Vistaprint is offering 140 FREE custom return address labels — you just pay the shipping (around $3). Of course, you could make return address labels. Or you could shake it up and create a fun gift for someone on your Christmas list (or yourself!).
Kid’s Labels — use these to label your kid’s belongs (school supplies, books, food containers, etc) or put in a stocking for the recipient to use as stickers (Thanks to Moms By Heart for the images!):
Here’s how to create the kid’s labels:
:: Go to Vistaprint and click “Return Address Labels”
:: Hover your mouse over “Personal & Family” in the horizontal navigation bar and click “Kids”
:: Use the Advanced Editing option to change the font size, style and alignment. Just click and drag any unwanted lines off the label. It should disappear. One tip — change the alignment to center and you can fix almost any annoyance with formatting.
Book Plates — use these to mark your family’s belongings:
Teacher’s Gifts — give these to your child’s teacher as a personal, yet inexpensive Christmas gift:
You have just about until the end of the week to order your teacher gifts for them to arrive before school gets out for winter break. Hover your mouse over “Industry” and choose “Education and Child Care” to find teacher-y labels.
Custom Gift Tags — use these as Christmas gift tags (no more hunting for the tape as you label Christmas gifts!):
I didn’t have much time this morning to actually include our kids, but you get the gist. You should land on the Christmas designs once you click “Return Address Labels” from Vistaprint’s homepage. Thanks, Thrifty & Thriving!
When you checkout, make sure you choose the cheapest shipping option. It has never taken the full 21 days for my labels to arrive. I think the most I’ve ever waited is about 1.5 weeks.
Ready to get started? Go to Vistaprint and start creating!
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