This post is brought to you from Shutterfly. It’s been so much fun being a Shutterfly Blog Ambassador this year. This month we were given the theme of Holiday Gifting Ideas. And I immediately thought of Shutterfly’s photo coasters. I used them in my neighbor’s Baby Nook.
I thought they would make fun packaging tags AND something that the recipient could use after – a custom coaster. For kids, maybe it’s a great place to put their glass of water at night.
I also created gift tags using Shutterfly’s ceramic ornaments — I love both styles!
So to help you make your own style of gift tags, I’ve included two full alphabets for either the coasters or the ornaments. Just download the letters you need and then upload them to Shutterfly when you create your own photo coasters or ornaments!
I’m calling them “Printables” since they’re really being “printed” at Shutterfly. However, you can download the coaster initials and just print on cardstock, like I did, to make festive white and gold banners/bunting!
These feature a modern font with a simple layout — created in gold and white (my favorite colors this year!)
Simply right click on the letter file you want to download and choose “save as.” Each file is a high-resolution JPG file suitable for printing as a Shutterfly coaster (or printing on cardstock for bunting).
These feature a more traditional font, with white letters on a gold background.
Simply right click on the letter file you want to download and choose “save as.” Each file is a high-resolution JPG file suitable for printing as a Shutterfly ceramic ornament.
All printable files are for personal use only.
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$100 Gift Certificate to Shutterfly!
Will you use it for some of these projects? Your Christmas or holiday cards? Gifts?
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Have a Creative Day!!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Shutterfly and as part of the Mom it Forward Blogger Network. I love Shutterfly and am excited to be a Shutterfly blog ambassador. See my disclosures.