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Beautiful Spring Gift Wrap & Tags

Amy LocurtoAmy Locurto

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Have you ever received a gift that was almost too pretty to open? Not only was time spent finding the perfect gift, but on the wrapping too! It’s amazing how a small gesture can make such a big impact.

Wrapping a gift into a beautiful present isn’t hard when you have the right supplies. This cheery spring floral wrapping paper and tag collection is all you need to brighten someone’s day!

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Cute meets sophistication with gingham and flower illustrations in tangerine, melon, and yellow. Perfect for any gift-wrap occasion!

giftwrap2Make your next gift one to remember! Start by printing the paper of your choice, wrap your gift and add some flair with ribbons, twine an extra strip of coordinating wrapping paper. Don’t forget to add one of the matching tags. With this adorable printable gift wrap collection your wrapping options are nearly endless!

giftwrap4Download the Free Printables to make your next gift extra beautiful!

Once you have clicked the links above, you can save the files to your computer. It might automatically save to your “Download” folder, so if you can’t find the files, check there first.

You have options of how you can download these files.

You can save the files to a USB flash drive and visit your local FedEx Office for them to print. You can also use the FedEx Office Mobile App to upload the files and then pick them up later, or you can upload them through your desktop using FedEx Office® Print Online.

How to Download and Print:

  1. Download the printable files above
  2. If you’re using a desktop, click below to get started with FedEx Office Print Online: com/us/office/online-printing.html
  3. Click on “Set Your Own Print Options”
  4. Upload the PDF file and click “Continue to Print Options”

Most orders can be ready in 24 hours or less. Enjoy!

Amy Locurto is a graphic designer who shares party ideas, recipes, crafts and family stories on her DIY lifestyle blog Living Locurto. She is also co-founder of the award winning photography blog, I Heart Faces, where she hosts fun photo challenges, photo tips and tutorials. Her goal is to encourage others to live a more creative life! Amy’s DIY ideas and licensed art can be seen on various paper products along with US Weekly, Martha Stewart, Real Simple, Apartment Therapy and The Huffington Post. Amy lives in Dallas, Texas where she enjoys getting creative with her two children.

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