Gift Wrap & Free Printable Gift Cards

Friday, December 7, 2012

Hi everybody!  Happy Friday to you!  So what's going on this weekend?  Have you finished your Christmas shopping?  I have been thinking about gift wrap and you know me - I like to keep it simple.


Kraft paper is one of my favorite papers to use.  I like colors too, but tend to stick with solids.  

I do like to jazz up the package with a pretty ribbon & gift tag though.  And, there are so many free downloads out there that you can customize your packages for the gift recipient.  I really love this monogram gift tag from Martha Stewart.

I have used these before from Jones Design Company and absolutely love them!  I think she has added more color options that you can explore here.

These are also darling - created in 2010, but still just as cute!

I really like the non-traditional Christmas colors on these and might just have to download and print a few.

Red & white chevron would look festive on just about any paper!  Now it is your turn - do you have any gift wrap tricks up your sleeve?

P.S.  Have you entered the giveaway?  All you have to do is share your favorite organizational tip to be entered to win a $100 gift card from Staples.  $100 could buy a lot of kraft paper ;).  To enter click here.


  1. I love the black/white and green labels! I finished all of my shopping (I think) now I guess its time to figure out the wrapping! Thanks for's motivating me to get started :)

  2. Love these fun styles. I too like to keep it simple and add a satin or velvet ribbon!


  3. Wow,I love your labels!
    Kiss from Italy.

  4. I am such a sucker for gift wrapping and tags. The Jones Design Co. ones are a big favorite of mine. . . cute on a wine bottle as well. Happy weekend!

  5. I love Kraft wrap too and this year I found black kraft...I'm keeping it simple, but it's starting with black paper. I'm thinking those red & white chevron would look great with black.

  6. I've used a Martha gift tag in the past and now I can't find which one I used. It was similar to the monogram one that you've shown here. Mmmm...


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