Father’s Day Candy Bar Poster Print

Candy Bar Posters have always been popular! I think I’ve made a few in my high school days.

Well, recently I saw this super cute Father’s Day Candy Poster. I LOVED that it was all about dad. My only thing about candy bar posters is I hate coming up with the phrases and I don’t enjoy writing it out and making sure everything lines up right and looks okay (I’m a little OCD – lol!) It was then that I decided to make a Father’s Day Candy Bar Poster Print. That’s right – a PRINTABLE!! I’ve done all the hard work for ya. Going off of the poster at Bits of Everything, I made the printable so that all you have to do is download, print and add the candy in the designated spots. Easy peasy and a little easier for the rest of the OCD people like me out there who like it looking perfect. :)

Father's Day Candy Bar Poster - Free print on { lilluna.com } #fathersday

I also thought it would be fun to make it into a frame and place a family or kid picture behind for the hubby to display in the office. :D

SUPPLIES:

- Candy Bar Printable

- 16×20 frame

- 16×20 print of family or kids

- Glue Spots

- Candy (all found at Wal-Mart)

  • Mentos Gum – UP 2 U
  • Orbit Gum
  • Fun-Size Milky Way
  • Fun-Size Mounds
  • Small Now & Later (may have to get at the local candy store)
  • Regular Size Rolo
  • Fun-Size York
  • Extra Gum
  • Fun-Size 100 Grand
  • Fun-Size Almond Joy

DIRECTIONS:

{CLICK ON ME, THEN RIGHT-CLICK AND THEN SAVE}

1. Save the picture above, by clicking, then right-clicking and then Saving. I sent mine to my local Sam’s Club (you could send it to Wal-Mart too) to have printed as a 16×20 print. It costs $5.96 at Sams.

2. Then I purchased all my candy. What’s great about this is a lot of the candy are fun-size which means you will buy it in a package (about a buck each) so there will be plenty of candy. Take this opportunity to call your girlfriends or sisters and make your candy posters together so you can split the cost.

{Use this pic as a guide to know where to put each candy.}

3. Once you have your print place the family/kid print behind, add the candy bar print to your frame.

4. Place candy on the frame with your glue spots. If you decide not to do a frame and want it more “poster-board style” I still recommend using the glue spots because hot glue can melt your candy.

Now you have a perfectly spaced candy bar poster! LOL :D

For more sweet treats for dad, be sure to check these out:

Super Dad Pop Bottle Set - free prints on { lilluna.com } Perfect for Father's Day #fathersday

Super Dad Pop Box Set

What A Catch Father's Day Gift Idea with free print on { lilluna.com }

What A Catch Father’s Day Gift

ENJOY!

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  1. 1

    you’re a stinkin’ genius!
    {autie} recently posted..(tutorial and pattern) Summer Knit CardiganMy Profile

  2. 3

    My Buddha that’s incredible!
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  3. 5

    Thank you so much for making my life easier :) Such a cute idea!

  4. 6

    I’m so glad you liked our candy bar poster. I love that you printed yours! I’ve never loved my handwriting, but I’ve never taken the time to print it!! Great idea! Thanks for linking to us.
    Holly @ BitsOfEverything.com

  5. 7

    love the photo behind the picture idea…

  6. 8

    This is a great idea to have it printed! I’ve made these before but have always typed out the phrases and mounted them to colored foam board. I followed your instructions but Sam’s photo site (doing it online) tells me it’s not a good resolution size and it crops off the “dear _____” section off. Any advice? Costco’s photo online center tells me the same.

  7. 9

    Nice idea. The finished design layout looks good and it was a great idea to print it first. This shows just how effective a little bit of creative graphic design can be. It certainly goes a long way towards making a gift unique.
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  8. 10

    Love it! You were featured in our Father’s Day Round-up today!

    http://www.thedatingdivas.com/you-me/show-him-the-love/60-fathers-day-ideas-free-printables/

    Thanks for sharing your darling printable!
    The Dating Divas recently posted..60 Fabulous Father’s Day Ideas & Free Printables!My Profile

  9. 11

    Remarkable! Its actually amazing paragraph, I have got much clear idea
    on the topic of from this post.
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  10. 12

    Nice post. I learn something new and challenging on sites I stumbleuypon everyday.
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  11. 13

    Love it great Idea thanks for helping me.


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