Are you looking for an inexpensive, yet fun treat for your friends this Halloween? Don’t miss this black cat Halloween printable gift tag.
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Oh friends, I cannot tell a lie. I am in denial about the change in season. I think this is the first year I haven’t started posting Halloween projects right at the start of September. Today I woke to cooler temperatures and I am afraid I cannot deny that summer is over and fall has arrived.
I am going to start transitioning my porch from fall to Halloween this weekend, but in the meantime I am sharing a couple of cute Halloween printables today. You can grab my fun black cat Halloween printable gift tag here and then pop over to Eighteen 25 for the coordinating Jack-O-Lantern gift tag I am sharing today!
Black Cat Halloween Printable Gift Tag
I love gifting small items to friends and I find ANY holiday a good excuse. I’ve celebrated everything from birthdays to National Donut Day and Valentine’s Day is the busiest time of year here on my site. I have over 50 Valentine’s Day gift tags if you can believe it.
With Halloween right around the corner, I’ve started picking things up here and there. I found the cute water bottles I am posting about today at Michaels, but you can find similar items nearly anywhere. I saw nearly the same thing at Walmart the other day for less than $1.50.
What you need to make black cat Halloween printable gift tags:
Black Cat Printable Halloween Gift Tag File (Scroll to bottom of the post for download link)
Computer (I use this MacBook Pro)
Color Printer (I swear by the Canon Pixma Pro) or visit your local print shop
White Cardstock (I use 80 lb cardstock for all of my projects)
We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Punch (I can’t live without it)
Scissors (here’s a link to the gold pair I use)
Halloween Treat or water bottle
How to recreate these black cat Halloween printable gift tags:
- Download the black cat printable Halloween gift tag file (at the bottom of this post).
- Open the file on your computer. Click to save (for printing at a local print shop) or send to your home color printer. I like to use the Canon Pixma Pro for projects like this. If you’re doing a lot of color printing at home, I highly recommend it. I always use 80 lb white cardstock for my printable gift tags.
- Trim Halloween printable gift tags to size. I like to use this Fiskars trimmer. It’s a bit heavier duty than most and I can cut a few sheets at a time.
- Punch a hole in the top of your Halloween gift card using a hole punch OR punch them all at once with the We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile (one crafting tool I really can’t live without!).
- Use baker’s twine to attach the Halloween printable gift tag to your treat or water bottle.
Don’t forget to pop over to Eighteen25 to pick up the coordinating Jack-O-Lantern gift tag file.
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