Printable gift wrap
Here is some more printable valentines wrap. Click here for last years effort.
As I mentioned last year my husband is the non-romantic type so I’m always trying to come up with something that’s not too schmaltzy!
The design with the single heart is a nod to the Comme Des Garçons (Play) heart!
Without further ado here are the links:
For best results set your printing preferences to ‘photo’ and ‘grayscale’.
Take it easy
Have a fun weekend
Hello. Here is some printable confetti paper – for fellow confetti lovers! Suitable for gift-wrap, gift bows, envelopes, scrap-booking, paper decorations etc. If you do make anything with it I would love to see.
If you fancy making one of these cool gift-bows then go to howaboutorange for the template.
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Print onto good quality plain paper. Set your printing preferences to ‘photo’ or ‘best photo’.
Ihope you are not sick of gems(!)….I have been coming up with gem related diy’s for ages now and I’m still addicted. Here is the latest installment – graphic gem gift-tags and halftone wrap.
The files are at the bottom of the post if you want to print them off. The wonderful font is called Knewave and is available from the The League of Moveable Type (- well worth a visit if you are a fontaholic like me!).
Happy wrapping x
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Set your printing preferences to ‘photo’ and ‘grayscale’. Print the tags on white card and print the wrap onto paper.
Argggh! I nearly didn’t get there with this one! If you are a slacker (like me ^_^) and haven’t got a card sorted out for father’s day then here’s one you can print out. (I know this may not apply to all as the date on which father’s day falls is different depending on the country you live in.)
It’s minimal and manly!
Card, envelope and printable wrap at the bottom of the post.
(You can customise with highlighter pens if you want to add your own touch)
Happy father’s day to all the ace dads out there.
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I recommend printing the card on good quality paper/card. Print the envelopes and wrap on standard paper. Set your printing preferences to ‘photo’ or ‘best-photo’, ‘plain paper’ and ‘grayscale’.
BTW: I have added a ‘pin-it’ button to all my images so you can pin directly from the image if you want to. If it’s too distracting/annoying please leave a comment and let me know
This post is for the minimalists amongst you! (I’m not sure if it’s a step too far but I kinda like it….and it’s a nice way to wrap a chocolate bar for a grown up.)
It was inspired by this tattoo.
You can print it out on any colour paper you want…it actually looks really nice just on plain white (files are at the foot of the post).
Hope you all have a lovely Easter….
Since making this I also saw this free printable origami rabbit gift-tag on eatdrinkchic.com. Do visit…there are lots of nice things to see there.
Edited to add: If you want to fold some real rabbits then check out this origami rabbit tutorial I spotted today on howaboutorange!
Please print this out as ‘image’ or ‘text and image’. If you print it out as text it may not print the dotted lines. You can find the settings in your print dialog.
These wrappers may not fit your bar of chocolate exactly so you may have to cut to size.
Small rabbit wrap (e.g. Fits perfectly on Green & Blacks or Lindt chocolate bars)
Print on A5 paper (½ sheet of A4)
Large rabbit wrap
Print on A4 paper
Hello! Sorry it’s been quiet here lately. I’ve been working on my new book so have had my nose to the grindstone!
I plan to post quite a few valentines ideas over the next few weeks (including a ‘new & improved’ version of that card) so do check back soon. I always add new posts to my facebook page & pinterest page so you can follow me there if it’s easier.
Anyway, here is some valentines paper for you to print (my hubby is the non-romantic type so I’m always trying to come up with something that’s not too schmaltzy )!
The paper is for small packages only (unless you are a whizz with double sided tape and want to stick a few sheets together). By the way, the dotted lines will only print out correctly if you set your printing preferences to ‘image’ or ‘image & text’. You can usually find these settings in the print dialog….leave a comment if you have problems ^_^.
Without further ado here are the links:
Happy Monday all!
I love cross stitch but it’s so time consuming! Cross stitch on a computer is much quicker (Three cheers to Ctrl+c & Ctrl+v)!
Hope your Christmas plans are coming on a treat ^_^ (I’m starting to enter ‘panic mode’).
Cross Stitch Wrap Printables
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Click links below to open the pdf’s. The designs will print out nicely onto A4 paper and are only suitable for little gifts (but we all know the best things come in small packages).
Happy wrapping =)
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