Once a kindergarten teacher, now your go-to guide for all things DIY. My passion for teaching didn't stop when I left the classroom - I merely switched from ABCs to DIYs. I've learned a lot from transforming my own home from scratch, and now I'm here to pass on that knowledge to you.
My friends, Christmas Eve is tomorrow! I truly can’t believe it. And a little tid bit about me: I love Christmas Eve better than Christmas Day. It’s kind of like celebrating it’s finally Friday with the whole weekend ahead. With that said, I’m ready for the fun this holiday brings but I’m not ready for it to end. Who wants to say goodbye to all of the sparkly lights, festive music being played, and the fresh smell of Christmas trees?
My last present was finally wrapped and placed under the tree this morning. I find just as much joy wrapping presents as I do giving them to the recipient. There’s something about a beautifully wrapped present! Every holiday season I turn to my go to wrapping paper: shipping paper or better known as kraft paper. I switch it up a bit with what I add to the kraft paper, the ribbon that’s wrapped around it, and the gift tags that I use.
This year was all about adding black and white with touches on green and red to the craft paper. It made for a classic yet modern look. To add to the appeal, I designed several holiday gift labels that were just a modern and festive.
I wanted simple yet bold labels for a fun and festive friends that make them smile before even opening the gift. And why labels? You don’t even have to worry about attaching a gift tag to a piece of string or ribbon. You just stick the label to the wrapped gift. Hello time saver!
With my collaboration with OnlineLabels.com, you can download these gift label templates for free. Need to wrap a present and out of labels? Simply print my designs, cut them out, and attach them to your present with a piece of tape! Below are the tags you will find through my post for Onlinelabels.com by clicking the image below.
I would love to see how you decorated your gifts this year while wrapping them. I always geek over paper goods and items!
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