Lia Griffith - handcraft your life on Facebook

Spring Gift Tags in Kraft Paper and Vintage Roses

Printable Sprint Gift Tags Spring is coming very soon which means it is time for some  new spring inspired gift tags. Right? I loved the mix of pastel pinks with the kraft paper gift tags I designed for Valentine’s day and decided to try a similar palette with these gorgeous vintage rose illustrations. Most of these are very feminine tags, but I did throw in a few designs that would appeal to a less rosy taste. Use the button at the end of the post to download this PDF printable. Just print these pretty tags onto white card stock and trim. Adding a small hole punch lets you easily tie them onto your spring gifts. I am seeing these for baby showers, bridal showers, Mother’s Day, birthdays and maybe even to welcome a new face to the office. So many options. Enjoy! ~ Lia

Vintage Rose Gift Tags Kraft Gift Tag Printables With Love Kraft Gift Tag Printable Sweet Rose Gift Tag Printable VintageRoseButton

  1. Thank you for these beautiful freebies!

  2. Beautiful! Thank you !

  3. I am in love with these darling tags, but I really must know: how did you create the floral designs? I have tried several attempts and none have turned out nearly quite as darling.

  4. Thank you. Lovely
    Mia Sweden

  5. Thank you very much, they are really pretty and elegant. Could you tell me the name of the font you used for the “with love” tag ? Tkanks in advance…

  6. These tags are beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

  7. Just beautiful, thank you so much for sharing

  8. Yay! Thanks, sorry for the trouble!

  9. Absolutely beautiful. Now I’m inspired to make my own handtags with dainty handlettering as well :)

  10. I am a big fan and user of Kraft paper, have big pads of the heavy stuff I use to make my dogs/cards and gift boxes. Love using it. These tags are great, think I could use them for guys/gals, fantastic and thanks so very much Lia.
    Been having great and inspired time going thru lots of your posts, love it all. I keep piling more and more projects on chair to make.
    Even if it does rain all weekend I’ll have plenty to keep me busy. It’s looking like it’s imminent at any minute so guess I’d better go out to close up a box I was looking thru while ago when sun was shining.
    I found some faded vintage tablecloths of which I have several. Been wanting to cover a club style chair and while going thru cloths I thought why couldn’t i cover the chair with the tablecloths? The colors are conducive to cottage/beachy look I think (and hope) so going to lay them over chair to see if it might just work. Really hope so. Why not? Let me know please what you think about this idea at:

  11. I love these, thank you so much for sharing!! I used this today for a bridal shower card, it looked gorge! I was wondering if you could tell me the name of the “happy birthday” font, I’m in love!

  12. These are adorable! Thank you! I just used them for a friend’s birthday present :)

  13. Oh, these are exactly in the colors I planned for my birthday party! So glad I found them – thx a bunch! :)

  14. Hi there, do you make any of these that can be edited? Looking for name place settings for my wedding and these are beautiful!

  15. These tags are sooo pretty – thank you so much for sharing!

  16. Oh my gosh! These tags are just gorgeous!!! Thank you.

  17. Amazing Lia, I’m floored, these are my favoriteeeeeeeee among all! <3 You're a wonderful designer! xx

  18. This is my first time on your site. Thank you for your beautiful tags.

  19. I love all your tags! I downloaded your beautiful Christmas tags too. THANK YOU for sharing them!

  20. These are sooo pretty, thanks for sharing x

  21. These are really really pretty!

  22. Love these! Is that silk ribbon? Can you tell me where I can find it? Thanks!

    • Thanks. Yes, silk ribbon. You can get it by the roll at May Arts Ribbon or by the yard from me. I haven’t put them in my etsy shop yet. . . but that is the plan.

  23. These tags printed beautifully & are just gorgeous. Thank you!

  24. Wonderful ideas for gift wrapping. Where can I find the doily “ribbon” on the wrapped box, top row, right side?

    • Thanks Vickie! I will share the the tutorial I did for the magazine after it is published. In the meantime, I made that ribbon by using an edge punch from Martha Stewart Crafts. If you have a cutting machine, you can do it that way as well.

  25. Thanks for these beautiful tags….GORGEOUS!

  26. gorgeous!

  27. So pretty. You’ve done it again! Thank you, Lia.

  28. Love these, especially the colors!!! Thanks so much!

  29. The tags are lovely , well done, and so generously to give them.
    thank you very much for the sharing;-D

  30. What beautiful tags, so delicious, thank you x

  31. These are beautiful and I will be mking very good use of them thank you for allthe lovely things you give to us

  32. Thank you for sharing your gifts… i will be using this for sure! With birthdays and Mother’s Day right around the corner! You are a blessing!

  33. Lia – I thought you should know that my smart and talented friend in NYC follows you through me on Facebook. She’s a huge fan (as am I).

  34. Wow! These are great…

  35. These are beautiful—so pretty and feminine, except for “Cheers to You” and “Hello Friend” that could certainly be used for those friends of the masculine sort (smile)… A perfect set of tags! Thanks, Lia!

  36. Thanks Lia – these are lovely. I really like the painty look of the roses.

  37. oh my goodness gracious gorgeousness! thank you!!! :)

  38. Love these…Thanks so much for sharing!!

  1. Pingback: 40 Happy Floral DIY Projects for This Spring - Bravely

  2. Pingback: Favorite Finds No. 32 - Shrimp Salad Circus

  3. Pingback: How to host a blog giveaway on your own

  4. Pingback: CraftCrave | DigiFree | CraftCrave

  5. Pingback: Quick Picks : 3.20.14 | Paper Crave

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>