Give your gifts a special touch with these beautiful printable labels totally free. Download the file and print it well on cardboard or sticker paper, depending on the use you want to give it.
Now we go with three ways of packaging spending as little as possible. We have tried to use things that we have at home normally to achieve an eco-friendly packaging, you may be missing some of the ones we use, but you can surely replace them using your imagination.
The paper that we have used is recycled in every way because it came in the packaging of some Ikea furniture, we have kept the sheets and since they are very large it will give us to wrap enough gifts this year. You can also use the typical recycled Kraft paper or why not newspaper.
To make it more beautiful, with the rubber of a pen we have stamped points all over the surface, easy and very good, right?
Now we are going to make use of the labels we have designed to decorate your gifts. We have used jute rope, you can also use wool or any cord that you have at home, to surround the package and place a tag finishing off with a bow. Ready!
The second option has a little more work, but if you're like a crazy person to pack pretty, you're going to love it. We are going to use wool pom poms, and since we launched our Pom Pom bag, we have become pom pom fans! You can do them at home, we leave you this tutorial where they explain different ways of making pom poms.
With a piece of wool we surround the package, we pass the pompoms with a large needle, we knot from behind and that's it, who would not like to receive such a beautiful gift?
The third and last one is as simple as it is beautiful. Take a walk through your city and pick up some sprigs or dried leaves, ours are made of pine, but it's worth whatever you like and have on hand.
We take a couple of turns with the jute rope, we put the label in one of them, and finally we hold the twig.
Three very easy, beautiful and especially sustainable ways to pack this Christmas, do not forget to download your printable labels here and, if you use them, label us on your social networks, we will love to see them!