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!
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  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.
    It’s always useful to read through articles from other autyors and
    practice a little something from other sites.
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  11. 13

    On the candy bar game you don’t have to have the candy then. Then you just make up your own prizes. Correct

  12. 14

    The most important thing that you have to establish with
    everyone involved in the shoot iis the concept.
    Knowing the bridal couple is occupied, and not just standing around waiting for me to figure out the problem
    with my camera seems a lot less stredssful on the wedding day.
    Your wedding will bee unique annd your wedding photographs should also be unique.
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  13. 15

    Love it great Idea thanks for helping me.


thnx
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