FREE Printable Valentine's Day Candy Wrappers

Scroll down and click the link below to download the free printable Valentine's Day chocolate wrapper templates

Here's some more vintage happiness, this time in the form of Valentine's Day candy bar wrappers. (I also created very similar chocolate wrapper designs for birthdays that you might find useful.)

The downloadable art for these chocolate wrappers come with two different messages: Be My Valentine and Happy Valentine's Day. One is slightly more personal than the other, so they give you a choice.

Download the art from the PINK LINK below:

Download the Candy Bar Wrappers

The wrapper art is contained within a Zip file. If you need software to unzip it, 7Zip is free and open source.

Here are the three sizes of chocolate bars that fit these free printable wrappers:


After you download the zip file with the three Word docs containing the candy bar wrappers and save the files to your hard drive, I recommend that you take a quick hop over to my Santa candy bar wrapper page for some suggestions on how to use any of my candy wrappers. Just look under the Tips for Making the Printable Candy Bar Wrappers heading.

You might also like this matching set of printables. Click here or on the image below to download them:

And click here or on the image below for a free printable party invitation made from the same vintage art:

You might also like my other Valentine's Day posts.

Please also see the Top 50 Crafts of 2018 on My printable Easter basket made the list!

Credits: The vintage rose image is from my personal collection. Here's a similar piece of free art if you'd like to download it. You can also download many other free antique images at my site.

Terms: These wrappers are for personal use only. You're not allowed to post the actual artwork to your site but you may post one of the photos below and link to this page. Please read my short and flexible terms of use if you would like to post a link to my art.

Please note: Amazon affiliate links are used in the sidebar, which means I will be paid a commission if anything is purchased through them. This doesn't increase what you pay if you buy anything though. 

The following images can be used if you want to link to this page from your blog or if you want to pin the page to Pinterest:

These free printable Valentine's Day candy bar wrappers are copyrighted by Carla Chadwick, and


  1. I love the Valentine wrappers and it let me download to a zip file but will not let me open as I do not have Window Office. Is there another way? thank you so much, Jeanne

  2. Hi Jeanne,

    I'm going to email you some PDFs in a little while. They should work for you. You can download Adobe Acrobat for free if you don't already have a PDf reader. You'll find it here:

    Hope that helps!


  3. Hi! I have a small Alice in Wonderland theme candy shop! I would love to print some of these up to put on candy bars I make and sell. Would I have your permission to do this and which ones are considered free?
    Thank you

    1. Hi. Thanks for your questions.

      These are ordinarily for personal use, meaning they're not to be sold. (See the terms on this page and linked from the top of the site.) But if you'd like to write to me with the quantity you think you'll produce, we could come to some kind of reasonable licensing fee arrangement. You can find my email address here:

      Sorry, I'm not quite sure what you mean by considered free. Other than a few specific paid kits or ebooks, all the art on this site is free to download. But all are subject to the terms I mentioned above.

      Thanks again.

  4. I thought I downloaded the Valentine Candy Bar Wrappers and the Santa's Chocolate wrappers, but they went to something called The Box, and I can't seem to figure out how to open the files. Nothing happens when I click on them. Maybe I just need to try again after I've had some sleep!

    1. Sorry for the confusion. There should be a Download button at the top right of the page when you go to Box. When clicked, it will download the zip file to wherever your computer usually puts downloads. (I get mine in my Downloads folder on my C drive.)

      You should also see it wherever your browser puts your downloads. I see mine at the bottom left of the screen in Chrome. From there, you'll see an up arrow next to the file name that gives the choice to access the zip file in the folder where it went on your computer or to open it.

      I hope that helps!


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