FREE Printable Christmas Chocolate Wrappers

Scroll down and click on the link to download the free printable chocolate bar wrappers

I couldn't resist creating an update to what is now a Christmas candy bar wrappers *series*! Last year (2018), I created Santa's Extra Special Chocolate templates with a vintage Santa on them. (Click the link in the previous sentence to see it.) And since I recently already created free party invitations and Santa Bucks certificates with Santa illustrations by the watercolor artist Mashamatsu, I continued with those images for this design.

The 2018 design was actually the first full-sized wrapper I ever designed. Since then, I've also created designs for Father's DayMother's Day / thank youbirthdayvintage rosesmermaid and fairy for Valentine's Day, and some mini ones for Halloween. Like all of those except the Halloween versions, there are three different sizes. And because they're in Word documents, they're adaptable for other sizes too.

People seem to like them because they create fun, creative presents and stocking stuffers for basically the price of a candy bar, some paper, printer ink and a dot or two of glue. They make great simple gift ideas for coworkers or anyone on your gift list. And they also make unique Christmas party favors. See the Tips section below for some helpful hints with making these.

Download the Templates

The download link goes to a file in zip format. If you need zip software, 7Zip is free and open source.

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  • See the second bullet point under the Tips For Making These Easy DIY Father's Day Gifts section on my Father's Day wrappers page for some discussion regarding the printing of these labels. 
  • The third bullet on the section and page linked above has suggestions for the pros and cons of the various ways to glue the wrappers closed. 

Matching Free Printables

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You can see more of my free designs at All Free Holiday Crafts

Credits: Thanks to mashamatsu of Creative Fabrica for the images used in these chocolate bar wrappers. Creative Fabrica also has a great free art section. See the disclosure below about these links.

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  1. I want to do this for my family but don’t have a clue what kind of paper to use... or how to seal them!

    1. Hi, Kim. I'm glad you want to make these for your family!

      The Tips section above has a link to the information you're looking for but you can go to it directly here: (Look under the "Tips For Making These Easy DIY Father's Day Gifts" heading.)

      I didn't want to repeat the same information over and over because I've done so many candy wrappers, so I just linked to it on that page.

      BTW, you can also just print these on plain computer paper if you don't want to buy special paper.

      Happy holidays!

  2. Happy Holidays


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