How to Print Stickers for Hershey's Kisses


Hershey's kisses are a classic chocolate candy, wrapped in silver foil and just big enough for a nice taste of chocolate in your mouth. If you want to give packages of kisses for gifts or as favors at a party, put in a little extra effort and turn them into personalized candies. The bottom of each kiss measures about 5/8 of an inch across and is a perfect circle. This surface is perfect for applying round stickers that you print with you own lettering and picture or logo. Make pages of personalized round stickers and stick one on the bottom of each Hershey kiss.

Things You'll Need

  • Circle stickers
  • Printing software
  • Install the enclosed software that comes with your 0.625-inch round circle stickers. You can purchase these stickers and label software online on various sites or in office supply stores.

  • Open the sticker design program and make your Hershey's kiss design. Keep it relatively simple, as you have a limited amount of space in which to work. Try one main image in the center with three or four words circling around it.

  • Print a test page of stickers using plain printer paper. Check for spelling, clearness of design and how easy they are to read. If you are satisfied with the way they look, move on to printing the actual round stickers.

  • Insert the sheet of blank stickers into your printer after you are satisfied with the sticker design. Refer to your printer manual if you aren't sure which side of the sticker page faces up when you insert it.

  • Print as many pages of stickers as you need to complete your project. Peel each sticker off the page and apply it to the bottom of a Hershey's kiss.

Tips & Warnings

  • Check various companies before you purchase stickers. Some offer cheaper prices, while others have a large variety of colors from which to choose.

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