Free Printable Santa and Candy Cane Gift Tags

I’m guessing if you landed on this post you’re having an “oh, crap!” moment as you realize you don’t have enough gift tags or simply forgot to buy them.

Have no fear! I have you covered with two options this year!

Option 1 features Jolly Old St Nick surrounded by colorful presents.

Option 2 will tickle your sweet tooth with adorable candy canes.

Click the links below to download, print, and save Christmas!

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Holiday Footprint Artwork Ideas

One of my favorite things about the daycare we put our son in is the number of art projects they do with the kids. At least three times a month, we get a little creation using our little one’s unique art skills. At 3 months old, he is very good at making art with his hands and his feet. Haha!

For the holidays, he has brought home some of the cutest footprint artwork I’ve ever seen. Maybe I’m just biased? Oh well, I may be. But! If you have little ones of your own, these are some serious crafty inspiration.

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“Sleeping Like the Dead” – Dead and Breakfast Door Hangers

Welcome, foolish mortals, to the Lawrence Dead & Breakfast Inn, where you can rest in peace… if it weren’t for those pesky ghosts.

We are bringing our Dead and Breakfast theme back to life with a few clever decorations. Have you seen the Dead and Breakfast sign? What about the room keys?

Now we’re rounding out this year’s projects by laying you to rest – literally.

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Paper Palm Frond Decor Update

Earlier this summer, I made¬†paper palm frond decor for our guest room to go with a cute pineapple watercolor we found at a local art show. The paper palm frond concept was perfect, but I wasn’t totally in love with the color combination I had readily available in my paper supplies. Thankfully, for my baby shower, my friend brought over a paper leaf garland she had cut using her Cricut. The colors she used were perfect, and I was able to integrate her pieces into my decor.

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