I just love this time of the year! I have so many beautiful memories from past Christmases, especially around gift-giving time!
This year I've again put together some NEWLY hand sketched Christmas printables that can be downloaded by clicking on the link at the end of this post. There are 6 new gift tag designs, and I’ve also created some larger cards that can be used as place cards or even Christmas cards.
I love to coordinate and colour theme my Christmas wrapping. This year I’ve purchased some beautiful fabric in blue and gold hues from a local fabric store, cut the fabric into long ribbons, tied them around natural paper packages, added a little olive branch and finished them off with one of my new printable tags.
For my Christmas table setting I have again used my favourite stoneware plates from Aura Home, serving dishes by Bridget Bodenham and Mud, candle holders (passed down from Mike's Nan), a natural linen table cloth from West Elm, some olive branches (from my friends front garden), and my new Christmas place cards. Simple and beautiful!
If you haven't already, make sure you check out my other Christmas posts, especially my Christmas Music Playlist, my delicious Quick & Healthy Christmas Pudding, and previous years Free Christmas Gift Tags.
Have the most wonderful Christmas and holidays with your family and friends, and be sure to join me over on Instagram to stay updated on all my festivities this week. Also, if you upload any photos of your creations make sure you tag me as I’d love to see them! @gatherandfeast #gatherandfeast
FREEBIES PACK (link at end of post)
- 6 designs across 4 x PDF printables
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- Printable download
- White card in stock of choice (preferably between 200 - 300gsm)
- Computer & printer
- PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Reader)
- Hole punch & twine
- Print out the gift tags / place cards on A4 or US letter paper= (I like to use a thicker matte paper stock between 200 - 300gsm, fed through the rear tray of my printer). Make sure in your printer setup that your print quality is set to 'high'.
- Using scissors, a blade or guillotine, cut around the dotted line on the outer edges. (I like to use a guillotine to ensure my lines are straight)
- Punch a hole in the top of the tag, add twine, write a special note on the back and attach it to your wrapped gift. ☺