Gift Tag 911
One of the things I love about the internet is that everything is on there somewhere, and it’s all available at midnight on Christmas Eve. For example: gift tags. In this case, almost all of my shopping is done (Light still has not made her list), and it’s two-thirty in the morning, and I want everything wrapped but I’m realizing that I didn’t get gift tags. And wrapping presents without tags is a recipe for disaster. Although I hedge my bets by giving each person in the house her or his own wrapping paper, I use whatever’s left over from those gifts to wrap the stuff I send. And if I send the wrong gift, I will not be there to tell my mother that Hot Tub Time Machine was supposed to be for Lani. But because I once got lost on Martha Stewart’s website, I’m betting that she has downloadable gift tags. And boy howdy does she:
Generally, I’m not a fan of da cute, but these are cute cut with a little snark, so I’m all over them. The good news is, I also found some really beautiful tags by Whitney Beard on the Blah Blah Blahg:
If you want to pay Whitney back for the freebie, go to her Etsy store, Whisker Graphics. She has amazing paper graphics there, too.
If you want something less pictorial, I like these striped tags from Free Printables Online
I tried to find the page on Amy’s blog, angry chicken, so I could link to the page instead of directly to the pdf, but I couldn’t find it. So the link is to the PDF, but you really should check out the blog. Plus she has Bend the Rules tags for sale that say all the things you want to but can’t. Like “This seemed like a good idea at the time, but now I’m not so sure.”
And now back to wrapping. God, I love the internet.