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Woodland Christmas Gift Tags & Labels

Woodland_Christmas_Labels_Tags Happy Saturday everyone! It has been a busy week as I am trying to complete everything before I head over to Amsterdam tomorrow. Don’t worry. . . I am a bloggeraholic so you will be hearing from me in the next seven days. Today I am sharing one of my favorites yet! Here is a set of woodland gift tags, featuring our little friends, to coordinate with the woodland gift wrap. Of course you will note that all of the wraps and tags I have posted so far this year do mix and match. These cuties are designed with the chalkboard background as well as a kraft background. Though I designed these with the kiddies in mind, I have a feeling they just might bring delight to any age. Thank you for hosting these gift tags and labels. By using the button at the end of the post you can pop on over there and download the two sheets of printables. Both have places where you can personalize by typing in the names of giver and receiver. This is easy to do and you will want to download the free font Weston Regular first to match my design. Then download the PDF onto your computer and open it in Acrobat Reader. You can then click on the place holder names and add your own. Note that you can’t edit the preview in your browser window. The tags can be printed onto a card stock and trimmed and the second sheet is perfect to print onto a full sheet label that you can trim to size. I hope these little guys warm your hearts as much as they do mine. Cheers! ~ Lia

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  1. Ooopps ! Sorry, I’ve just realized the labels CAN be edited once they’ve been downloaded, even if they’re in pdf… So it was a stupid question !

    Once again many congrats for all these great things you share with everyone. Please don’t stop ! 😉


  2. Hi Lia,
    I want to print these tags but I want to know how to open the holes? Which punch do you use? Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.

  3. I went to print these lovely labels but was taken to another site where they wanted me to order their label sheets and pay for them to be printed. I so wanted these labels and am willing to use my own ink to print them but not to pay someone else for the paper and ink. I’m so disappointed.

    • Hi Wendy. I think you may have misread the World Label blog. They sponsored this post and they are giving it away for free too. They are not insisting you buy their labels and they don’t print anyway. Go check it again.

  4. Love your tags unfortunately I am too cheap to print them and use so much ink, You do beautiful work. Happy Holidays!

  5. These are all so cute! I’ve been printing and cutting! Love them, and thank you so much!

  6. Thank you! And Merry Christmas!

  7. When I download these all the names are still appearing on them. :/

    • Yes they are. And you then open them in Acrobat Reader, click onto the name (each name) and replace them with your own. If you don’t want any names, just replace with a space.

  8. I want to thank you for making your amazing artwork available for public use. As a social justice artist working with urban youth, I love finding points of Light– women using their art to beautify the world in small and big ways. This is generous of you. My gratitude.

  9. Oh my gosh, Lia! Be still my HEART! I just discovered your site and will soon be your biggest fan. I chuckled to myself when I read that you got rid of your Christmas ornaments and decided you needed a change. My hubby would pout if I were to do that but I may talk him into putting up a second tree in another room and do all paper ornaments. You are SO creative and very, very inspirational. Thanks for sharing!

  10. These are so wonderful! Your talent and generosity are beyond words. Thank you for sharing!

  11. Hooray! Thanks Lia – these will be put to good use this holiday season :) Wishing you the best on your well deserved holiday as well!
    ~ Melissa

  12. Love your printable paper! Will you be posting the floral print with the dark background?

  13. Lia,
    These are so sweet and you are such a pro to be blogging about these right before you go overseas! Have a great trip (and I look forward to seeing some photos from Amsterdam)!

  14. Thank you so much! These are AMAZING!! :-)

  15. These are beautiful! I love them, and all of the other things you share with us.

    Have a great time in Amsterdam. We were there last month, and had a wonderful time! Enjoy every moment!!!!

  16. These are wonderful! Thank you so much, I made a couple of your Woodland Bears as Christmas presents, so now I can wrap and tag them to co-ordinate :) xx

  17. These are absolutely fab Lia! I love the little woodland creatures. Thanks so much. Margie. PS Have a great trip

  18. Have a WONDERFUL journey and stay !!! :-)

  19. Thanks again, Lia!!!

  20. Have a great vacation and Happy Thanksgiving a little early :) love all the paper and tags!!! :)

  21. oh i am in LOVE with these! you are truly gifted. thank you ever so much! :)

  22. They are beautiful Lia, thank for this nice gift!!
    I agree, the tags are for all ages.
    Have a nice trip we are going to miss you :)

  23. These tags are just beautiful! I think I will print extra to hang as garland. Thank you so much for your creativity and generosity!

  24. These are all so cute Lia! Can’t wait to use them on the grandchildren’s gifts!

  25. Even more cuteness! Thanks so much, your work is so awesome!

  26. Wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing your work!

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