Tuesday, November 11, 2014

The Best (FREE!) Holiday Printables Round Up

Every year I design my own gift tags and Christmas cards around now for the upcoming holiday season. This year, things are different because we aren't going to be home for Christmas and we also have a lot going on with the new house build. So, since physical and wrapped gifts will be few and far between, spending hours designing tags seems like a waste of time, especially when there are so many amazing options out there already. I love all of these below and I'm sure you will too. And you really can't beat the price ($0). And from one label/tag maker to another, a huge thank you to all who shared these. I know the hours that go into designing, so it's so appreciated to have them available gratis.

Perhaps my favourite of the bunch are the first in this round up. I love their simplicity yet the inclusion of typical christmas graphics like trees and reindeers. These are oh so similar to some I designed for myself last year (and similar to the cards I made), but I like these better, so I'll probably be using these this year! From the crafty Creative Index blog and can be found here.



 How cute are these? Definitely perfect for a Kate Spade lover (or anyone who loves classic black, white and gold!). Download here from Pretty Darn Cute.




Lovely pastel tags below from Best Day Ever. Download here.


Love these kraft and ice blue printables by Catch My Party. Banner and labels and more can be found right here.




These kraft and white tags are also super cute and simple. Find here from Muffin Grayson.



Love these hand drawn labels below. The come with a white background so print on any colour paper you like. Find them here from Hey Look. 


If you're going to be making some gifts this year, these are the tags for you! Hand lettered chalk art and FREE. So beautiful.  Find them here on World Label.



Lots of great kraft tags can be found over here at Shanty 2 Chic. 


What are you planning to do for gift tags this year? How often do you take advantage of free printables?

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