More is more, right? Or as Mae West said “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful”! This is also a lia-ism that my staff teases me with. “More is more, right Lia”. Well today it just simply is! More gift tags. More gift labels. You can see yesterday’s elegant set here and the adorable kid’s set here. Thank you again World Label for hosting these pretty goodies. This set is design in a Pacific Northwest style. With a twist of kraft paper background and a color palette breaking tradition by adding in a deep red, navy blue and wintery teal into the mix, the rustic type and icons complete the look. These tags and labels are ready for you to personalize too. Simply install the free font Museo Slab 500 then download the PDF printable onto your computer. (Note that you can not change the text in your browser window). Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat or Reader and select the place holder text. You can then add your own. Print the tags onto a white card stock and the labels onto a full sheet label paper. The kraft print is part of the design so no need to print onto kraft paper. You can trim the tags and punch the round labels with a 1 inch and 2.5 inch punch. With a little baker’s twine, you are ready to decorate your packages!
To download the labels and tags, click to pop over to the worldlabel.com blog where he is hosting this freebie. For the printable gift wrap to match, go to the next post where it is available there. Enjoy! ~ Lia