Wrap Up Those Ghostly Gifts With Printable Halloween Gift Wrap
Changing seasons means new color palettes. Now that Halloween is around the corner, it’s time to start embracing rich harvest oranges and warm goldenrods. We’ve created a brand new set of wrapping paper specifically for your October gift giving. There are three different designs in our Halloween gift wrap set, and each pattern was designed by our illustrator Krista, so you know they must be adorable!
How To Print
Just like all of our gift wrap sets, simply print these onto 11 x 17 copy paper. Any other paper would be too thick to fold while you are wrapping. Look for inkjet copy paper to make the colors pop. You can also print onto 8.5 x 11 paper for smaller gifts to save ink. Print with your inkjet printer and you are ready to wrap. The pattern was so cute after it printed out of our Canon PIXMA iP8720 Crafting Printer that we decided to create gift bags using the same Halloween gift wrap. Halloween is all about treats, so of course we had to have a themed treat bag option! We included two treat bag sizes with our Halloween gift wrap downloads – an 11 x 17 version and an 8.5 x 11 version.
Getting The Most Out Of Your Printable Halloween Gift Wrap
Print the treat bags onto regular copy paper and fold according to the template. Cut the bags out along the solid lines, and then fold them together along the dashed lines. Fold the bags the same way that you would fold the bottom of a moving box. Once you are finished, you can top it off with some pretty ribbon, add an orange yarn pom or attach our papercut Halloween characters. You can find the ghost, bat and black cat is our set of Halloween candy huggers. I would love to see how you are styling your Halloween gift wrap or treat bags, so always feel free to share your photos with me and the team! Share any project photos using #DIYDreamingWithLia, and let Canon see your Halloween prints and crafts with #CraftyWithCanon. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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