Christmas is less then a week away and the festive mood is starting to really set in. I enjoy all the buzz with the city lights and pretty decorations in the shop windows, but one my favourite parts of the preparation is the time when I can sit down with a cup of hot glög, put on Christmas songs and start wrapping the gifts. It might sound crazy, but to me it is a way to relax and I love adding a little extra touch to the bundles to make them more personal.
So, this year I made some watercolour elements with brush calligraphy texts and I used them for prepping gift tags. I chose pastel colors (surprise-surprise 🙂 ), so that the tags go well with different wrapping paper options.
And here is the thing: the tags are freebies, so you can now download them and print them at home to decorate your Christmas presents. All you need is your computer, Adobe PDF Reader, a printer, card stock paper, scissors, puncher, thread and your creativity.
Below you´ll find the link to the file. Set your printer to “fine printing”-mode (if available) to achieve nice quality and you´re ready to go!
You can add a swallowtail-cut or 45 degree-angled edges to your tags to make them more fun.