Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Christmas Candy Gift Tags

Disclaimer:  I was given candy by Nestle and compensated to design and blog about ways to use their Christmas candies.  All opinions expressed are my own.

I have a history of being a lazy gift wrapper.  Some people are blessed with the are of amazing gift wrapping...and I have typically not been one of them.  I can do amazing for about two gifts and then I realize how many more there are to go and the wrapping gets boring.

Not so with these Simple Candy Gift Tags I designed for Nestle.  They're easy to throw together and they can be a great gift embellishment on their own...or you can bling it up a bit more with fun ribbons.

And my kids though they were a gift all their own and were excite to give them to their friends as is.  A great last minute gift idea for your kids friends.

Head over to Nestle's Simple Celebrate blog for all the instructions and the free printable To: From: tags

And a thank you to Coley of Digidoodle Doo for letting me use her border designs on the tags.  She has some amazing Christmas designs.

And be sure to enter Nestle's Pinterest Sweepstakes for a chance to win $100 Visa Gift Card.

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1 comment:

  1. Very cute and clever Candy Tags!
    I'd like to make some of these to add to my packages - the kiddies will love them.
    Thanks for sharing!


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