Oh friends, I am so excited about these free printables! I have mentioned a few times that when it comes to Christmas morning in my house, the stockings where it’s at. I have just as much fun stuffing them as the family has going through them, as did my mom. There’s just something about finding all the little wrapped presents, candy, and trinkets – and as a child imagining Santa filling the stocking to the brim and leaving it for your discovery. I like to take everything out if its packaging and wrap in my own way, including the candy and goodies complete with ribbon. It just adds to the magic and wonder – who wrapped them up? The elves or Mrs. Clause?
So I emailed my favorite designer, Jenna, and
begged asked her if she would like to make some fun labels to really add to the fun. That way the candy and goodies look all sorts of authentic coming straight from the village at the North Pole, rather than the local store. Luckily she said yes, and offered them for free to TMH readers, wahoo!
You can do all sorts of things with them. I like to buy our candy at a candy store so it is “special” candy that my kids don’t normally see, and then a few other treats to mix it up. I just cut out the North Pole Bake Shoppe label and glued it to scrapbook paper to top off some candy dipped Oreos in a cellophane bag.
There wasn’t a chance I could pass up the hand pulled taffy candy cane suckers, I just cut out a smaller label and glued to the one they came with.
She even added a Happy Holidays label that you can use for just about anything.
All you have to do is click on the label you would like to print, right click and then save to your computer. To print just choose fit to page. I put a few different sizes and options of each: three sizes of the Candy Company, two with format to fold for bag toppers if wanted for the Bake Shoppe, and a bunch of the Happy Holidays labels. You could scale to a different size when printing too.
Have fun with these!
Also, Jenna as a free holiday print you can download and frame over on her site. So fresh and fun.
A big thanks to Jenna for helping add to my stocking fixation. Oh, speaking of that – I even have a post on how to stuff a stocking. Serious business.