The Pretty Things | May 14, 2013

I'm at a loss for words today.

In my flu-ridden downtime, over the last couple of weeks, there was an abundance of words. And so I wrote- A lot. And now I'm fresh out.

I hope to share those words with you someday... but I'm not quite ready yet. Best to stick with the pretty things...

I designed these gift tags quite awhile ago. Not sure why I've taken so long to share them with you! If you like them, you can download them at the bottom of this post.

Oh, and the pretty raindrop giftwrap (shown above) is a free printable from Mini Eco.

Speaking of pretty things, I have an obsession with quirky and unique planters at the moment. Would love to cover the top of our bar with a huge cluster of them! I found the one shown above at Mr. Kitly. Such a lovely store. I never leave empty-handed.

Also, I recently chopped up an old Gorman brochure for the gorgeous patterns. What do you think- frame them? Make gift tags... or envelope liners?

I have to say, I am actually enjoying Autumn and the return of the cooler weather. It's nice to watch the daily, yellow foliage showers in our backyard. Although, perhaps not quite as nice to have to sweep them up...

Thanks to those who sent well wishes! I'm feeling a lot better now. No more 'fuzzyhead' and I'm feeling all inspired again! :)

Oh, and don't forget to download your free gift tags below!

If you have any issues downloading, try right clicking (Control and Click on the mac) on the download button and saving directly to your computer.

NOTE: Do not use Mac Preview to view or print this file as the colours may come out completely wrong. Save the file to your computer (Press Control and Click on the download button and "Save Linked File as") and open with Adobe Reader instead. If you do not have this program, you can download it for free from here


Print out onto good quality, thick white card stock. For those located in Melbourne, specialty paper suppliers include Papyrus Design, The Paper Empire and Papermarc.

Always make sure, in the printer 'setup' that you set your printer quality settings to "High".

I have used a Canon Pixma MG6150 Colour Inkjet Printer.

To cut out the artwork I use an x-acto knife with a ruler and cutting board.


 
 
Free Printable "Sweet New Year" 2013 Calendar   DIY Tags- Fun with Watercolours   Free Printable "Let's Do Coffee" cards
 

 

All photos and artwork are © Amy Moss for Eat Drink Chic. Artwork in the downloadable PDF is free strictly for personal use, not for commercial use. Sharing these photos on Pinterest is welcome as long as you credit and link back to eatdrinkchic.com. If you'd like to blog about this post, a) I will love you forever and b) feel free to use a couple of photos provided that you link back to the full post on this page. Please do not distribute my downloadable artwork from your site and, as a courtesy, please do not link directly to the PDF download on my site- Instead, please link back to this page. 

Thanks so much for reading this boring footer stuff! :)

{ all images by Amy Moss }

XO
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posted under: Do It Yourself, Free Stuff, Home Décor, Our Home, Stationery, storytelling, Sukie

Comments

  1. ugh hope you feel better soon! You're heading into Autumn and we're heading into Spring - this world is a funny place :)
  2. such a beautiful post, thanks for sharing! i'm definitely goint to do the gift tags, they're adorable! xx
  3. I love the gift tags, they are so cute! Thank you for sharing with us!

    As your weather is getting cooler, ours is getting warmer!! I hope you get better soon!
  4. Abbie | May 15, 2013
    ADORABLE!!! I think I will use those gift tags to make some book marks for my avid reading friends and sisters. Thank you!
  5. I love your gift tags ! Thanks !
  6. Chloe Gong | May 15, 2013
    I'm a big fan of your tags. It really stands out. That's totally my style. Just like the other folks, guess I should be making that as a bookmark, too. Have a good night's sleep!
  7. Chloe Gong | May 15, 2013
    P.S. Forgot to tell that envelope liner would be gorgeous for that pattern!
  8. Frame them! I really like the 3rd one.
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