Our free Thanksgiving leftover labels are a simple way to make sure everyone goes home with their favorite leftovers in tow. Download, print, and spread the holiday cheer – one labeled bag or container at a time!
Using our free instant-download labels is a simple and quick process. Just follow these steps:
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Do you need something speedy to dress up your booze or Halloween favors? We’ve got you, ghoul! Check out our best selling instant (yes I said instant) downloadable tags. All you need is a home printer, paper & scissors!
Your file is set up to be printed on white photo paper or cardstock. The file will not print correctly if you use colored paper or cardstock.
You may print your file at home or e-mail/take your file on a flash drive to your local copy center and have them print for you.
YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL PRODUCT! You will receive a PDF file only.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to variations in each device’s display settings & calibration, colors may sometimes appear different or less bright than what you see on your screen.
How To Use
Print as many tags as you need.
Cut around each gift tag using scissors.
You may use a hole punch to attach your gift tag with the string, cord, or ribbon of your choice.
Sink your teeth into these Thanksgiving Gifts this holiday season! Whether you hit the road or have your house Feast Mode ready, we have the coolest gifts and decor to keep the much needed smiles going this upcoming Turkey (or tofu) Day.
We see so many yummy recipes come to us through creating your custom recipe towels! This one for Pumpkin Muffins caught my eye and I decided this was the perfect weekend to try it out. I don’t know who Auntie Barbara is but we should all know her! These were easy and absolutely delicious! I will make them again and maybe even add chopped walnuts for texture. What’s your favorite fall recipe? Comment below ~ Marlo