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.
If you are unable to edit the file or the text acts strangely, please update to the most recent version here:http://get.adobe.com/reader. Also, double check that you are not trying to edit the tags in your browser. You should be in Adobe.
It is time to start wrapping your gifts and we are here to help you make them just a little bit more personal. Here is a set of gorgeous Christmas gift tags and editable labels to top your gifts. Designed by Lia at liagriffith.com the tags can be easily printed onto a card stock, trimmed and tied onto your package to add a little cheer. The backs of the tags are a perfect place to add your to and from names. The sheet of gift labels are ready for you to personalize. Simply download the PDF onto your desktop and open in Adobe Acrobat or Reader. This will allow you to select the editable text and add your own names. For the matching font you can download the free version of Museo Slab 500. Once you have your names in place, print onto a full sheet label paper and trim. Enjoy!
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 🙂
This Christmas season you can invite these cute arctic friends to celebrate with you! This set of labels and gift tags from designed by liagriffith.com is ready for you to download and personalize. There is a full sheet of gift tags, matching gift labels and a full sheet of 1 inch labels to add that little special touch to your holiday gifts and envelopes. To personalize these tags and labels, you will need to download the PDF printables onto your computer. First install the free font, Learning Curve onto your computer, then open the PDF in your Adobe Acrobat or Reader. You can then select the editable names and add your own. Print the labels onto full sheet label paper and trim. Print the tags onto a card stock and trim shapes. To tie tags onto gifts, just punch a small hole and add a twine. What an adorable way to personalize your gifts!
Angie Sandy wants to live in a beautiful world where everything is full of color, delightful patterns and wonderful illustrations. As an illustrator and surface pattern designer, she’s been applauded for her hand drawn, whimsical style.
When she’s not creating pretty things for you to enjoy she can be found homeschooling her 3 girls, taking care of cows with her husband, and helping her girls with their 4H lamb projects.
The season for gifting is right around the corner and for those who love to give edible gifts, these labels are just for you. Lia Griffith of liagriffith.com designed this set of Christmas labels in the popular chalkboard style, mixed with beautiful typography and holidays greens. These labels are fully editable when you open the PDF in Acrobat. Just select the type and add in your own copy. Once personalized you can print them onto full sheet labels and trim with scissors. Lia shows in these photos how you might finish your look with a ribbon or trim bow, making them ready to share with your friends and loved ones.