A lot of times when you download any kind of “printable” it will come with lots of graphics. You might think you can’t do much with that if you’re not a professional designer but this isn’t true. There are so many things you can do with nothing more than JPEG graphics. You don’t have to be a designer, use a cutting machine or know what an SVG file is.
I love to use printables to dress up everyday gifts. It can make something just a little more special if you add small personalization to it. This doesn’t mean you have to go all out. My favorite thing to do is to add a personalized card to any store bought gift
I’ve got three super easy ways to dress up everyday gifts with printables. Each of these printables are available in the Make it Meaningful Printables club. If you’re not a member, doors open in November 2021. Get on the waitlist for the cheapest price.
3 Ways to Use Printable Graphics as Gifts
1. Lunch Box Notes from Jokes
One of the cutest things is when I see moms putting notes in the lunch box for their kids. Believe me, they are going to remember something like that more than if you spend hours making their food overly cute. And this idea involves taking jokes and putting them in your kid’s lunch box.
2. Wine Bottle Labels
I love receiving and giving wine. Whenever I go to anyone’s house and I know they like wine, it’s the perfect gift. However, I do like to add a little something special to it. This is where wine labels or tags come into the play.
3. Teacher Appreciation Gift Cards
This last idea is perfect for teacher appreciation. I’m a big fan of gift cards for teachers. Don’t make it weird, if you’re wondering why, check this post, I lay it all out.
Hi, I’m Jamie, and I have two great loves: creating and traveling. I’m a blogger, designer, photographer who would love to help you enjoy life’s special moments or, what I like to call life’s “journeys”. From parties to vacations, I’m here to make them beautiful and easy. I provide the tools you need to plan, celebrate, and remember, without all the hassle. Contact me for custom orders and collaborations. When I’m not creating or traveling, you’ll find me at a yoga studio or with my nose in a book and cat on my lap. Read more about me!