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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Free Candy Corn Printable

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If there were an official sweet of fall, I'm pretty sure it would be candy corn. Love it or hate it, it's here and it's oh-so-very fallish (and so dang sweet). Today's free Candy Corn Printable is made up of an entire wreath-full of the stuff, surrounding the words, "always be sweet" (pun completely intended). Download this Candy Corn Printable (in the size of your choice) below.

Candy Corn Printable
A wreath full of watercolor candy corn? Sure, why not, right? This design kind of took on a life of its own as I sat at my computer turning candy corn pieces this way and that way. Originally, I had it raining candy corn all over the place. But, that proved a bit much and too busy for my personal preference. As I played with them a bit more, they started to form their own wreath of sorts. And then adding a play on words with the sweetness made the piece even better. You can grab this free candy corn printable below. It's available in my most popular size options. 


Free Candy Corn Printable

One of my other favorite things about this printable? It's not overly Halloween-y. I like Halloween, I really do (the cute part...not the scary part). But, I prefer to decorate for the entire season of fall at one go, instead of hauling out one style of decor for just a month or so. That either means I'm super lazy or super smart, right? I feel like this candy corn printable can easily be swapped out with something more Thanksgiving-y after October 31st, or even left out for the entire fall season. 

Free Candy Corn Printable
Originally, I tried out a black and white buffalo checked pattern for the background. But, it proved a bit much and well, kind of in your face. Next, I tried my orange and white polka dots, but it was a whole lot of orange everywhere. I also tried a plain white background, but felt like something was missing. Finally, I settled on the simple, neutral, buffalo checked background that always seems to treat me right. I think it was the perfect way to anchor this design to the page.

Mason Jar Candy Corn

More Candy Corn Printable Options

I actually have a few other candy corn printables here on I Should Be Mopping the Floor. As I got to looking for them, I realized that they had not been properly archived, so there's a good chance you may not have ever seen them. The above featured printable is a simple mason jar filled with candy corn print. Just like today's candy corn printable, it has a play on the word sweet. Some things never change, huh?

Candy Corn Treat Bags
Pictured above is one of my absolute favorite fall printables: my free candy corn gift tags. Aren't they fun for cute little seasonal gifts or treats? There are several design options on this one, too, including the Trick or Treat one pictured, a To and From version, and also a blank set of tags, too (that can be used for more than just gift tags). 

Printing and Framing Your Candy Corn Printable

  • You can download today's Always Be Sweet Candy Corn Wreath printable below. 
  • This candy corn printable is for personal use only. You may use it for your own home or office decor or to gift to others. You may not reproduce this design with the intention to resell it in any manner.
  • Today's printable is available in the following sizes and formats:
    • 8x10" JPEG or PDF
    • 5x7" JPEG or two-to-a-page PDF
    • 4x6" JPEG or two-to-a-page PDF
  • All of the PDF formats are designed for easy, at-home printing (the 8x10" can be printed onto letter-sized paper, then trimmed and framed). The JPEGs are just like photographs or images of that nature. You can upload to your local photo-printing place and order prints that way. If they ask about copyright information, feel free to show them this post on your phone. You have my permission to print this design for your personal use.
  • If printing at home, letter-sized white cardstock is definitely the way to go. Regular copier or printer paper is much too thin for printables of this nature. 


Download Your Free Candy Corn Printable

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Printing and Downloading Help

Have questions regarding the downloading or printing process? Be sure to watch my complete video tutorial below. It goes over how to download or print printables on either a Mac or a PC. You can use your home printer or even upload to a local print shop. If you have any other questions, please refer to my thorough, step-by-step guide post here on printing your printables. It includes budget-friendly, at-home printer recommendations, too.



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6 comments:

  1. Not my favorite candy, but it is so fun to look at each year. This is adorable! thank you.

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    1. I'm with you on that...it's so sweet that I can barely handle it! And thank you so much! xoxo

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  2. I actually love hearing your thought process as you design these. Thanks for letting us in on that...I could picture each thing and I think your end result is definitely the most perfect one! :)

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    1. Awww, thank you so much for that, Dawn. I really appreciate you sharing that with me...it meant so much! Hoping you have a great weekend! xoxo

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  3. I love candy corn and these printable are so perfect, The children will love to have cards with that on it. Here where we are the children are very very poor so when you give them something like a card or a book mark even tho they may not have a book they get so excited. Thank you for everything you give us, I pray you get 100 times more blessings back to you. Hugs, Cathy

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    1. Awww, Cathy! Your comment totally warmed my heart and made my eyes leak. Praying for those precious little ones. Thank you so much for your sweet words. xoxo

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