Despite my strong urge to always buy the super adorable gift wrap around town, I don’t need to buy any new Christmas wrapping paper or bows this year. I am, however, almost all the way through my grammy’s old gift tags and am ready for something new. We just had some family pictures taken by my friend Tim, so I thought I needed to take advantage of these current pictures (considering my kiddos seem to change so quickly). I wanted to make custom photo gift tags but didn’t want to spend forever with my old scrapbook supplies, taping and gluing various Christmas doodad’s to rectangle construction paper. The idea of getting glue and glitter out with a 2-year-old running around makes me want to pee my pants a little bit (though my children are constantly peeing their pants, so I’d fit right in). Anywho, to avoid the spread of this fairy dust and Elmer’s glue throughout my house, I hollered at my friend’s at Wolfe’s.
This is the thing about Wolfe’s. By their photo & home decor area, there’s a big sign that says, “If you can imagine it, Wolfe’s can do it,” and they totally mean it. Wolfe’s graphic designers have helped me with projects in the past, but this time I wanted to play around on picmonkey.com. I used one of our family pictures plus some simple tools on picmonkey and, voila! Ready to print gift tags.
If designing your own gift tags sounds like a pain in your rump, have no fear! Conveniently, Wolfe’s has some really cute templates for gift tags here. Happy wrapping!