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Vintage Easter Tags – free printables

I have designed a fresh set of Vintage Easter Tags for you today 🙂 The idea is to use them with the letters for a cute Easter garland. Hang them with other Easter decorations to spell the word Easter, featuring wonderful Vintage French Typography, together with Victorian Easter Scraps:

Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Easter Letter Tags - free for personal use #vintage #ephemera #typography #french #easter #printable #freebie

There is also a sheet without the letters, if you wish to use them for plain gift tags.

Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Easter Greeting Tags - free for personal use #vintage #ephemera #typography #french #easter #printable #freebie

If your initial is one of these letter, you might also enjoy printing a few of “your” tag, to use with Easter gifts this season. Or maybe your receiver has one of these letters as their initials? 

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Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Easter Greeting - free for personal use #vintage #ephemera #typography #french #easter #printable #freebie

This is how I make most of my tags, you are of course free to make them in any way you prefer:

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Print on matte photo paper (or white cardstock)
  • Glue the printed sheet of tags to thin cardboard, cereal boxes is my favorite thickness
  • Use mod podge, or spray glue for super-fast crafting
  • When the glue is dry, cut out the tags.
  • Sand the edges with a little sandpaper, or stain them with ink if you prefer a more worn look
  • Tie some nice ribbon, lace or bakers twine to hang.
  • (Optional: embellish with glitter, tinsel, ribbon, buttons, etc…)
  • Hang, and TA-DAH: Vintage Easter Cuteness 😀

Go to the folder below to download high quality printable files, and to check out the Easter graphics I have posted earlier:

Download Printable

These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂  Did you enjoy this post? If you are not already a confirmed follower of Wings of Whimsy, please click “Follow”  to register:

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I have used the following sources for these designs:

Grungy Gift Tags – Lilac & Lavender

French Capital Letters – Wings of Whimsy

Easter Scraps – Wings of Whimsy

A Joyful Easter Greeting – Wings of Whimsy

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Gunnvor Karita

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5 thoughts on “Vintage Easter Tags – free printables

  1. oh they´re soooo beautiful Gunnvor, and they would work really awesome with initials on too for small gifttags for the kids Eastergifts. You are such a clever (easter)bunny ha ha ha Have a great sunday.

    1. Thank you Hunny 🙂

      I’m sure they’d be lovely for the kids 😀 Many people in Norway hide one big Easter egg full of candy for each of the kids on Easter Saturday (or earlier in the Easter depending on how much candy one wants the kid to eat…lol) The idea of an egg hunt is newer, probably imported from abroad, but I know some people have started doing that too. Other than that we don’t give specific Easter gifts. We will of course take a little hostess gift when we go visiting, and probably something for the kids if we are visiting a family with kids 🙂

      It is also my impression that most Norwegians don’t decorate that much for Easter, although using yellow candles and sesonal napkins is common. Me, I have special yellow Easter dishes with roosters, and plenty of other decor for the house…lol! Not quite as much as for Christmas, but still a lot…:P Although this year I’m making everything as easy as possible, since I’ll be working the entire time :-O

      I’ll go back to my writing, talk to you soon 🙂 xoxoxo

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