Orders typically take 4-6 weeks to design, manufacture and ship. Below is a list of key order dates for your order to arrive before Christmas. Cut off dates vary by product.
Placemats - Nov 25, 2012
Pencils - Nov 25, 2012
Drinkware - Nov 25, 2012
Lunchbox - Dec 16, 2012 Lunchboxes are in stock and are available for purchase up until Dec 16, 2012. Any order placed after Nov 25, 2012 will include a temporary personalized faceplate. The waterproof version delivered shortly after Christmas at no additional charge.
Dishware - Nov 11, 2012
Labels - Nov 11, 2012
Special guest post by Alison the creator of The Petit Cadeau Blog
Have you ever received a gift tag that can be used AFTER all the other gift wrap items are long thrown away? When I started brainstorming with Sarah a few months ago, we collaborated and came up with this fabulous DIY printable gift tag that turns into a game! It’s the perfect way to add something extra-special to a child’s gift.
This tic-tac-toe gift tag is laminated so that each game can be “erased” and the tag used over and over again. So fun!
Gather your supplies:
• colour printer
• individual self-laminating sheets (available at office supply stores and some dollar stores)
• one hole punch
This free printable gift tag has several designs and colours to suit your gifting needs.
To begin, simply print the templates provided.
Then, cut out the gift tags, folding in half on the line.
Follow the directions for the self-laminating
sheet. Peel back one side and
carefully place your folded gift tag in the centre. Gently lower the top half of the laminating sheet, smoothing
as you go to ensure that you remove all of the air bubbles.
Use a one-hole punch to make a hole for securing your gift tag with ribbon, string, or your fastener of choice.
As an added bonus, include a set of wipeable crayons. Sarah has tested a variety and recommends Melissa and Doug learning mat crayons.
The gift tag can be kept and used for mini tic-tac-toe games. It would even make a perfectly sized travel game for the car!
Alison is the creator of The Petit Cadeau Blog and shares weekly inspiration for thoughtful gift giving, including handmade gift ideas, and pretty ideas for DIY gift wrap and greeting cards.
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