The Gifted Blog

October 12, 2012

Free Printable Pastel Gift Tags | Free Printable Friday



Have you ever been pleasantly surprised by an experiment? Claire from Fellow Fellow was playing around with a watercolor pattern and got to thinking the dappled design would make a pretty gift tag. She was right! Find the whole set of free printable gift tags she came up with at her blog.

What do you think, would they pair well with this floral gift topper idea?

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7 comments:

  1. Oooh, those are pretty. Love the colors. I'm inspired to pull out my watercolors now!

    Btw, I just noticed your new banner. Love it! Did you do the lettering for "gifted"? (And did I totally miss a post about it?)

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    1. Nice, huh? I really like the way she styled them in the photo, too.

      Thank you for your kind words about the banner! The credit for the design and lettering goes to Evie S. Things were getting kind of crazy later in pregnancy and I finally sat down one night and updated the header with the new banner a few months ago.

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  2. Just stumbled upon your blog and I'm glad I did. I'm pretty crazy about gifting to and to me a gift is not complete without the right wrapping. I love how creative you are with gift wrapping:-)

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    1. Sarita, welcome! So glad you found me. Thanks for the comment - it's always fun to find like-minded bloggers!

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  3. These are beautiful and I love to dabble in watercolors, so I will definitely try this.

    I've also made Christmas gift tags with cut-outs from previous years' Christmas cards. It's a great way to re-use the beautiful artwork on all of the greeting cards you receive and don't want to throw away.

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    1. Great! Would love to see a pic of your gift if you have the chance to snap one.

      Also, I love how you extend the life of Christmas cards. Some of them are so gorgeous you do feel bad just recycling them when the season is through!

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  4. Thanks for the response Charissa. I'll send you some pics soon.

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