.

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  7. Good morning,
    I wondering how do you get free candy paper wrappers for my preschool classroom? I love them and this is what I being looking for an activity.

    Educationally yours,

    Diane

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  8. This workmanship had first been at first made by the eastern world. They would remove an extensive variety of vegetables like radish, tomatoes, pumpkin and have given the workmanship to kids so that the craftsmanship still lives.
    Pumpkin carving ideas designs in Chennai

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