Need to make something pretty in a jiffy? Just download and print for the most original label and template designs this side of the Mississipi. P.S. They’re free! (But you must send me your firstborn child as a thank you gift. I kid...I kid.)
Picnic season is upon us! Here is a clever little packaging trick when you are hosting an event outdoors. Just glue a small clothespin to a wooden fork (or any utensil) and clip it to your picnic lunch. It is cute and functional. (How awesome would it be to pair these with a DIY S’Mores Kit on a camping trip?!)
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Here are some sweet little bunny ear bags. Our crafter this week, Irene, happens to have a thing for rabbits. So when we were talking about different ideas she came up with these clever little treat bags. You could use them for Easter Baskets or just to hand out treats. Either way they are adorable!
I love the idea of decorating simple and beautiful eggs through calligraphy. But let’s be honest, it’s difficult to write in a pretty font on a rounded surface. So, this year we had Julie Manwaring make us some templates to apply using tattoo paper. They were easy to make and even easier to clean up. Now, that’s a project I can get behind.
PS - Remember this fun confetti egg game ? I’m hoping we play again this year!
I like to have last minute gifts on hand this time of year. Here is a little trick I learned a few years ago that works perfect for that kind of thing. I just print a design directly onto a little paper food bag and you’ve got awesome packaging for a homemade gift. We made a free download below. Just print, and stuff with goodies for your neighbor. Easy as pie.
Materials Needed: White Bags 5.75″ x 7.5″, Printer, Free Download. (A tip: If you’ve never printed on bags before you’ll want to feed the bag with the closed end into the printer. Image orientation will depend on what kind of printer you use, we’ve included both in this pdf.)
Photos by Stacy Wichelhaus
Artwork by Jordan Ferney
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the US. We are going to be staying in the city and having our own little Thanksgiving at home. I love San Francisco during the holidays because the streets are empty! It is amazing. We put together these leftover labels to put on the containers to send home with your guests. (Beautiful calligraphy by Julie Manwaring.) Have a Happy Holiday!
Download the free “leftovers” labels right here and print on label paper or just use a glue stick to adhere.
Credits and our Talented Contributors:
Photography by Paul Ferney for Oh Happy Day
Art Directed by Jordan Ferney
Produced by Ashley Rose Kirschling
Crafting and Calligraphy by Julie Manwaring at Flourish & Whim