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Candy Jar Treats

A selection of sunny sweets is even more tempting when displayed in glass containers.




Cheerful labels announce the jars' contents. Encourage guests to help themselves to candies in shades of orange and white -- swirly sticks, giant gumballs, squishy jelly pumpkins, yogurt-covered pretzels, and more.



  1. Step 1

    Print templates onto self-adhesive paper, enlarging as desired.

  2. Step 2

    Cut template out.

  3. Step 3

    Affix labels to a variety of glass containers.

Halloween 2007, Special Issue Holiday 2007



Reviews (16)

  • dinameri19 17 Oct, 2008

    MeggieJ,I also thank you. I had been looking all over the website for these labels. The search engine was only working for the "orange" labels. Thanks for your help!

  • OneSticks 2 Oct, 2008

    MeggieJ - Thanks so much I have been looking everywhere for the black candy jar lables - I have the magazine from 2006 so I knew they were out there just couldn't find them - Thanks - You Rock !!!!

  • MeggieJ 1 Oct, 2008

    Great, glad you were able to find what you were searching for!

  • debraphoto 27 Sep, 2008

    Yeah! Thank you MeggieJ. Yes, those were exactly the spider labels for which I was searching. Thank you again =).

  • MeggieJ 24 Sep, 2008

    There are spider web labels from 2006(?) Black Magic theme. Not sure if that is what you are looking for. If so scearch on black magic decorations then on page 7 there is the template for Creepy Candy Jar Labels.

  • debraphoto 24 Sep, 2008

    Where can I download the other 2007 special template with the 'bad things' candy jar label 'tricks' with the black spider web design?

  • bff201 23 Sep, 2008

    Very simple. If you have some old glass gars anything with a top or without a top. You can either have labels or go to miscrosoft and print them then ust tape it. Very simple.

  • delphi24 19 Sep, 2008

    I wanted to make these cute jars for my desk at work (without spending too much on fancy jars), so I used a washed-out pickle jar and tied a black and purple ribbon together around the top. They were a big hit, and so simple to make!

  • MeggieJ 28 Aug, 2008

    Sorry for the double post, didn't look like the first one went through...

  • MeggieJ 28 Aug, 2008

    You can find great jars at TJ Max Home Store (beautiful selection), Burlington Coat Factory, Marshalls, or Target. TJ Max had a few bags of the pumpkin candies. You can search online or look at the Marts (K and Wal), the dollars stores or the grocery stores for a wide variety of candies. Happy hunting!

  • MeggieJ 28 Aug, 2008

    You can find a variety of very nice jars in TJ Max Home store (the most beautiful selection), Burlington Coat Factory home section, Marshalls, or Target. TJ Max home had the smaill pumpkin candies but there were only a few bags. As for the other candies I have found very nice subistutes in the Marts( K and Wal) and even the dollar stores (yes, the candy is fresh!). I imagine the grocery store may even have a decent selection. Happy hunting!

  • gsdmama 28 Aug, 2008

    Did anyone find out where we can get the jars and candies.

  • gsdmama 20 Aug, 2008

    I love this idea to have out. But where do we get the jars and candies??

  • granni 11 Aug, 2008

    I love this idea for my kitchen counter, but where might we find these nice candies?????

  • NotQuiteJuneCleaver 7 Aug, 2008

    Now to find all that LOVELY holiday candy!

  • ViAnBa 6 Aug, 2008

    I love these, they're pretty and easy on the eye. A very attractive display for Halloween and the fall.