Chalkboard Christmas Gift Tags & Labels

Worldlabel_Christmas_Tags_LabelsHappy Friday! Today is all about two of my favorite things. . . gift wrapping and chalkboards. I have designed for you a sheet of both tags to tie onto your gifts and another page of labels both with the Christmas design. You can easily personalize your tags and labels in Acrobat Reader by first installing these gorgeous free fonts I share with you in prior posts. The ones you will need for these tags are Alex Brush, Weston Light and Landliebe. Once personalized you can print onto a card stock or a full sheet label. These labels coordinate well with my printable gift wrap. You may notice some new wrap designs in these photos. I will be sharing those with you next week.  Thank you for hosting these printable labels and gift tags. Enjoy! ~ Lia

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Hi!! These are amazing! The only problem I’m finding is when I click to download the version I get in PDF already has names written on the tags :(

I don’t know now to delete the names
Help Please!!

Hi Stef, there are instructions in both my post and the post on World Label telling you exactly how to personalize your labels. You will have to make for sure you have it on your desktop not your browser window.

Can you tell me the brand and model # of the printer you use for printing card stock, please. My Epson doesn’t feed heavier paper and its past the return date, so can’t return it. So i don’t want to make another bad investment. Thanks kindly!

Hi Kim. I have a Xerox Phaser but it is an office size machine. I would recommend that you print them at an office supply store or at Kinkos.

There is a button at the end of the post and that will take you to World Label as he is hosting these. There is a similar looking button for you to download them all for free! Woo Hoo!

These labels are so great! I was wondering if you had a link to a tutorial on how to make that white paper snowflake. Its so unique, I hadn’t seen one like that before and would love to make one myself.

Can you tell me what font “JOY” and “NOEL” are written in? It’s driving me crazy! It’s similar to skitch, but not. Thanks!

TROUBLE OPENING! Love Love Love these!! Everytime I attempt to open the file it tells the the file is damaged and can’t be repaired =( So anything to help me get them I would greatly appreciate!

They are so beautiful Lia, thanks for sharing! Since I have not a good printer at home I have to send the file to a local printer office, like you suggested to Kaille. Now, the problem is that Acrobat Reader don’t let me save the edited file. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!

Unfortunately it doesn’t work, this is what I’ve already tried to do after reading what you suggested to Kaille. Adobe Reader says it’s not possible to save the edited file, the only way is to print it but I can’t do it at home :-(

I’m absolutely in love with these!!! They’re so cute, however when I printed them the names kinda came out blurry, is there a way I can fix that??

Love the printable gift wraps! Do you have the one with the trees and the coloured triangles?? Or were they store bought gift wrap paper?

These are so cute and I want to print them out BUT everytime I try to download I get a message that the file is corrupted!! Any help would be appreciated!!

I love your chalkboard printable gift tags. When I clicked on the download button it opened a PDF file. I am not sure how to edit these wonderful labels so that I can personalize the names? I am used to working in Photoshop or Illustrator and tried opening in both, but it was a flat PDF file with no layers. Thanks for the tips!! And, thanks for the freebies!

You can edit them when the PDF opens in Acrobat. Just click on the placeholder text. Make sure you download the free fonts lists. No, I don’t give away layered files anymore. I made that mistake once and found my illustrations being sold by another person as their own. :-( But you can place the PDF as a background in Illustrator and use your own text over the top if you want to. I am pretty sure the editable text does not show up when you do that, leaving blank areas.

Lia, its wonderful! I really like when I got a newsletter from you! Always full of interesting ideas! I love your blog and work! Thanks a lot of creative thing! :)

Lia, I just found your blog and can see that I will be spending a lot of time here – I LOVE your work! I am very new to paper crafting, so forgive me if I’m asking silly questions, but once you print out the labels, can they be cut using a Silhouette? I have to run out and get some card stock! Thanks for giving us the opportunity to make such pretty things!

Thanks for replying, Lia! I just got my Silhouette as well and am trying to figure things out. This whole printable thing is a mystery to me so I’m trying figure things out as I go along. Once you have them printed, do you simply cut them out with scissors? Yours look so precise – mine would probably look like the work of a toddler! Are most standard-issue printers (HP e.g.) able to handle printing card stock?
Thanks again for indulging me!

Yes, you can print card stock on an HP. Make sure it is ink jet paper for the best results and they even have brochure paper that takes heavy coverage really well. Or, just have them printed at your local FedEx Office on their laser. I cut with a ruler and craft knife for the straight edges and scissors for the curves. The design is pretty forgiving since it is a bit weathered with the chalkboard look.

SO gorgous–I think these are my favorite yet! I can’t wait to use the set you gave me last night. :)

Apparently I’m too lazy to do a search right now, but have you ever done a post about your favorite sources for gift wrapping goodies, like your favorite baker’s twine, ribbons, boxes, etc? (Here, let me fill up your to-do-list with more blog post ideas.) hee hee

Lisa :)

Once again you are so good to us by sharing your talents in such generous ways. Thank you so very much Lia, these tags are excellent and beautiful. I’ll be so proud to put these on any gifts I give this year. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.