am all about spreading some early holiday cheer, so just in time to
get them in the mail, I have for you a free Christmas card
download. My design features the saying "Merry Christmas" in 20
different languages on the front in the shape of a whimsical tree.
The inside message reads "Merry Christmas to All" and the finished
card fits a
standard 4 3/8 x 5 3/4 invitation envelope.
Free Christmas Card Download
Free Christmas Card Download--inside text
Wow! A great big THANK YOU to the Blog Guide Book for this
2011 Calendar download and it's FREE.
A bit of printing, a few hole punches and some white satin
ribbon later, I am so ready to start the new year with style.
Another fabulous free download to share, this time from
Bake It Pretty! The ladies at Bake It Pretty are kind enough to
share two colorways of this festive holiday bunting, -
cinnamon & snowflakes and
pistachio & pink! Each PDF has the entire alphabet, numbers
and punctuation to allow you to create a custom holiday
message---how fun! Head over to
bake it pretty for the downloads and more information.
Saw these and had to share. Be sure to visit
Eat, Drink, Chic to download these free printable gift tags.
Dont you just love?
These are just fun! I was so excited when I stumbled upon these
wine labels from Better Homes and
Gardens---the best part is they are free! BHG has many designs
to choose from for your
Thanksgiving and Christmas
holiday wine giving. What a way to make a bottle of wine for a
hostess gift look anything but last minute. Thanks BHG!
Here is a fun little project I came up with today, candy corn
Party Hat Tutorial:
Party hats are really easy to make, especially after you've made
the first one.
Your will need:
Free Candy Corn Party Hat Template
a color printer
8.5x11" white cardstock
2 lengths of narrow white ribbon
double sided tape
a hole punch
First print the
template and cut it out along the yellow edge, so that you have
a semi circle. Then trim along the small black half circle on the
straight edge. Use a hole punch to punch out the two. small black
dots in the yellow stripe. Using the double sided tape, join the
straight edges to form a cone. Thread one length of white ribbon
through each hole. Tie a knot on the inside ends to secure the
ribbon to the hat.
I hope you enjoy this fun little project and I would like to say a
big thank you to Lizzie-Lou, my weimaraner and reluctant hat
Preserving food is always fun this time
of year, as the garden overflows with home grown goodness. Here are
some lovely labels to help keep your frozen or canned foods
organized and pretty:
1. Cute calendar labels for your freezer
2. Sweet, vintage-y caning lid labels
A Sonoma Garden
3. These Retro Spin Labels are one in a
treasure trove of downloadable goodness from Sweet
4. Naturally adorable Jam Label Tags are
part of a great tutorial from
1. Smitten Sticks in
the spotlight on
2. My Creation
Conversation Bubbles on a Stick
3. Kissy lips and fake mustache from The Wedding
4. Mustaches from hello
To make the conversation bubbles, you