Merriest Christmas Wishes my friends!
Oh my, it's so near.
I've had so much fun decorating and really celebrating the season.
I decided it was important to take a moment and stop to share a little gift with you.
I started this blog in December of 2006.
Can you believe it?
I'm sure those of you who still peek in know how thankful I am to know you're there.
That I'm not talking to myself 10 years later :-)
I could never repay you for being a part of A Fanciful Twist.
But, from time to time I can make you a little treat or two.
So, how bout some free printable fun holiday gift tags?
This is what they look like below.
4 on a page.
You can print as many as you'd like.
But you must click here and wait up to 120 seconds for the printable version to open.
Just a little something from me to you.
Remember you have to click on this link to get the printable file to open.
It will take a little while to open because it's a high resolution crisp file for printing.
I print mine on high quality card stock for best results.
However, I tested them on everyday printer paper too and they are still cute.
Just choose a higher quality printing level if you want them to look extra sweet.
I realize this looks like my Mister Matty but it is supposed to be a fox :-)
I like to cut mine with scalloped scissors and then just punch a hole in a corner and add a ribbon or string.
Or simply tape them directly to your gift.
You can write on the back side or front.
Easy as can be.
As for regular life tales...
I'm in the throws of holiday madness.
As I am certain many of us are.
There's so much I'd still like to do in the baking department.
And making department.
But, I may have plum run out of time.
I'm just finishing some big crafty gift projects.
I'll show you after Christmas in case there is a sneaky peeker on here ;-)
We're scheduled to have snow here on Christmas day.
Normally we get snow in February so this could be a big treat.
I have so many places to go and so many things to do in the next few days.
I hope you are safe and warm and happy.
May you have the most blessed and merriest Christmas season ever.
Lots of love,
ps: Click here to visit lots of other projects and ideas for Christmas.
Including other styles of printable gift tags.
pps: If you are going to have time to relax over the holidays and you love documentaries, I've seen a few over the last few months, I won't name them all but here's a few below. I like to put on Netflix or Amazon while I'm working or at night before bed. Some I've found interesting were...
Burt's Buzz (Burt's Bees).
A Year in Burgundy (watched this summer and loved).
My Friend Rockefeller.
Author: The JT Leroy Story (on Amazon, still watching it).
I love art documentaries the most but I've seen them all over the years, wish more would pop up.
Happy watching!! :-)