Today Kim Klassen shared a template to make gift tags with her Beyond Layers class. That reminded me that last year I made gift tags from some vintage Christmas postcards I have. Don't worry, I didn't cut up the postcards. Of course I scanned them first, resized and printed them. Then I used a tag-shaped paper punch to punch out the tags.
The little girl with Santa in the above photo is my mother. That photo is one of my prized possessions.
I really like the way the vintage Santa's look with plain kraft paper, a little color, but still simple.
If you'd like a set of Santa tags, just right click on the above photo and save it to your computer. Print the image out on a sheet of 8 x 11 card stock, and cut them out.
If you prefer more neutral colors, here is another page of black and white Santas and sheet music tags.
This weekend I'll share another freebie with you, the Santa print in the photo below.
That's a photo of one of the shelves of my booth space that I rent. I made up a few of the Santa prints, and sold all of them in the first week or two. I'm working on a tutorial to show you how to make your own print and I'll also have a download for those of you who don't have time for all that right now and just want to print it out.
Speaking of my booth space, I took a few photos of the shop where my booth space is. The shop has always been one of my favorites to visit, and I'm thrilled to have space there. I'm just worried I'll spend
all my profit too much when I'm in and out of there each week.
This is the outside of the shop. Look at all that fun vintage goodness right there on the sidewalk calling to you. There are two small antique-mall type stores next door also.
This is a sneak peak of the inside of the shop. It's a great mix of vintage furniture and smalls with new accessories and decorative items. And all dressed up for Christmas. Every time I go in, there is new merchandise, new vintage furniture and fabulous repurposed items.
This weekend I'll share some more photos of the shop, and some of my booth space.
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