Good Morning America!!!
Today, I woke up with the urge to design and blog. I know it has been a very long time since I have posted, and this is going to be short and sweet.
For all of you preparing to go to potluck parties, take some time to print a few labels, so everyone knows what they are digging into. You can also add ingredients to your labels, in case people have food allergies.
This JPG file allows you to add text before printing, or you can print them as is and hand write in your items. I recommend printing on 8.5 x 11 inch white cardstock paper, then cut and fold (tent-style).
Click HERE to download a copy of the Patriotic Food & Drink Labels!
Happy 4th of July everyone!!!
Happy Friday Everyone!
Today, I am sharing with you yet another chevron printable that you can use this holiday season or the next (Pin It)! Lately, my Etsy shop has been seeing a lot more traffic and one of the hot items in my shop is a Set of 12 Printable Dr. Seuss Tent Style Food & Drink Labels. This last week I tweaked the design and created a set of Holly Jolly Labels with diagonal stripes and polka dots (as shown below), which is available on Etsy.
The freebie chevron pattern is actually part of my 1st set of 6 Free Multi-colored Chevron Printable Papers, so if you would like to make any coordinating items click the link to find the file or contact me for the file. Anyways, I re-sized it and tiled it to create the background for these fold-over cards. These are great food & drink label cards, gift tags/cards, place setting labels, and whatever else you desire! You can use the JPEG file and add your own text before printing, or just print as is and then hand write names, etc. on them.
I recommend printing on 8.5 x 11 inch white cardstock paper. There are 4 tent style/fold-over labels per page.
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In case, I take another blogging break…I truly hope you all have a Very Merry Christmas
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After being sick this last week, I am finally able to get back on track with holiday projects. With just two weeks until Christmas, I am starting to re-assess what HAS to be done and what can be eliminated from my current To-Do list!
I had been looking for fun fonts to make a family Christmas card, but now I may end up sending New Year’s cards instead. Either way, I thought I would share three of my favorite festive fonts I ran across this year. As shown above, they are:
- Candy Cane
- Santa’s Sleigh
- St. Nicholas
The chevron above is from my 1st set of 6 Free Multi-Colored Chevron Printable Papers, and will be featured in a new Freebie Friday this week! Yes, I am really going to post twice in one week