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This week I’;m sharing quick and easy last minute holiday gift ideas, and what’;s quicker than a gift that all you have to do is attach a tag to?

In October I shared this idea for these “;Paint Toes”; nail polish tags inspired by Pantone color chip cards. ?I had a few requests for the printable in Christmas colors so I’;ve recolored the tags in festive colors for Christmas.

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As I’;m sure you can see we are all pretty nail polish obsessed at our house. I mean I do have two teenage girls after all! ?I hope that you’;ve enjoyed the nail polish printable’;s and gift ideas that I’;ve shared this year. ?Since I have older kids I love coming up with ideas for gifts for their age group (which can sometimes be hard to find ideas for).

To download the tags just visit the templates page. The password is polkadots (just know, that the password is going out to newsletter subscriberspersonalized anniversary gifts, it will be removed from the post when it’;s online, so write it down!). Also the software that I use for downloads has a MAJOR glitch. I’;ve contacted the developer but my hands are tied right now.. If you get a “;link expired”; error when you go to download the tags, just ignore it. Then click the “;download”; button when it turns green. Hopefully there is a fix coming soon.Connect with me:

We’ve been a little sidetracked this week with all this warm weather we’ve been having…and have been outside sprucing things up.? When we moved to OK last year, we didn’t do much with the outside of the house but were instead inside building shelves, revising closet space, making tables, etc…so that the interior worked better for our family.? But now that a year has passed and spring has arrived, we’ve been itching to spend more time outdoors making the exterior of our house a little more “us”.? Our house was brand new when we moved in, so it doesn’t need much as far as paint and trim goes….but we’d really like to re-landscape and add things here and there to make it a little happier outside.? Because I love driving up to our home and thinking, “ahhhh…..I’m home!”

For our next project in our Summer Sewing series, we have this fun and adorable project from Kimbo at A Girl and a Glue Gun. She’s showing us how to make a fringe tank AND how to?DIY the pineapple painting on the front! Keep reading to get all the “juicy” details *wink*.

Snowy, snowy Portland! They weren’t really prepared for so much snow –?5-10 inches! – so things got a little messy and slushy, but that didn’t affect those of us at SewDown Portland! Being snowed-in is a great reason to stay inside and SEW!