Type your own text into this printable Halloween Food Labels template with bats and spooky eyes. These folding labels will look great on the food table at your Halloween party this year.
You personalize with your own food items yourself at home. Just open the template in Adobe Reader and type over my sample wording.
Get creative with your own Halloween themed food & drink names!
You can also use as place cards by typing in names instead of food.
Edit & print these printable Halloween Food Labels as often as you like.
- PDF file with 4 x folding Labels per page. Each label is 3⅓ x 2½ inches once cut & folded.
HOW IT WORKS
1. INSTANT DOWNLOAD
Download your printable Halloween Food Labels template immediately after your payment has been processed.
2. PERSONALIZE AT HOME
Open it in Adobe Reader and simply type over my sample text. Templates ONLY work in the FREE Adobe Reader on your laptop or computer, not in any other program (or on your mobile device).
Print as many times as you like on your home color printer (or at your local copy shop) on US Letter or A4 sized bright white Cardstock.
4. CUT/TRIM AND FOLD
Trim out your Halloween Food Labels on the provided cut lines, fold on the dashed lines and place in front of your food items.
Adobe Reader (the latest version is called Adobe Acrobat Reader DC). The Halloween Food Labels template will only work in this FREE download from: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
YES – type directly over my sample wording using Adobe Reader
NO – templates are locked. Graphics, colors, sizes, fonts or backgrounds cannot be changed
YES – fonts are already embedded in the file
US Letter (8.5×11 inches) or A4 paper
110lb (300gsm) bright white Cardstock (or the thickest your printer can handle)
NO – templates will not work in an App. Edit using the full Adobe Reader program on your laptop or computer only
PRINT AT A COPY SHOP:
YES – email or save to a USB and take to your local copy shop
PRINT AT A PHOTO LAB:
NO – these are PDF files, not JPG or photo files
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