Thank you to GraphicStock.com for sponsoring today’s post.
I had a little fun in photoshop this week creating free printable chalkboard wrapping paper and gift tags for you using graphics that I found on GraphicStock.com! This was definitely a labor of love, and I hope you love them too!
I love Christmastime so much, and I usually start buying gifts months in advance. I like to buy things as I find them instead of trying to go shopping for everyone all at once. I feel like my gifts are more personal that way… but, the one problem I have is that I lose them sometimes, or I can’t remember where I hid them! For me, wrapping them as soon as possible is a must! That way I don’t have to hide them, and it doesn’t spoil the surprise if they are found!
I love the combination of chalkboard, kraft paper, mercury glass, and greenery, and all of these are easy to have on hand to wrap as you go. You can just take this file down to a copy store like Kinkos or Staples and make a bunch of copies of the 11×17 gift wrap and you will be set and ready to go! The tags are easier to print at home because they are 8.5 x 11″.
I printed my tags on cardstock, and my paper onto just plan lightweight paper. You can either write on the back of the tag, or use a white or silver pen to write on the front. Kraft paper is inexpensive and a great accent to have on hand as well!
You can grab my free printable chalkboard wrapping paper and tags here:
Please remember that they are free for personal use only.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them!
GraphicStock.com has a bunch of printable gift tags that you might love as well. They also offer a free 7 day trial, so you can download as many images as you want for free. Sidenote- their images are royalty free so you can use them forever for your other projects too. Here are some of my favorites, and you can head to HERE to print them out. There are so many more on GraphicStock.com so this is just a sampling. You can find some to match whatever theme you would like!
These tags can be found here:
The graphics I used to design the free printables can be found Here: