I wanted to give you a little something to help decorate any gift you buy this weekend. These sage coloured gift tags are perfect for loads of occasions and they are an easy and quick fix to personalise your gifts!
Just print out the file below onto cardstock, cut and decorate! Easy and cute.
Feel free to share or promote our free printable – please link back to Inky and Bright or Love Ideas Ink.
These are for personal use only please!
If you are in America you are of course preparing for Thanksgiving. We don’t celebrate this in NZ although I like the idea of being thankful and grateful – sounds like a good excuse for a party!
Anyhoo I digress. I love these ideas for decorating your party with patterned paper by Hello Lucky – great for so many things!
Click here for the full explanation and how to.
A little interior love for you now – spotted on Design Sponge. The textile designer Caitlin Wilson’s home is just stunning, filled with her gorgeous fabrics and lots of lovely finds from around the globe.
View the whole article here. Photos by Courtney Apple.
I have just stumbled across Elizabeth Olwen – and I am in love! This Toronto based pattern designer is inspired by pastoral beauty, nature in its most playful forms, folklore, and romance.
Visit her site here!
A little bonus treat for you all this week – I’m going to be posting a few free printables for you all!
Here is the first of them – some gorgeous bright patterned flags that you can use for any party or event!
Gear required: printer, paper, scissors, double sided tape or glue, bamboo skewers
1. Print the file, and cut out the flags
2. Fold the flag in half and apply double sided tape or glue to the inside
3. Position the skewer close to the fold and seal the flag tightly
4. Seal the flag tightly and party!
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF
Feel free to share or promote our free printable – please link back to Inky and Bright or Love Ideas Ink. These are for personal use only please!
Skinny Laminx is the brand of illustrator and designer Heather Moore from Cape Town. I am just in love with the beautiful patterns and textures she creates. You can find a world of wonder in her divine homewares and clothing. Here are a couple of my favourites.
And I spotted these lovely aprons too…
Click here for the website.