Wrap it up : Tags | Cards & Stickers

YIPPEEEE, it's a Thursday and our day at the Elephantshoe Studio to post up a new DIY project on the pretty blog. Today we are doing a follow on project from last months Birthday Calendar. Please take a peek.

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Okie Dokie, so you've mastered the art of remembering everyone you knows Birthday, {thanks to our Free Birthday Calendar from last month}. Now you find yourself hunting for a small card or tag to attach to the gift you plan to give. 

 To make the gift giving and blessing process hassle free, we have designed a range of tags, stickers and cards based on our calendar design. Simply print these out onto a thick paper stock or sticky label and voilรก you have a care free way of attaching a Birthday message on any gift, be it a bottle of wine, flowers or a jar of sweeties.

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We had great fun photographing the project for today, wrapping gifts surrounded by tags and twine. A huge thank you to the folks at Blackframe photography, their photography is just beautiful. To see more of their work and their alluring wedding pictures please take a peek at their blog.

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DIRECTIONS

TAGS

1. Please print page 2 of this document onto a very thick A4 card stock. (Ivory colour preferable). 

2. Trim the tags using the crop marks as a guide.

3. Punch a single hole at the top of each tag and use plenty of ribbon and twine to attach to your gift.

STICKERS

1. Please print page 3 of this document onto an A4 sticky label.

2. Trim the stickers using the dotted lines as a guide.

3. Peel of the backing and apply the sticker to your gift.

CARDS

1. Please print pages 4-8 of this document onto a very thick A4 card stock. (Ivory colour preferable). 

2. Trim the cards using the crop marks as a guide.

3. Fold the cards along the dotted line.

4. Pop into an envelope and attach to your gift.

Happy printing, tag attaching and gift giving.

love Sam 

from the "Elephant factory"

{DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE FILE HERE} 

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