So hopefully after reading my previous post about wrapping paper, you’re all ready to get those presents wrapped and put under the tree. All you need now are Christmas gift tags! Don’t worry, I’ve exclusively designed a range of printable tags ready for you – all you need to do is print them out and add them to your gifts.
There are four designs, one of which doesn’t have a background so you can print them onto any coloured paper/card you desire. Once printed and cut out, simply punch a hole in the top so you can thread your ribbon or twine through, and attach them to your presents.
For something a little different I’ve designed a diamond tag, in both traditional and non traditional colours, perfect for those friends who are not so festive! I like to cut these out leaving a white border around the design to give the design its full sparkle!
For full instructions on how to download your favourite design, please click below.
Christmas comes but once a year…. and there’s always lot’s of presents to wrap! To make your presents stand out from all the others you need to step away from the high street and buy from the brilliant artists and designers, who design quirky and unique wrapping paper, perfect for the festive season…
1. Merry and Bright Gift Wrap set from Bread and Jam 2. Christmas Robin Gift Wrap from Emily Hogarth 3. Central Park Dark Wrap from Lagom Design 4. Louise Fa La La Christmas Wrapping Paper from Paper and Cloth 5. Christmas Carnival Wrap from DotComGiftshop 6. Christmas Deer Gift Wrap from Charlotte Macey 7. Victorian Christmas Wrapping Paper from Flitty Bird 8. Hand Printed Stag Wrapping Paper from Betsy Badge
Happy Friday folks! I’m glad the weekend’s here, I’ve had the flu this week so I’m glad for the rest. Anyway I’m back blogging and I hope you’ve enjoyed the Christmas posts this week, did you download your festive iPhone wallpaper? I’ve got more treats in store next week so make sure you stop by!
Happy weekend x
Christmas is fast approaching and I’ve selected some wonderful handcrafted products from some talented British designers over on Folksy. These quirky Christmas products are perfect for the festive season, whether you’re wrapping, decorating or treating someone to a lovely gift, here’s just a few ideas to get you started…
1. The Angel Stag Print from Chris Hagan 2. Knit Your Own Snow Reindeer from Made By Ewe 3. Christmas Sack from Peastyle 4. Deck the Halls Gift Wrap from Artwork by Angie 5. Fabric Angel Garlands from Cecilymae Handmade 6. Let It Snow Banner from Doozie 7. Christmas Stars from Origami-est 8. Large Merry Christmas Decoration from Peris & Corr 9. Reindeer Brooch from Minifelts
It’s finally December and Christmas is just a few weeks away, so I thought I’d get into the festive spirit and design some Christmas iPhone wallpapers. Instead of the usual red, green and white we’re used to seeing, I’ve put together some alternative Christmas designs, for those that like something a little unique (myself included!) I hope you like them, and for full instructions on how to download your favourite design, please click below.
November was a very colourful month for photography. The changing of the seasons meant there were some wonderful wintery skies contrasting against the burnt okra hues of trees, shops preparing for Christmas with eye-catching displays, plus the odd quirky find that had to be shot and thrown in for good measure…