Hello and happy Friday from Steph at Make and Tell! I don’t know about you guys, but with the days flying by so quickly and Christmas getting ever closer, I find I need all the help I can get preparing for the festivities ahead. Despite my best intentions I always end up wrapping gifts frantically on the night of Christmas Eve, so you can see why there’s nothing I find more handy than having a good stash of printables bookmarked for the inevitable last-minute gift wrap rush. And there are so many lovely ones to choose from, once you start collecting your favourites you’ll realise you never need to buy gift tags again!
1. How pretty are these hand-lettered and ever-so-slightly cheeky printables by Molly from Almost Makes Perfect?
2. I love the sweetness of these hand drawn snowflakes and stars by Lexy of The Proper Blog
3. Ever tried using stickers instead of gift tags? These labels by Tan from Squirrelly Minds have the loveliest message and the prettiest snowflake design.
4. These earthy gift tags by Bre from Repurposed are beautiful and will go with just about any wrapping paper you have at hand!
5. I’m a big fan of these elegant gift tags Alice and Lois made for Julep – they’re ever so classy!
6. These gift tags by Audrey from This Little Street are hand lettered AND full of pretty patterns – what more could you ask for?
7. Anything featuring hand drawn wreaths is a winner in my book and these tags by Chelsea from Lovely Indeed are no exception.
8. Why stick to square when there’s so many festive shapes to choose from? I made these stocking gift tags last year and can’t wait to print out some more for this year’s gifts.
9. If you love traditional Christmas colours then you’re going to adore these sweet gift tags by Cyd from The Sweetest Occasion.
Hi, I’m Steph, I’m a DIY fiend and I write a blog called Make and Tell where I share my creations with fellow makers. Paper projects are my specialty but I enjoy all kinds of crafts and I love to experiment with different materials to find new, affordable and innovative ways to DIY. When I’m not busy crafting up a storm, you’ll most likely find me at one of the cafes or beaches in sunny Sydney, Australia.