Templates!

I was browsing the internet looking for my next crafting inspiration – I have a couple of Savannah’s friends birthdays coming up and I haven’t quite nailed down what I want to make for them yet.  So I thought I would check out what Martha has going on (I haven’t caught her show much lately).  By now you know I really admire her, yes she may be a bit stuffy for some, but I don’t mind, to each his own.  Well, while on the Martha Stewart site I came across some wonderful clip-art and templates that she has available for free!!  Yes, that’s right free!  All you have to do is download them.

Martha had some awesome organization templates and great nursery clip-art as well.  I have included the links to some of the templates that I think might really help you get through the holidays.  

1) Recipe Cards: Great to have on hand when your guests ask you for the recipe for that AMAZINGLY delicious dish you served.  If you are going to a pot-luck and know that you are bringing a dish where the recipe is highly requested – go ahead and have some recipe cards with you on-hand.

2) Jam Labels:  Tis the season for giving gifts.  Maybe you are going to try to do a handmade holiday this year (I know I’m going to make that my goal this year)!  Why not whip up some large batches of jam with custom labels for all of your friends?  Handmade gifts are a great way to show your friends how much you love and care for them.  

3) Luggage Tags:  I’m sure many of you will be traveling this year.  I thought these luggage tags were super cute and stylish.  Print them up and place them in a clear luggage tag holder.  It’s also a great way to tell your black suitcase apart from all the rest.

4) Book Labels:  This holiday season you may get requests from family and friends to borrow cookbooks, crafting books, sewing books, ect……..put a label on them so they won’t get lost in the shuffle.  These labels from artist/fabric designer, Laura Gunn are really great!  Laura is also the sister-in-law of one of my favorite fabric designers, Heather Bailey.

Get some really nice card stock and run any or all of these templates through your printer.  I think some of these could turn out to be real keepers.  You’re thinking, card stock through my printer?  Yes, don’t worry, you’ll be surprised how thick of paper your printer can handle.

Have a great Weekend!
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