{Free Printables!} Hand Drawn Woodland Gift Tags


free printable woodland gift tags and gift wrap ideas

Free downloadable and printable hand drawn woodland animal gift tags and cute ideas for wrapping with things you already have around the house!

Free Printable Gift Tags!

{Woodland Animal Gift Tags}

We love personalized and handmade gift wrap, using simple things you might already have around the house like leftover scraps of ribbon or twine, doilies, paper bags and natural elements like pine cones. We thought since we had such a cute little Woodland Tree this year, we would create some hand drawn woodland animal gift tags, in keeping with our theme! Yes, of course we should! And we did!

Precious, right?

We’ve had a lot of requests for a download of the hand drawn deer tag seen in our use-what-you-have gift wrap post last year.

Now we’ve got a whole woodland family to share with you, a gift to you, all hand drawn by my ever-talented and creative daughter Kylee! {These are free for personal use!}. Didn’t they turn out awesome?

Free Printable Woodland Gift Tags

Download these free hand-drawn woodland gift tags right here or by clicking the image above! Print them out on card stock and punch with a hole punch.

The tags will be downloaded to your computer to cut out and enjoy!

Kylee made some adorable printable holiday gift tags for us last year too (you can still download them!).

Happy gift wrapping!

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Silver & Gold Holiday Table

Our dining table has always been one of the more seasonally decorated places in our home. Yet, even though I love decorating our table for the holidays, I take a more subtle nod to the seasons approach. I’m not really one of those extreme “toss all the Halloween decor out on November 1 and bring on Christmas” types of people.  I like to savor all the days in the middle too.

I find it fun to add a few new seasonal items and take away a few things in my decor as the days and weeks go by.  That way I can continually nest and putter around my house, enjoying the seasons each and every day.

I was recently contacted by Wayfair with a challenge to decorate a holiday table using five items from a list of options they provided. Other bloggers may have chosen the same items, but we all were to create our own unique holiday table. I decided that sounded really fun, I”m always up for a decorating challenge! Plus, it motivated me to get my table decorated, so that was a bonus. Sometimes I need a little extra nudge to get my rear in gear!

The items I selected were the following:

I always enjoy finding a common theme that isn’t really related to a season, such as using silver and gold, and then adding in bits and pieces of seasonal touches. I used the items I selected for the challenge, as well as some of my own items to create my own unique table.  I like to have classic items on hand that can be used year after year to keep costs down, I find metallic items to be perfect for all the fall and winter holidays.

This table is a pretty but informal blend of the current seasons.

The eclectic mix of chairs with the decor items are perfect for my not-so-fancy style.

I included a little bit of the sea (because I love that year round), a little bit of of Fall and Thanksgiving and a little bit of holiday sparkle. The metallic silver bowl was way more beautiful than I had imagined when I ordered it. It is marked safe for food, which I was really excited about, but I decided for this challenge it would also be a festive container for my mercury glass ornaments.

I decided to hang the gold ornaments from fishing wire tied onto my lantern above the table. I think the mirrored ornaments create a fun little holiday twist dangling above the table.

I love that gorgeous vase and decided it would be a fun way to display the dried corn husks as a fresh seasonal twist on a traditional floral bouquet.

The seasonal specific items can be switched out after Thanksgiving, perhaps to add in a festive snowman or set of Christmas trees.

Have you thought about how you could decorate your table for the season?

Check out the other holiday tablescapes by the participants in this challenge at the Wayfair blog and Pinterest board.

Sources:

Gold ornaments
Gold chargers
Square plates
Amber Goblet Vase
Silver Deconstructed Bowl

Table linens, Target in store. 

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Fall Decorating 2012 Ideas

You really are my people, I’ve been loving all the Fall posts you are linking up to the parties! It isn’t too late to add your mantel or porch or to visit all the links to the Fall Nesting Mantel & Porch Party, so if you haven’t done that yet, DO! So many great ideas there! I’m just featuring a sampling here today, so keep on linking and visiting!

Since my house is still in project mode I’ve been visiting all of you and pretending my house looks as put together as yours! I’ll have new updates for you soon, lots to share and catch up on!

Oh, and for the love of all fall home improvement, don’t miss the three gigantic giveaways going on right now! I really want at least one of my readers to win a prize, that would totally make my day! You can find the Shut the Front Door giveaway here!

Happy Nesting!
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