Tag Archives | christmas

holiday decorating :: 2015 home tour

2015 Christmas/Holiday home decor tour from Lauren McKinsey

i love love love to decorate my house! in fact, if you visit me this week, there is a VERY good chance that it won’t look the same if you come back the following week. i am constantly moving something from one room to another or from one spot to another. maybe it’s my creative […]

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{printable designs} christmas gift tags :: for kids

Lauren McKinsey licensed holiday wrapping paper

CLICK HERE for the complete Christmas gift tags for kids. i adore this collection of gift tags. one FULL sheet of gift tags with various and fun designs.  in fact, some of the tags coordinate perfectly with our licensed wrapping paper designs. pull out your card stock, print the tags, cut and attach to your […]

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{printable designs} christmas gift tags :: in black and white

Black and white Christmas/Holiday gift tags by Lauren McKinsey

CLICK HERE for the complete black and white Christmas gift tag collection. still in my black and white phase i was excited to design the most adorable black and white Christmas and holiday gift tags. if you are like me you like to use an assortment of tags so i filled one 8×10 sheet with […]

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{printable designs} holiday snowman printables

holiday snowmen printables :: gift tags

CLICK HERE for the complete snowman printable collection. with the holidays right around the corner, i have designed the cutest snowman printables just for you. this collection is filled with adorable thank you cards, gift tags, fill-in gift tags, drink wraps and more. these festive snowmen are excited to make your holidays extra special. this […]

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{a guest post from Lauren McKinsey’s momma} Preparing for the holidays :: Countdown to Christmas

Years ago, I found an eight week Countdown to Christmas planner in a Woman’s Day magazine. Although many of my “to do” items have changed over the years, I still follow the eight week countdown. We no longer have a dog to board for the holidays, and we now host Christmas Day dinner instead of […]

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