i should be mopping the floor: Christmas in July Series: Printable Holiday Gift Tags

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Christmas in July Series: Printable Holiday Gift Tags

These free Faux-Burlap Printable Holiday Gift Tags make the presents under your tree
super festive with a touch of vintage charm.

Free Printable Faux-Burlap Holiday Gift Tags

When my sweet friend Claire invited me to be a part of this series, I was super excited about it. However, with the busy-ness of summer and vacation happening and yada, yada, yada...I got behind. So YESTERDAY {yes, yesterday...crazy, huh?}, I sat down and opened up my design program and sat there with creative block. Claire had suggested a printable of some kind...I had wanted to do a banner, but for the life of me everything I started to design looked like crud. So, I spent an hour and a half creating a holiday playlist on Spotify to get me in the mood. An hour and a half. But I finally came up with a design. {Amen and hallelujah}. Nothing like Elton John inviting me to Step into Christmas to get the juices flowing...along with a little holiday Scentsy warming in the background. I was just about to start baking when inspiration finally struck in the form of faux-burlap.


Free Printable Faux-Burlap Holiday Gift Tags
These are designed to print onto a letter-sized paper {cardstock is best}, 
to be trimmed for tagging.


Tomorrow's festive fun will be over at my friend, Sherry's blog:










Neglect your chores like me and don't miss a thing:



25 comments:

  1. I would start buying my extended family gifts to shock even myself by getting them in the mail right after Thanksgiving!!

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  2. I hate it when inspiration is no where to be found! But I love that you finally got some and came up with these wonderful tags! They are great!

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  3. Beautiful tags! Thanks for sharing them for us to use and for the opportunity to win a gift card {giddy!} Hope you are having a fantastic summer!

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  4. These tags are so cute! Thanks for sharing them as well as for the giveaway!

    Rebecca @ Living Better Together

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  5. Kristi these are BEYOND adorable! I am SO printing up a bunch on card stock to tie onto everything that doesn't move {although some days I would like to "re-gift our diva cat} ;) . So glad you are a part of this series and gad to know I am not the only one w/ "creative block" this week! Maybe I'll create a play list too!! haha
    Thanks again, friend. Pinning and tweeting and sharing all over God's green internet.
    xoxo

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  6. These are precious...I am doing a Christmas in July over at my blog next week- be sure to stop by. I would start shopping for all those last minute gifts that I always forget about so that I don't leave them until the last minute, teachers gifts, bus drivers etc.

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  7. cute gift tags :) thank you for sharing. :)

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    1. I would use it to start shopping early, instead of waiting until later. :)

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  8. Love the tags! Thanks for sharing :)

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  9. I would start buying stocking stuffers :)

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  10. I would like to get a jump start on gifts. Maybe do some home made this year.

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  11. I live in the UK. If I enter the giveaway and win, can you e-mail me the voucher code, or am I still prohibited from entering the giveaway?

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    1. I believe the parameters that the Rafflecopter outlines is that is for US/Canada residents. However, I *think* you could select the Amazon card if you did enter and win? Wouldn't that work from the UK? Sorry I don't have a better explanation. :/

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  12. US Amazon cards can be used from the UK. You can use them to buy things from amazon.com that aren't available on amazon.co.uk.

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  13. Just found your blog and luv hearing from you!

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  14. These are beautiful! I can't wait to use them this coming Christmas! Thanks Kristi :)

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  15. Thanks for the great gift cards...I would use them to put on the gifts I could buy with the $100 gift card...for once I might shop early!

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  16. I'm loving Christmas in July! Thank you for the great printable.

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  17. Kristi - I'm playing a little catch-up after vacation! These tags are just gorgeous and a perfect addition to the Christmas in July series. Love them! Thanks so much for sharing and pinning! :)

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  18. Thanks for the tags. I want to do a rustic Christmas theme this year - homemade ornaments, brown paper wrappings, etc. These will help a ton. What I would do with the gift card is to get books for the grand kids and my dad. We are a bunch of readers and always looking for books. We go to the library every couple of weeks and check out books as well.

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  19. I'd get for gifts the clothes that are for winter that sometimes you find on sale during the summer...

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  20. Thanks for the Giveaway and the printables turned out adorable!

    Marti
    http://sewlicioushomedecor.com

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  21. Thank you for sharing. They will be attached to the neck of wine bottles which we give to our clients for Christmas. I also made Reindeer Soup for each person who attends our Christmas party to take home. The tags have the instructions on them. So happy with this design.

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