I will now use them in place of gift tags because I can either pre-make them with a little cute “To:” or “From” by editing my PDF and inserting a text box OR I can simply write my little message on the labels.
Every printer is different so it may take a second to make sure these line up properly. I think I choose “Fit” and “Borderless.”
Another reason this is my printable today is because your child can write on these and it’s okay if he/she messes up a few times to get it right.
These could also be the perfect way to give classmates or neighbors gifts. Stick a little label that says “Stay warm, but stay cool” on the outside of a box of hot chocolate. Or, stick one that says “I just popped in to say Merry Christmas” on a package of Pop Corn.
You get the idea. Enjoy!
This printable is included in my membership but I sell it for just 50 cents HERE if you would rather.
But if you e-mail me with a specific request (aunts and uncles, cousins, special grandparents names like MeMe and Poppy etc.) I may be able to help out.
Casey had the idea to: take a crayola marker and paint your child’s thumb red and do thumbprints at the end of every line (tree branch)… make little “ornaments” out of the thumb prints. You could make them all red, or do different colors. Turn it into a thumbprint tree 🙂
My friend Allie had the idea to possibly have her kids paint this and modge podge it onto a small canvas.
I am thinking I might have my kiddos decorate it and place it on a frame with a clothespin glued onto the top so that the art could be interchangeable. I got the frame idea from Allie when I visited her playroom – I’ll post pictures when I make that happen!
Whatever you come up with, don’t forget to SHARE your work so that we can feature our favorites here (updating this post) and offer you our Christmas Printables or Playroom Labels for free!