Today, I'm glad to share with you some geometric goodness!
This is a versatile set of moody paper "rocks" that can become labels, notes, or tags, depending on whether you cut them or fold them.
I printed mine on thick presentation paper, but if all you have on hand is the regular kind, just glue the shapes to whatever sturdy paper you can find—cereal boxes or colorful junk mail, for instance.
• To create place cards, mini notes, or gift tags, fold along the dashed lines.
• To create individual little labels, cut along the dashed line instead of folding.
Just punch a hole in a spot of your choosing & run some pretty string or ribbon through it!
You can hang these labels from canisters or boxes, listing the contents; use them to make a quick garland, or create simple, unique bookmarks by attaching them to longer strands of ribbon.
You can download the high resolution printable here. It fits an 8.5x11 sheet, each page contains 5 folded pieces, or 10 pieces (when cut along the guides).
Hope you have fun putting these together, and adding your own touches to the project!
Anabel Bouza insists there's powerful magic in the action of creating something out of a vague vision, a chill of inspiration. She is an illustrator with a passion for nature, paper manipulation, and pointing her camera at things.
Her appreciation for simplicity dates back to a former life in Cuba where she refined the ability to see the alternative uses of common objects, and the enchanting side of things. She can be found blogging as Weird Amiga, hard at work in her sunny studio, or staring at things as if looking at them for the first time. Connect to Anabel via facebook and twitter.