With holiday cards and thank you notes stacked high this time of year， make life easier with our pre-printed return address labels or stamps!
Don’；t waste your precious time writing your home address over and over again. Choose from one of our？holiday-themed address labels or self-inking stamps to get the job done quickly!rustic pillow covers
Our personalized holiday return address labels add the perfect finishing touch. The peel and stick return address labels come off each sheet easily and will stick and stay to your envelopes.
These multi-purpose labels are extremely versatile， and great for the whole family! Use a set for custom return address labels， adorable gift tagsanniversary gifts for couples， kitchen labels， tags for your home-baked goodies， library book plates and more!
Printed in sets of 90， these matte labels are a creative way to dress up your written correspondence. Choose any？face？images create your own address label. We can fit up to 8 images across (but they will be small!) The fewer the images， the bigger we can make them. Depending on the images selected and size of your family will dictate if your address will be to the left or the bottom of the image set.
Custom self-inking stamps are available in many unique， sophisticated designs. The stamps can be fully personalized with address information， family names， name and monogram.
The perfect finishing touch to your holiday greeting or thank you cards. There are many styles to choose from and you can use them year round.
Do you want your daughter to make a face like this?Or like that?Or maybe this?Then make her one of these magical tutu dresses of magic.And watch her flit about the yard in fairy princess heaven. Find out how to make a magical tutu dress after the jump!
It’s kind of funny, but my first exposure to quilting was back in the late 1980’s when?the “quilting ladies”?would invade the fabric store I worked at?in droves to find just the right fabric combinations for their quilts. Calico and country print fabric bolts were flying every which way, and any flat surface in the fabric store would be covered with fabrics while the ladies discussed patterns, colors, and shades. So, I always thought that quilting was all about buying new fabrics for the quilts, because that’s how I’d always seen it done.
I partnered up with my blogger bestie Jen from Something Turquoise to create a super cute and simple DIY Thumbprint Save the Date for you to create!