Christmas Tag Printable

Merry Christmas Remodelaholic-ers!  Is your shopping done? Are your presents wrapped?  Do you have gift tags on your presents so your kids know which ones to unwrap in the middle of the night? {I totally DID NOT do that…I wonder if my mom knows I did that? hi mom!}

It’s Madaline again from the blog  “designer. wife. regular person.”, and the designer/creator of Paper Clouds!  I hope you guys have been enjoying the goodies I’ve been offering!  I know I’ve been enjoying designing and creating them for each of you!
Last week my church Women’s Ministry hosted a “Christmas Pinterest Party” and let me just say, it was SO MUCH FUN!  I didn’t even get to walk around and check out everyone else’s tables but I had a blast just getting my table all put together!
Everyone loved my table but they were a tad confused just as to what my “Pinterest Project” was!  My response? Everything!  Everything on my table was Pinterest inspired!  First on the list?
1. Be Merry Bunting – This was so easy and I absolutely loved it!  Which is why I made it a free printable for you guys.  Just click the image and it will take you straight to the download page where you can print, save and download.  Its so easy to assemble too.  Just cut out each banner, punch holes and string with twine, jute or ribbon.  Love it.
2. Gift Tags – Making packages pretty has been the most fun.  Same story, different verse.  Click the image, Print, Cut and affix to packages!  Such a simple thing to make such a big statement.  If you look on my table you can see that I put mine on some little bags with {store bought} cookies! Easy Peasy!

3. Recipe Card – These are such a great thing to have around for when you’re cooking all those yummy goodies you’ll be baking up and sending to schools, parties and work.  I even just got asked to be apart of a recipe exchange and used a couple of these to send to the recipient. I hope she loves them.

*All Remodelaholic printables are for personal, non-commercial use only. Use it, gift it, but don’t alter it, sell it or otherwise distribute the print or the file. Thanks!
These are just a few printables that you are welcome to use.  Some other great ideas I had were using old book pages and cutting out triangles and running them through the sewing machine to make bunting.  Using a chalkboard platter to spread some holiday cheer, and I even framed an old book cover! {Madeline’s Christmas! Sentimental to me, and so colorful!}

I hope you guys have an amazing Christmas and I’ll see you after the first of the year!  Please check out my shopand look around! Thanks for having me!

Now let’s see what projects you have been up to!

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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