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Gold Foil Labels and Printable Resources

By Cards, Room Decor

Hey all,

There are days in my life where there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day. The days are filled with errand running and work while the evenings are full of fun-filled events and nights out of the house. Lately, it seems that many individuals/families in my life are in celebration mode. Many are celebrating engagements, weddings, baby showers, milestone birthdays and the list goes on and on. As a crafter, I would honestly have loved to create a handmade card or gift for each and every one of them, but time seems to slip away. So, as many of my friends may have experienced in my gift giving in the past year or so I “cheat” my way through semi-handmade items to include with my gifts. One major way I like to add a quick personal touch is to create fun gift-wrapping and labels.

I like to find some fun decorative papers – I’m a huge fan of Rifle Paper Co. and specialty papers, but I’ve got to admit that Tj Maxx and Marshalls are turning into close contenders as well. They always have high-quality papers with amazing designs! Go check them out if you are in need of some wrapping papers.

For labels, I like to print out some DIY patterns offered by other artists online. I have a few ‘go-to’ designers that I love.

Gooseberry Moon Print Design (Website) – This site is amazing for elegant botanical print designs. The designer has amazing skills! She is even so kind as to give fans a free printable via email and I am in love with it! I simply print it out on cardstock using a laser printer and then run it through my laminator to achieve gold foiled labels! So pretty and elegant and super easy to do! (Click here for a link to free printable)

Here’s another one from Gooseberry Moon (Click here for a link to free printable). Again I like to gold foil my tags so here’s what they look like foiled. If you don’t have a foiling machine, she has beautiful pictures of other color combinations you can use. Check it out!

Some other resources for free tag printables are:

The Wedding Chicks – love these fun colorful faux watercolor backgrounds. Tip: I love using solid craft wrapping paper and using these tags to add a nice pop of color. Try using any solid color paper with these colorful tags for a fun colorful look. (Click here for a link to free printable)

The Cottage Market – For all you monogram lovers this site is the place for you! Try adding a monogram letter to your gift to add a touch of personalization. This site has several resources with fun themes. (Click here for a link to free printables)

Free Pretty Things For You – the name says it all for this one. These printables aren’t necessarily tags, but rather journaling cards. I like adding these to the inside of gifts for a fun little touch for the recipient to open and read. (Click here for a link to free printables)

***Please note that all free printables are solely for personal use and not for resale.

Happy wrapping!

Fall Themed Stationary Sets

By Planner Stationary & Accessories


Hi all,

As I mentioned earlier, I’ve been working on some new items for the shop. These pieces of stationary I created are an update to an ‘older model’ I previously made. If you recall, those included a pen but didn’t have a closing flap to them. Also, the designs were more intricate and I wanted to go back to simple lines and less dimension in my patterns. I also thought a simple gold heart was a perfect embellishment to the patterns. On the basic black and white set, I added a large arrow embellishment for some contrast.

These pads measure just about 3.25″ x 3.25″.

Here’s a look at some the of the gorgeous fall patterns I selected for the stationary this season.







Mini Composition Books

By Planner Stationary & Accessories


Hi all,

I have been cranking away on a fun new item for the shop! These composition books are absolutely adorable and once I started creating a set, I immediately had the desire to create another..and then another…and so on.

I feel like I’m somewhat of an old soul when it comes to note-taking and memo-writing. I will more than likely grab a sheet of paper and a pen before I grab my cell phone to take notes. These books are ideal for such a purpose in my life.

They measure just about 3.25 inches by 4.5″ with a stitched binding and line-ruled paper.

You may remember that I created several of these in the past and they immediately sold out – I don’t know what took me so long to design new sets, but I am so glad that I did.

Here are the new sets that I have listed and am currently using in my own office space as well.