Print ze op 200 gr wit papier, knip ze uit, een gaatje erin en een leuk touwtje of lintje en je hebt heel originele cadeau labels.
Because I only give presents on the 5th december with Sinterklaas, I also made free downloadable gift labels for that celebration. I love the song: See the moon is shining through the tree’s. And I love watching the moon at night through the tree branches.
Hope you like them and I wish you a great Sinterklaas this year! Veel plezier met Sinterklaas!
For the first time in my live I made Christmas gift tags. We don’t give presents at Christmas, we give them at Sinterklaas. (5th december)
In the last illustration lesson (illustration studio Claudi & Valesca) the assignment was to make Christmas gift tags en make a PDF so you can give them away. I love that idea! So I hope you give presents at Christmas and I hope I can make you happy with these free tags.
You can download them here. And print them on 200 gr/m2 white paper. You only need a scissors or a cutting machine to cut them. And off course a fancy string to finish it off nicely.
Thanks to Valesca van Waveren who designed the template of the tags. I changed them a bit but is was so great to know what to do!
For the creative and curious, this is what I did. I started with little pieces of leftovers (from the moth stamp) to make nine little christmas tree stamps. I glued the stamps on cupboard, made prints. They needed a bit of something and I draw trees over the stamps with a marker.
I made four ‘analoge’ tags too, you can see them on my instagram account together with other interesting stuff.
You know me, I couldn’t stop. So I made a pattern in three colors with Photoshop. You can order them as fabric or paper at Motiflow.
I learn so much at illustration studio Claudi & Valesca! I don’t have time to post…
A quick show of the last assignment. Forest was the main subject. I choose for Tom Thumb (=klein Duimpje). I made three illustrations (the assignment was one) to show the progress in the story. I hope you know the story…This is the end: He and his family lived happily ever after.