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Joyful Jargon in Lightest Turquoise is filled with joyful holiday words such as peace, love, and jolly. We also have “The Rutleys” printed on the paper so people know who their gift is from. Nostalgic Potpourri in Chenille immediately drew me in. Pinecones, greenery and snowflakes with Merry Christmas written throughout….perfection.
And can we talk about the Golden Lattice in Pewter wrapping paper please? I wanted to get more use out of our newborn photos – who would have thought wrapping paper would be the answer! I just love how the pinks and greys compliment the softness of our newborn photos. Our parents will probably love the wrapping paper more than their gifts.
Now I normally b-line it for gold foil holiday cards, but this year I checked out the laser cut section and immediately fell in love with the ‘Below The Mistletoe’ cards. I just love the botanical cut out design above the picture. So festive and elegant. The design process was really handy too. I selected different fonts from the defaults which caused “The Rutleys” to run close to our names, making the text look crowded. I added a note asking if it could be moved up a smidge, and it was done the next day!
Of course I still had to get my gold in somewhere! These gold address labels are simple and beautiful. (PS, they look bizarre only because I blanked out my address.)
Instead of buying gifts just for the sake of it, these personalized stationery gift sets were a great way to think about my gifts and why I was giving them.
The days leading up to a wedding are stressful, but people often forget how much there is to do afterwards as well. For my bff getting married this weekend, I picked the Flower Festival Notebook for her to jot notes into, and for thank you notes, matching note cards with silver envelopes and matching light blue liners.
Everyone has a go getter friend, that person with endless to do lists. I love the C’est La Vie Notepad for that exact person. I added pretty images to help inspire my friend to check off her daily to do list.
Before she left, my sister mentioned how she wants to get back into the hobbies and passions that have been neglected for too long. I created the Squared Away Notebook with a few of the things she loves – photography, traveling, and her son – and chose the quote ‘do more of what makes you happy’ to help inspire her to get back to what she loves doing.
PS: I won’t be around on Friday so I’ll see you back here on Monday with a free printable!
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