Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make Our Baby Shower Gift Tags #3 and #8 Free E-Book and Free Gift Tag E-Printables


If you love our "It's Raining Baby Showers" Baby Store Gallery stickers and have downloaded our two free gift tags then you'll be happy to know that we have a free Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make Our Baby Shower Gift Tags #3 and #8 Tutorial showing you step by step how to create our tags.

Our tutorial utilizes our "It's Raining Baby Showers" Baby Store Gallery stickers at http://www.zazzle.com/rainingbabyshowers/sticker and our free Baby Shower Gift Tag #3  or our  Baby Shower Gift Tag #8.

Here's how I made my tags:

Supplies Needed:

Download either of the following free gift tags


Baby Shower Gift Tag #3

Baby Shower Gift Tag #8

Plus:

Purchase any of our “It's Raining Baby Showers" Baby Store Gallery stickers -
http://www.zazzle.com/rainingbabyshowers/sticker 

It’s Raining Babies! Sticker

Baby Nicky Sticker

It’s A Boy! It’s A Girl! Dolls Sticker

Baby Collection Sticker (Blue)

Hearts Sticker (Pink)

Baby Collections Sticker (Pink)

Baby Shower Sticker (Blue)

Additional Supplies Needed:

Cardstock or Heavier Cardstock Paper
Pink or Blue Heavy DMC Floss
Scissors
One Hole Punch
Color or Laser Printer

Instructions: - Updated January 2015


1) Order your Baby Shower Stickers from our It’s Raining Baby Showers Zazzle Gallery -
http://www.zazzle.com/rainingbabyshowers/sticker


2) Download and print either our Linda Walsh Originals free Baby Shower Gift Tag #3 - or our Linda Walsh Originals free Baby Shower Gift Tag #8 - on heavier paper using a color printer.

Please Note: The EPrintable Sheets print best on a color laser printer.

For our tutorial purposes we are using Gift Tag3.


3) Affix one of the small stickers (1.5”x1.5”) from our “It’s Raining Baby Showers” Baby Store Gallery at Zazzle.com that you bought to the gift tag or affix a 1.5” by 1.5” sticker of your own.


4) Trim the tags and then punch a hole in the circle with a one -hole punch.


5) Cut the pink or blue heavy DMC floss into individual 15” long pieces.


6) Tie the floss to the tag in a loose knot.  Do not knot it tightly as the tag will need to be tied to the individuals baby shower present.


7) Enclose the gift tags within the baby shower invitations for the attendees to use for their baby shower presents.

If you are looking for cute baby shower invitations and envelopes that can be personalized as to the particulars of your baby shower please visit the invitation pages of our It’s Raining Baby Showers Zazzle Gallery at  the following:




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