These Christmas gift labels are beautiful and free for you to print from your home computer – my gift to you this holiday season!
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Today I’m giving you a Christmas gift, free Christmas gift labels that you can print off from Avery stickers and stick on your packages.
I’m also showing a few more details of my Christmas tree that I didn’t get a chance to share with you last week in my Christmas Living Room and Mantel tour.
Here are a few close-ups of some of my tree ornaments. I picked up these angel wings a couple of weeks ago and love them.
They remind me of the angel wings I put on my wall last year for Christmas by the tree.
These Eiffel tower globes I’ve had for years now and have never been able to find more of them until I went shopping one day at my favourite store.
I picked up a few more but I think they sold out now.
I also found these chandelier ornaments there! How cute are they!
(Keep checking at The Cross Design to see if they get them back in stock but so far I haven’t seem them restocked.)
I used three French market baskets under my tree to hold gifts and ornaments (just because they look pretty).
I often wrap my gifts with kraft paper and this year I added a stamp in the corner of each one.
Some cedar clippings from my backyard and dried seeded eucalyptus make the package festive.
I created these labels from Avery label stickers and stuck them to a mini glassine envelope then stuck the envelope on with double-sided tape.
You could stick a little note inside the envelope for a secret message.
I have two types of labels for you to print:
1) Greenery and holly
2) White flowers
I think they look so pretty and these packages are really easy to make. The cedar smells so nice under my faux tree.
Here are the two printable labels for you:
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