Ever needed a quick thank you gift, but don’t have anything other than Christmas wrapping paper? Behold! The lunch bag topper. These are a quick and easy way to wrap small token gifts made out of things you have on hand.
Included in the PDF are 9 pages of bag toppers including one in black and white for printing on colored paper (if you don’t have access to a color printer).
Thank You Lunch Bag Toppers (PDF)
Since I had the envelope templates made and superhero logos made, I decided to put the two together and make these superhero envelopes. They measure 4.25 x 6.25, so a 4×6 photo fits just perfectly, and the stamp area fits right under the size of a regular US Postage Stamp (if you are actually mailing them). Hope you enjoy!
Download PDF with all 8 designs.
I am not one for the $1 store variety of Valentines for my kids to give out. So generally we make the valentines exactly what we want (which I will show in a later post) and print them as 4×6’s at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club. Sam’s Club ended up being 13 cents each. However, 4×6’s don’t fit in the standard envelopes and besides — they are so boring. So, this year, I designed the envelopes too, and I am sharing. Below the pictures is a PDF with all 4 designs, don’t try and print the pictures, they aren’t the correct dimensions. Print the PDF at 100% and then cut them and fold them on the lines. Hope you enjoy!
Download Valentine_Envelopes (PDF)
My son is really into super heroes. I made these to hang on his wall. They are 12×12″ so will also work as scrapbook backgrounds if you want. Download the PDF below the picture.
Superhero Logos PDF
Superhero Logos (White Background) PDF