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How is your holiday wrapping going?
Get ready to feel sorry for me… Not only have I not started to wrap, I haven’t finished shopping yet! And I am still at my desk working. This is going to be tight.
One thing that seems to get me every year at 12am on December 23rd, as I pull out the wrapping paper and presents to settle down for my last minute Christmas present wrapping frenzy, is running out of holiday gift tags. For some reason, I always forget to buy them.
So, this year, in case any of you forgot to pick up holiday gift tags — or if you want to save some money and print your own holiday gift tags — I thought I would give you the links to some fun free holiday gift tag templates from Microsoft.
Yes, Office.com has tons of free templates and labels waiting for you.
I have to tell you, I use Office.com all the time for their free resources. I actually use a ton of Office’s free stock photos here at 5 Minutes for Mom. If you haven’t been using Microsoft Office.com for templates, labels, stock photos, etc. you are missing out.
Now — I better get back to work so I can wrap those gifts. Well, first I need to decorate my tree. I KNOW! I told you, I am in really bad shape this year.
Hope the holiday gift tag templates help you out with your last minute wrapping.
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Written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.
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