I'm going to be sharing some of our Holiday Printables available at Kitschy Digitals over the next few days! Are you in the middle of wrapping all those many, many gifts? Looking for something much cuter and more original than what you find at your local store? Printables are a great way to introduce unique accents into your gift wrapping. Above are Christmas printables designed by the ever talented Mel Stringer. You can find the gift tags here and the greeting cards (in all four pixie elf designs!) here.
For the tags: just print the PDF, handcut, punch a hole in the top, thread string or twine through the hole, then attach to your packages. Super easy! My tip for handcutting the diecut shapes: instead of moving your scissors to cut around the shape, hold your scissors still and move your paper instead with your other hand. Try it! You'll thank me. ; )
Here are some designs by Alice Apple with her signature look that celebrates the mod designs of the 50s and 60s. LOVE. I particularly love how she captured the charming off-register look of vintage gift wrapping. Tags, labels and diecut printable available here.
Last for today are some very kawaii inspired designs from Chelsea Ann. If you have a very pastel Christmas going on in your house, decor-wise, you will love these colors! And I particularly love the bunny faces. They remind me of Miffy! These designs would also be cute for baby gifts. She also has coordinating patterned papers that you can print and wrap those small gifts you have. Included in the kit: patterned papers, diecuts and tags.
If you are familiar with Photoshop or any other photo-editing program, you will be able to work with these files (PNG and JPEG). Super easy! And the papers are set up for printing at 8.5"x11". Find this kit here.
Looking for some last-minute holiday gifts to make? We've got you covered with lots of stitchy patterns here. Here are some fun printable crafts the kids can make while they're on holiday break. And here are all of our Christmas Printables for you to browse through.
I'll be sharing more this week!
*Bow art at the top of this post by Moorea Seal. Free here.