Around here it’s definitely been perfect weather for curling up on the couch in front of the fire doing some knitting.
Not that I have a fire. Or knit.
But if you’ve been whipping up a storm of crafty gifts, you’ll love these tags:
What crafty gifts have you been making lately?
I hope you had a lovely weekend, especially if it was a long one like here (hence the lack of post yesterday).
I certainly do have a little something for you today. To match the invitations I recently launched, I’ve designed a bunch of free matching goodies for your wedding, party or hen’s night.
Download the favour label
Download the cocktail game sheets
Download the cocktail rim sugar labels
Download the mailing labels
You can easily identify bottles at a glance without having to pull every single one out of the rack and recording the price means you won’t accidentally pull out that $80 bottle to have with your pizza. They’re also really handy for jotting down where the bottle came from if it was a gift. Sometimes we will share it with the giver, or else we’ll write them a note letting them know how much we enjoyed it.
You could print out a whole bunch and dispose of them once used, or do what we do and laminate them so they can be reused.
Hello! Yesterday I shared with you the thank you notes that we sent out to our wedding guests. Today I’m giving away the little thank you tags so you can add to your own packages. It doesn’t have to be a post-wedding thank you note, either, you could attach them to small gifts of appreciation for a housesitter, host, wedding guest or friend who’s done you a favour.
Download them, print onto coloured card, cut out with a tag-shaped punch, add a tiny punch hole and tie onto your note or gift.
I promised you two Christmas gift tag roundups but then I kept finding more fantastic printables that were toooo good not to share, so I hope you enjoy your bonus Fab & Free post today.