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You know me, I’m a sucker for paper goods. But customizable paper goods during christmas time? You’ve won me over. I was so excited at the opportunity to select some items from the Tiny Prints Christmas line, which not only includes cards and invitations, but notepads gift tags and even stockings, trays and ornaments! Keep reading to see what I picked out, and check out all their holiday gear over here! (yes I rhymed).
I couldn’t resist this foil stamped card, and its matching address labels, envelope liners and festive red envelopes. But I didn’t have any nice and recent photos of the mister and I to use (sad I know) so instead I used an adorable photo of Lucy. Yes. We will be that couple sending out photos of our cat for Christmas. But surely it’ll make our friends and family smile. I mean seriously, is that not the cutest cat you’ve ever seen?
In case you’re wondering, the answer is yes. That is the cutest cat you have ever seen. Or is it no, that is the cutest cat I’ve ever seen? Oh semantics.
I can’t wait until our guests get these invitations in the mail! That’s the one thing I love about ordering invitations – you have to actually mail something rather than send out an invitation electronically. Receiving an invitation via post is becoming nostalgic which is a shame. Perhaps my new years resolution will be to send more snail mail.
Oh gift wrap. The most fun part! I’ve never done custom made gift wrap before so it was a lot of fun to pick the designs and what I wanted to say, and even more fun to wrap the gifts up. I love the black and white and red and white christmas tree paper. It’s great too because, since it’s personalized, you don’t need to add any gift tags and can just write directly onto the paper. Of course I had to mix things up though and wrap some gifts in kraft paper and slap this gift label on it.
I also used gift labels for another purpose though. At our upcoming christmas party I wanted to have labels for food and drink, just because ‘it’s all in the details’. So I ordered a couple different gift labels, and instead of our names, I wrote ‘grab a glass’ and ‘grab a snack’. I then put the sticker on a long piece of cardstock and folded it to make a little sign.
For a little bit of extra fun I created a couple notepads too, one for the naughty list and one for the nice list. Maybe I can create some sort of fun game to play with them at the party. Suggestions?
Yep, as you can see from the cards, tray and ornament, Lucy is the definite star this Christmas. I couldn’t help but feature her cute furry face on everything possible. I mean, look at her!
Okay…I realize I’m bordering on crazy cat lady right about now.
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