Halloween Hershey’s Kisses Stickers (free printable)
I love fun Fall craft ideas. Don’t you?
This Hershey’s Kisses printable makes the perfect addition to your Halloween treat bowl, they make precious goodie bag treats for a party and make the perfect teacher’s gift.
You Will Need:
- Hershey’s Kisses Stickers printable <——— click to print
- 1 bag of Hershey’s Kisses
- full sheet white label
- 1 inch circle cutter
- candy dish, if you want to display them
- small cello bag, if you want to give these as goodie bags
- clear container with a lid, if you want to give as a teachers gift
- ribbons, for decorating bag or container
OR run this printable through your Silhouette machine instead!!
Print out the printable on a full sheet white label.
Use the scissors to cut the label into strips. This will make circle cutting much easier.
Use the 1 inch circle cutter to cut out the Kisses labels.
Place the stickers on the bottom of the Hershey’s Kisses.
I love that these are so flexible.
You can fill a candy bowl and put it on your desk at work. You’ll be the afternoon hangout!
You can fill small cello bags with the candies and use festive colored ribbons to tie it shut.
These make perfect goodie bags for a school class party.
You can also take a clear container, like this mock painters can, or a mason jar, and fill it with Kisses.
I tossed in some Pumpkin Spice Kisses to add more color.
Tie some ribbons around the top and you have a lovely teacher’s gift.
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These are very cute!!!
I love these! I have been thinking about making a printable for some! These would be cute at Christmas too (in a Christmas theme of course)! Love all of your packaging ideas as well! Have a great week!
Thanks very much!
Thanks so much! Love fast, easy and cute ideas! 🙂
I love your Halloween printable! Thank you for sharing it with us at Cast Party Wednesday! ~Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain~
Great idea, and cute printable too. Thanks for sharing it. I’ve pinned it to my Hallowe’en board
And thanks for pinning it too. 🙂
So, I didn’t make the printable bseakt since it was a little too girly for my little guy to appreciate and we’ve been out of ink for awhile now.I did, however, use your idea to slice up tissue paper in lieu of that plastic garbage grass. I loved it, Jack loved it, we all did. Especially because the Easter Bunny brought Jax a pair of kiddie scissors so he would stop scaring me to death trying to cut stuff with my super sharp ones. [What a thoughtful Bunny :)] He spent a good amount of time cutting up the tissue paper with his new scissors 🙂
You are so clever! I am featuring these tomorrow! Thanks for linking up!
Wow, Kim. Thanks so much!
This is such an inspirational way to make those little treats even more special. Thank you for sharing and for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop.
Thanks sooooo much for the freebie, so cute….
Cute! Thanks for sharing at our To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party. I pinned this! Hope to see you again Wednesday!