FREEbie Friday!

FREEbie Friday Printables!

I love to create and take most opportunities to play around and design something special, especially for the holidays!  Today is FREEbie Friday!   These free, printable Christmas gift tags are easy to print, look great, and will give a homemade touch to your gifts without all the work and money.

Feel free to click here and download the .pdf!


These free, printable Christmas gift tags can be printed straight from your home computer, cut out, and then attached to your gifts.

These printable holiday tags should be printed on cardstock. Then use a hole punch and ribbon to create your tags.  All 9 of these will be printed on one page of cardstock.

Add them to your gift packaging, wine bottles or etc.



Freebie Friday!

It’s Friday!  Or, Fri-YAY which means it is time for a FREEBIE!  I have an awesome gift for you today!  For November, I thought it would be good to get a jump on your thank you cards for the upcoming holiday season.

Everyone needs to send thank yous when you get a gift.  I’ve just made it easier for you to add these little cuties to your handmade cards or gift tags.

When I don’t see a stamp in my collection that fits the bill, I set about to create one that I can easily punch out or use a framelit with.  While I have lots of thank you stamps, sometimes the font doesn’t work with the card or project I have in mind.  So I set about to create something that I know I love and hopefully, you like as well.

Simply download this 8 1/2″ x 11″ onto your favorite white cardstock.   Each Thank You sentiment can be used with your 2″ circle punch from Stampin’ Up!  

Ideas for use:

  • handmade cards
  • packaging
  • stationery
  • tags and bags
  • gift wrap
  • scrapbook pages
  • whatever else you can think of…

And a quick card idea using these sentiments.  I love the NEW! Starburst punch that pairs nicely with 2″ circle punch.  As for the embossed leaf background.  This nifty Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is brand new as well.  It is called Layered Leaves and you can see it here.

Let me know what you think of these sentiments.  I can’t wait to hear!