DIY: Free Holiday Chalkboard Initial Printable Labels

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I like to keep things simple and manageable, so I put something together to make both your life and my life a little easier this Holiday season.  It’s nothing fancy, just a free printable Holiday Chalkboard Initial labels.

I’ve kind of been into the chalkboard thing since trying out some freehand designs on our pumpkins this past Halloween.  I wanted to bring the spirit of that simplicity to my holiday wrapping.  Just print and punch out.  I recommend printing on card stock and using a 2″ punch for best results.  Hope you enjoy this chic, modern label that you can use to dress up your Holiday gifts, or gifts for any occasion really.

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Personally, I think there’s nothing quite like a brown paper package tied up with string. Every time I tie one up, I can hear Julie Andrews singing.  I didn’t watch the NBC remake that recently aired live, so my memories are still intact. Anyway, I’m sure not many presents can sing in your head like a brown paper package.

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To download the files for the Chalkboard Initials printable click here.


BTW- While I’m pretty good at freehand drawing, I’m not quite there on freehand digital drawing, so I must give credit where credit is due. The delicate circle border I used is courtesy of We Lived Happily Ever After, and the link to the original circle PNG can be found here.

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Karen - I love the tags and definitely want to use them for our presents this year, but when I go to download the file, it only downloads y, z and numbers. Any way to get the rest of the alphabet? It’s just too great not to use …

radmin - Hi Karen, thanks for dropping by. Fixing this download issue.

radmin - Download bug is fixed now that I’ve split the pages. Thanks for your patience.

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