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This is one of my earliest montage designs, created at a time when Zazzle didn’t do gift tags. Now they do!
Media: Matte

We’re not saying the presentation of your gift is as important as the gift itself, but no one wants a present wrapped in old newspaper. Add a touch of elegance to all your gifts with beautifully crafted personalised gift tags. Along with personalised wrapping paper and customised ribbons, your gift will be the one they can’t wait to rip open.

  • Dimensions: 3.5″l x 2″w
  • Sold in set of 10
  • Printed on 120 lb. 17.5 point thick luxe matte paper, a soft paper with eggshell texture and a smooth finish
  • Pre-punched hole
  • Choice of 4 colours of uncut twine
  • Made in U.S.A. with 30% post-consumer content

Source: The Grand Tour Gift Tags | Zazzle

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