Instead of my usual Friday Favorites today, I’m sharing some Halloween labels that I made this week. Yes, it’s not even October but the Halloween season is well underway at our house. If you ask Jenna what we’re doing this weekend, she’ll probably tell you ‘baking pumpkin cookies.’ And she’d probably be right.
See below for the links to download this series of 4 label designs.
These would work for cupcakes, fruit kabobs or mini cherry pies, which is what I plan to bake this year.
Download the PDF
Are you making cookies for Easter this year? We are! And we’ll be packaging them up for our friends like this:
Save/Print File 1 (JPG)
Save/Print File 2 (JPG)
- Click the link/s above to save and print the file/s.
- Once your labels are printed, you can cut them out by hand or use a 3 1/2 inch circle paper punch. Note: the circles are slightly larger than 3 1/2 inches in diameter. I find this makes it easier to not end up with white along the edges.
- Glue the labels to your packaging (you could use gift boxes, paper bags, etc.)
We make lots of collages at our house. It’s an easy way to create art based on the current interests of my children – and to make it even easier for you, I thought I’d share my files so that you can print, cut and let your kids create. My first batch: Build Your Own Robots. Enjoy.
Here is the Build Your Own Robots pdf.