Vintage Winter Photo Labels: FREE Printables

WL-CH-Winter-Photo-Labels_04 I’ve teamed up with my favorite label company again to bring you free wintertime printables designed from my collection of vintage photos. There are lots uses for these and I share a few in my post over at the WorldLabel.com blog. This set prints to full sheet label stock for trimming out individual labels.WL-CH-Winter-Photo-Labels_01 Head over to WorldLabel.com’s blog to see more and grab up the free digital download. And while you’re there, please share it with your friends, leave a comment, and start stuffing yourself a nice fat file folder full of the many, many fantastic free printable downloads designed by some pretty talented designers available only on the WL blog.

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9 Responses to Vintage Winter Photo Labels: FREE Printables

  1. #1 - Julia D. says:

    Oh my! Absolutely love the vintage winter labels…. Look forward to using them on all my family gifts. You are such an artistic little whiz.
    Thank you.

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  3. #2 - Paula says:

    Cathe! Brown paper packages tied up with string are my absolute favorite gift wrap for Christmas, now I can’t wait to use your sweet labels! I have one question…did you make the Santa’s sleigh mail stamp?
    Thank you!

  4. #5 - Shelly B says:

    Such fun labels! Thank you for offering them! 🙂

  5. #6 - Claudia says:

    Thank you so so much – I love them all! Such sweet labels – can’t wait to put them onto the Christmas wraps.

  6. #7 - Ashley Calder says:

    These are lovely! Thank you! Off to check out the World Label blog. 🙂

  7. #8 - Last Minute Lynn says:

    I printed your labels and they are so wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing them. I will have the coolest packages under the tree and I know everyone will wonder where I found them.