Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Easter Gift Tags Printables is Here!

I am not really healthy at this time, (thank you for all of you wishing me better soon!), so here's my Easter printable, quite different from what I have planned, but I hope all my dear readers will love it. Fell free to download here, share, craft, and do anything with it, even sell it, maybe, but be a dear and send me a link to your creations using these gift tags, you don't have to post it on your blog, a flickr link or an email would make my day.

Earlier, my so called Easter craft plans including some Easter rabbit puppets, Easter paper game, and Easter build up paper diorama (hello, big dreamer!), but due to my condition and very limited time (my deadlines are still endless despite the holiday and my sickness, unfortunately), I just have the strength to do a set of gift tags. *boo-hoo* I know, I know, it's lame, so hate me, throw rocks at me, and dump my body at the sewer.

Nevertheless, making up for my weakness I'll share with you a list of things to do/craft this easter. Obviously, these ladies did their homework better than mine, so please visit them.

  1. download lovable yet adorable art you can print yourself at Jen's FeedYourSoul.
  2. making Easter eggs? Don't forget to decorate the holder too! Visit Zakkalife for the how-to.
  3. enter Calamity Kim's giveaway to win a chance of a basket full of spring time goodness.
  4. dyed some eggs with Lolly. (I swear she posted this craft tutorial first before Martha Stewart Living hit the racks!) The sweet Lolly has a bunny week running too, in case you're more of a bunny than an egg person.
  5. make an artwork, yes, YOU make the artwork. You can do it by following sarahjane's easy step by step.
  6. make a "baglets" and print them pretty ala Jessica from howaboutorange.
  7. does my list suck or just can't get enough of Easter craft? Head over to Christy's to find better options, guaranteed.


  1. I hope you are feeling better! Get well soon!

    Thank you for your super cute easter printables! I hope one of these days I can show you some crafts I've made with them. Thanks for the link love too. xoxo

  2. Thanks so much for sharing! Best wishes for feeling better soon!!!

  3. sending you big get better (((hugs))). i think you are fantastic for getting all of those lovelies down on paper for us to use. my printer is out of ink so i have to get my husband to fix that right away. you just know my girls will have a tag on their basket!!

  4. Oh these are perfect! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll be linking to these. Feel better!!!

  5. Oh NO! I am so sad to hear you are not feeling well! Warm bunny HUGS sweet friend!

  6. How sweet of you to give us free printables! Thanks so much! hugs from Nancy of Conroe TX!

  7. cepet sembuh ya!
    printables-nya lucu2 bgt, thx for sharing..
    btw, pose itu ngopi halaman fashion persis di sebelahku. fotografernya usil bgt, ngasi yang susah :D

  8. I love the bunny waving! thanks!

  9. Hi!
    Thanks for the tags. Hope you feel better soon.

  10. Hi. I hopped onto your blog from howaboutorange and tried clicking on these adorable Easter tags and the link isn't working. Are they still available for download? Thanks and hope you feel better soon!

  11. i shared this with my readers, ok? i gave you credit, of course. thanks!

  12. I just linked to this on my blog, and I printed out a copy for my kids. Thanks for the great design.

  13. Hope you feel better soon!!

    I am blog hopping today and I am happy to stop by your blog!!

    Please stop by either or both of my blogs (and become a follower if you aren't one already):

    So Stylilized is where I am currently offering FREE Custom Blog Designs at http://sostylilized.blogspot.com

    Jessicas Lil Corner is where I blog about family and life at http://jessicaslilcorner.blogspot.com

    Have a Happy Wednesday and a blessed rest of the week! :0)

  14. Thanks for the cute printables! Saved my neck today. Hope things look up for you soon.

  15. oops forgot to show you what I used them for...

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