Playing Santa has never been more fun than with these rustic Santa’s Special Delivery Gift Tags. Designed by Gretchen of Threelittlemonkeys.com They are the perfect way to share some Christmas magic with your loved ones and reward those that made it on the “nice” list. Or the “naughty” list, if you like!You can never have too many options when it comes to wrapping gifts, right?
These gift tags feature a kraft paper background and are in white, red or classic Christmas red and green. So you can pick and choose what labels fit your mood, wrapping paper or the labels you have on hand!Ready to get started? Simply download to your computer (note that you cannot edit the text in your browser) and open the file PDF in Adobe Acrobat or Reader. The font is already embedded in there, so you don’t need to do anything else but type in your names and dates. Then print the tags on the white label paper specified or kraft label paper from Worldlabel. Wrap your gifts and attach your tags. Then add twine, ribbon or anything you like.
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These gift tags and gift labels are perfect for the rustic style with a kraft paper background and traditional colors mixed with blues and teals. Designed by the team at liagriffith.com, this set of trendy labels is influenced by the Pacific Northwest lifestyle. The set includes three pages, of of gift tags that can be printed onto a card stock paper and two pages of printable labels perfect for the full sheet labels paper. To customize the names on these tags and labels, download the free font Museo Slab 500. Then download the PDF printable onto your desktop and open in Adobe Acrobat or Reader. You can select the editable fields and type in your own names. Now you are ready to print! Finish by trimming or punching with a 1 inch or 2.5 inch punch and they are ready to add to your pretty packages.
These happy Christmas Peppermint Please printable labels and tags are designed by Erin Rippy of Inktreepress.com Use them for a holiday party and gift packages. Included is .75″ labels you can use for Hershey kisses. Home Made Labels and From the Kitchen of. Also included is a set of Perperment themed digital paper. All printables are free for personal use only. Enjoy printing them on your laser and inkjet printers. Happy Holidays Everyone
These really special Christmas and Holiday labels are designed by Catherine Auger of Pumpkinsandposies.com This collection includes an assorted set of round labels and oval labels. Each design is in a round label and an oval labels: Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Holly Jolly, Peace and Joy and more. Labels are formatted for Worldlabel WL-550 and our Round labels WL-5375, for optimum alignment, we recommend using our full sheet labels and cutting out the design. Happy Holidays…..
Halloween is almost here and to decorate your home for friends and foe, a set of spooky Apothecary labels is a must. You will be ready to mix your witchy wizard recipes with all of your ingredients labeled so elegantly. Designed by liagriffith.com, these playful labels are easy to download and print right onto a full sheet of label paper from WorldLabel.com. The set of 10 labels includes a striped neck band to add a little style to your spooky bottles. Once printed, simply trim each shape and apply them to your array of bottles and jars. Happy Haunting!
Bump in the night Halloween label printables by Erin Rippy of Inktreepress.com. Templates are for your personal use only and are free to download. Templates are in ready to print PDF file templates. Included is a set of digital papers. Trick or treat water bottle labels and lots more. EnJoY!
These labels are not only gorgeous for your own bathroom, but make great gifts when added to a simple Weck jar or lotion pump. This set was designed by Lia at liagriffith.com in her elegantly rustic style. With a French Laundry inspired design, these pretty linen printed labels are set up for you to add in your own text in the script or vintage type so you can customize your bottles exactly as you like. You can start by downloading the free fonts, Porter Sans and Learning Curve. Once installed, download the label PDF. Open the file in Adobe Acrobat and click onto the editable text. You can then add your own in both the script and bold block font. Print these labels onto a full sheet label paper or a full sheet waterproof label and trim with a craft knife or pinking sheer scissors to add to the elegantly rustic look. Ahhh, your bathroom is now a spa.
This is a sample book of vintage druggist cut and gummed labels made available by digitizing the collection by the Sloan Foundation and Lyrasis. The original author of the book and labels is Harris and Company Use these amazing vintage labels for all kinds of labeling projects, and even for your poison Halloween bottles. The complete book is available for download here The book is owned by the Winterhur Museum Library in Deleware. Images are out of copyright. ENJOY!
It is back-to-school time and what a perfect way to personalize all of your kid’s school supplies with these Scandinavian style labels. The label designs from Lia Griffith from liagriffith.com, feature a fox, bunny, hedgehog and little bird who are all ready and excited for the first day of school. Choose from a pink pastel look or a bright vibrant color palette. To match the font style you see in the photos, you can download the free font Quicksand right here. Once the font is installed, open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat and select the sample text. Add your child’s name and initials to all of the pages of label designs. (Note that you can not customize the PDF in your browser window). When your labels are ready, just print them onto a full sheet white label paper and trim with scissors or a craft knife. Now they are ready for you to have a little fun mixing and matching them on your school supplies!