Free Template Labels


One can never have enough monograms

I always say ;)


I love to gift wrap!

One of my first jobs in high school was a gift wrapper at the Hallmark store.

I miss those fun days!



Now for the labels..

Monograms!


You can find the free Label Template here
 Compliments of Martha Stewart :)

Free child labor..
Compliments of Madison Grace :)


I used wired ribbon from Hobby Lobby.


Free Boxwood from the yard..priceless!


One year I wrote codes instead of names.
This way it prevented them from playing with their presents.
;)

Funny thing was, the codes were their birth order.

#1, #2, #3.

And to think they never figured it out  HA!


Have you started your holiday traditions yet?

To be honest, my house looks like a herd of reindeer live here.

Do reindeer live in herds?

Yep, that bad.

Just keeping it real~

xoxo Susie

19 comments:

  1. Yes, it's a herd of reindeer, and that's exactly what my house looks like now too. Thanks for the perfect description. I have used those MS monograms in the past. I like how you are using them for gift tags.

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  2. Great idea for gift tags! Happy Holidays! I hope you'll stop by The Corson Cottage and share these at our {Home for the Holidays} link party. Carrie

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  3. *love* monograms!
    My Mom always used different wrapping paper for each of us kids for the exact same reason... We didn't know which packages to shake!

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  4. My house looks like that too...but I don't have any kids to blame it on!!

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  5. Love this idea. Oh, how I miss working at Hallmark this time of year...

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  6. You can come wrap my presents...that is the job I hate the most. I always want them to look pretty and I am lucky or maybe it is the recipient who is lucky that they even get wrapped. LOL

    Yours always always look so beautiful and I am envious. Darn you Susie.

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  7. My house is in a shambles too! Pulled everything down from the attic but have yet to get everything out and up yet :)

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  8. I love that you used these for gift tags! I painstakingly cut out "Just Married" for our wedding reception, using these same letters from Martha. It took for-ev-er, since we made a border piece out of cardstock. Half way through, I went to Michael's and bought Martha's cicrle cutter. It saved me a TON of time.

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  9. Those are really cute...you can tell Maddie she can make mine this weekend if she gets bored.
    I did love that job, it was so fun and stress free. All those beautiful papers and ribbons.
    (the good old days)
    Love ya,
    Miss

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  10. I love your labels. I cut boxwood from our yard for fresh green bouquets. Wenare fortunate to have beautiful pine and fir and some spruce too on our property. Also have some boxwood and cedar . . . the fragrance is wonderful!

    I am using your Epson Salt idea for my luminaries. A friend suggested using Mason Jars which I am trying this year. Wide mouth jars, Epson salt in the bottom, about 2-3 inches, small votive candle. The salt really glistens and looks like snow. I have placed luminaries around the yard for several years. Previously used a large white plastic container. Fun to try something new . .

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  12. Yes.. herd it is. LOL I love the brown ribbon. So understated and better than the typical and expected red and green this time of the year.

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  13. I love your gift wrap idea, Susie! Choosing my Christmas wrap is always a big deal for me but I just can't find any I like this year... Even my old standby Target doesn't have anything I like. Last year I used polka dotted paper like yours except in gold from Hobby Lobby. Decisions, decisions.... LOL

    Have a great weekend!

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  14. I used those letters from MS for my now daughter in laws bridal shower this Summer. Thanks for the idea to use them as gift tags and I love that you added the boxwood super cute!

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  15. i've got to print some of those! i love boxwood from the yard. i wish i had more of it! susan

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