A merry (printed) Christmas

Blooming Holiday at The Long Thread

Blooming Holiday (pictured above) gift tags and wine bottle hangers/The Long Thread

Typographic gift tags/Eat Drink Chic

DIY Downloads for gifting (hang tags and recipe cards) and entertaining (place cards, menus)/West Elm

Whimsical creatures gift tags (several collections)/Camilla Engman

Free holiday printables roundup/Tatertots and Jello

Keep On series at Craftily Ever After

Keep on holiday prints (pictured above)/Craftily Ever After

Christmas candy pillow box/IS*LY 

Living Locurto has a roundup of 12 free printables

Topping that, Paper Crave offers free holiday gift tags plus a roundup with 22 free printables.

Holiday gift tags (the Santa belt is my favorite)/Whisker Graphics

Cute reindeer to make/Eat Drink Chic

No peeking ornament tags/Simply Modern Mom (from Paper Crave)

Holiday gift tags/Blush Printables

Two offerings from Weelife here and here (via How About Orange)

Wine bottle hangers and gift tags with a Victorian flair/Kind Over Matter

A nutcracker for Will/Design.Wash.Rinse.Repeat

Free cards and stuff/Love vs. Design (via Paper Crave)

Gift tags (Walgreens and Target have to pay but you get her work free)/Orange You Lucky

Classic woodland holiday tags in three color choices/Creature Comforts
That is just one example from the amazing selection of free holiday printables. Look around.**

If you got Martha's December issue, you saw the holiday tag goodness on pages 87-94. Most are available for download from the magazine's Web site.

This is just a small sampling of the free holiday printables out there. Please share in the comments what you have created or seen on the Web. I'll update this post as I see more.*

*Updated 12/15 and 12/23

** Ez at Creature Comforts now (12/23) has posted a holiday tag roundup featuring 15 folks, some I've featured but most are new. And she has some new tags from her. And these too-cool candy bar wrappers. And this big bow

1 comment:

  1. Dang, I wasn't going to update any more but Crafty Crow has a great roundup with some things I saw but had forgotten to mention.