Dec 04, 2014

Printable Gift Tags

Sprout by HP, Create it Yourself #CIY

I’m in full holiday mode after our tree farm experience last weekend and can’t wait to share more holiday details with you. In the mean time I’ve partnered with HP to bring you some sweet printable gift tags. I never usually like the gift tags at the store so I designed my own using the new Sprout by HP computer to fit a simple and festive aesthetic.

You can download the PDF file here. I recommend printing your tags on cardstock and then using scissors or a slicer to cut out the tags on the light gray lines. You can attach to your gift with a glue stick, traditional tape, or you can use washi tape like I did. To learn more about how I made the tags, keep reading.

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Sprout by HP is a new computer that allows you to be creative in ways you never thought possible. It features dual touch screens, 3 cameras, a projector, and 3d scanning capabilities. You can simply set an object on the mat to scan and import it into your artwork, then move it away to continue your work. It is a real mix of tangible and digital art. Aiden’s favorite activity so far is to play games and I have especially enjoyed drawing with the stylus and touch mat.

I look forward to sharing more projects with you as I learn how to use the Sprout better and as improvements are made with the software.

This #CIY post was created in partnership with #SproutByHP. To learn more about Sprout by HP, please visit their website, Thank you for supporting the brands that make life here at Team Wiking a little sweeter.

Sprout by HP, Create it Yourself #CIY

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These turned out so cute, Jessica! They look great paired with the washi tape and that gold paper!

Thanks so much Sarah! Cant wait to see your projects!

Love these! Downloading now 😀 Thanks so much for sharing xx

You’re welcome, enjoy! 🙂

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