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As a little girl I loved putting out the nativity scene and positioning all the shepherds, wise men, animals, angels, etc. so they all had a good view of the manger. I was pretty bossy about it! Haha. My niece loves setting out the nativity too, but she doesn’t have one of her own, I think she would love colouring and setting this up. Also great for y’all who have littlies who love playing with the nativity scene but don’t want it broken!
These labels are so pretty and warm, perfect for all your food gift giving. You can edit them for whatever it is that you’re giving.And not just for food - but some great labels for wine - great for dressing up a bottle for a hostess gift!
Mr Printables is the kind of website I wish was around when I was a kid (also, the internet would have been great, but that’s another thing). I would have been all over this amazing paper, most probably wallpapering my wall with it, drawing butterflies on it, etc. Now I’m grown up, I still have lots of plans for this paper - wrapping presents with it, making swing tags from it, using it to line drawers. Download and be inspired!
'Mistletoes' Last Minute Gift Kit | The Crafting Chicks
I’m totally in love with this idea - so easy to put together and so cute! All the girls in my life love nail polish, but it’s not the easiest thing to give as a gift. Regardless of the price of the polish, it’s an awkardly sized gift to give (and wrap!). But adding this cute tag and some pretty ribbon and you’ve got yourself the perfect gift!
I love the free Christmas printables that come out every year - there are some really talented (and generous!) bloggers out there! I love these freebies from Creative Index - two sets with two lots of colours. I’m sure there will be more to come, so keep an eye out!
What a cool way to dress up your Christmas table! Simply download these cozies, print, cut and slip around your cups. Add some bright coloured baubles in a big vase and some ric-rac as serviette rings to complete the look!
There’s nothing better on Chrissy day than popping a bonbon! Even better is making your own and adding little bits and pieces for family and friends - like lip balms, nail polishes, chocolates, whistles…anything small you can fit in this mini version! Also a great way to gift presents too…
Lia always has such gorgeous, modern free downloads, and these chalkboard inspired wraps don’t fail to impress!
From a quick look around my house you can see how much I love owls, so I was excited to see this vintage owl print - all ready to print off and frame! Trying to think of a gift for someone this Christmas? Check out The Graphics Fairy for more free vintage prints!
Love vs Design has lots of free Christmas printables but these two are some of my favourites! And they go together so well. The card is customisable so you can add whatever you want in the byline, and the ‘Ugly Sweater’ tags are perfect to add a quirky touch to any present.
I always find great image & font sites from How About Orange, and was thrilled that she shared this one! The Dutch National Museum has digitized 125,000 works from it’s collection, and not only are they free for personal use, but you can put together collections of your favourites (i.e. ‘Baby Angel Statues’ or ‘Kick Ass Moustaches’) then download your favourites (for personal use only) You can have your own personal art collection in no time! Click through for the link and to read more!
A Beautiful Mess recently posted a great tutorial on how to set up a gallery wall, and one print that caught my eye (and everyone else apparently!) was this awesome ‘I Love Boring Things’ quote by Andy Warhol. ABM has kindly shared this print, so skip on over to download!
Love From Ginger is one of my favourite blogs (she has so many cool Hama Bead projects!) Today I happened across her set of free stock photos - they are amazing! There are so many things you could make with them - I’m thinking a note book for a Christmas gift, and I would even frame a couple of them. Click through for all of them!
Who wouldn’t RSVP ‘yes’ to this invite!? Not really terrifying, but pretty spooky and a great way to get people in the mood for your party.
First of all, I adore the styling of EDC - it’s always so fun and pretty (plus I really want those Eiffel Tower scissors!). Second of all, I’ve already printed out some of these kiss note cards to keep in my hand bag - perfect to write little notes on for those times when you don’t want to leave a post it!