Christmas Stuff

Gift Tags

These are more recent year’s tags but there are many older ones at the bottom of the page:

Cute watercolour tags, simple shape, easy to cut: (to be added when published)

Mid-century modern non traditional colours tags: (to be added when published)

Cute cartoony tags, easy to cut:

Elf toes tags – with tag shape and with a lot of white space for simple cutting:

Small circles for circle dies or punches

Christmas Cards (some including tags)
Older Gift Tags at the bottom of the page

Word Search toppers:


3×4 printables but they work for card toppers too:


A new set of trees: Card topper or ornament


My little trees, as seen on ScrapScene in their Card a Day series:

The post with the printables and another version of the card is here.

Slightly geeky Christmas card is here:

A card with my Rosette Printables, which you can find here (also the PDFs for printing the word files – and here a post about how they fit the Tim Holtz rosette dies! and here other card word files to download)

This quick ornament card, using some printables I made, makes the card the gift, albeit a small one.

A quick card with some tags here.

Newest printable in red and aqua/teal/turquoise.  Three large motifs and three tag-size (or small card topper size) on the sheet.  See the post here for the cutting guide and PDF, or just click the image above to download the PDF from this page.

Christmas card toppers.  A set of three large toppers, in different colourways. and three smaller blocks, that can be used for smaller cards or gift tags. You can read more in the post here, and see samples of the tags. And the PDF is corrected – Jingle, not Jungle!

A simple printable card, with UK-centric Christmas words around the colourful circles.  The Happy Christmas from the UK can easily be edited in Photoshop.  The font is Pupkat if you care to create your own title to match. The image links to the printable  .jpg so right click to save the linked image. You will be getting the PRINTABLE image not the image of the card!  Prints on a 5 x 7 inch card blank. See the close-up in the post here.and 8.5 x 11 paper.

Seems like I forgot to add these when I made them! Now they’ve been on WOYWW I’d better sort that sharpish!

New toppers in a traditional and modern colourway:

You can find the download of the circle printables in the post here. This post has a handful of samples using the printables.

A set of three large toppers and five smaller circles.  They can be punched or cut in a variety of ways, with a variety of tools, such as 2″ circle punches and Spellbinders Nestabilities circles, scalloped circles and pinked circles.  They can be layered, and you can see a couple of sample cards in this post and this post, which includes a nice glitter technique.

A set of two large toppers and five circles, all with a Christmas word tree.  Again, cut with punches or Nesties.  You can see more possibilities in the post here, including one of the Marianne Creatables wreath die.  You can also see them printed on plain and textured cardstock.  You can download a full sheet of small circles here, slightly darker colours, created for Julia’s Card Marathon and not previously available on my blog.

Grab the PDF here

Cute trees:

Quick tags


A set of multi-coloured gift tags.  They can be cut as rectangles or you can round the corners. There are nine differently coloured tags on the sheet.  They should print on A4

And finally, a book fold of Rudolph!

6 thoughts on “Christmas Stuff

  1. Wow, you are so talented in everything you create! Thank you for sharing all your goodies for us to use. I really appreciate you.

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  4. Hello! I’ve never left a blog comment before, but your Christmas circle sentiments have become the focal point of my cards this year. So thank you. Very, very much. And a very merry Christmas to you 🙂

  5. Thanks for the Freebies!

  6. All way’s find something fun & exciteing from you,love it hope keep up Thank’s again…

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