Binder Labels, Paper Houses and Herbed Almonds

Are you an organizer? Can’t get enough labels to label things? Then get on over to WorldLabel.com’s blog for a near endless supply of free printable designs.CH-WL-Binder-Labels-05

My latest contribution are label designs for binders, but they can be used for many other things, like envelope wraps and gift packaging. I used them in my studio. What will you use them for?CH-WL-Binder-Labels-01

In the past I’ve shared on my blog sweet paper houses I designed with free template downloads for all kinds of uses including Halloween luminaries. I’ll be sharing a sparkly version next month when I teach at Spellbound. Well just look what Leena of Kaikkea-Kaunista (All Things Beautiful) made with them…Brilliant!! And just in time for the winter holidays. Click over to her blog to see more!Paper-Houses-LightsAnd lastly, if you like almonds like we do, then you’re really going to love this simple, gift-giving Rosemary-Provence Herbed Almond recipe by my super talented friend Tamara Berg of Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family show. p1030256-rosemary-almondsPackage them up with more WorldLabel.com/Cathe Holden labels!

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4 Responses to Binder Labels, Paper Houses and Herbed Almonds

  1. #1 - Tamara Berg says:

    Thanks Cathe! Oh… and I have a paper house to share too!

    http://tamarajewelry.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/beautiful-handmade-christmas-ornaments-home-and-family/

    You are the awesomest of awesomests!!

  2. I love the binder labels. I have binders stashed all over the house, so I can definitely use these. Love the little houses, too. Now I’m wondering how long it would take to make enough to cover a Christmas tree. :)

  3. #3 - Leann says:

    They are cute – I’m headed over to check them out. Love the recipe for the almonds – I have one from Martha Stewart that is cinnamon and chocolate covered that I make for Christmas!

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