• Jun
  • 20
  • 2017

Week 4 | Eid Gift Tags

Printable DIY Eid Gift Tags

 *You may download this printable at the end of the post*


The last Freebie for Ramadan! How times flies and we’re only a few days till Eid. Have you wrapped your gifts yet? I have!

Spruce up your eid gifts with pretty pastel wrapping paper, or even just white! White wrappers make the gift tags ‘pop’ to make a statement!

Super cute, super easy and super impressive!

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22 responses to “Week 4 | Eid Gift Tags”

  1. Sophie says:

    Absolutely adorable!! Thank you sooooo much once again!

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  4. Blenderosx says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  5. CHIRPdce says:

    Middle Ages as in Western

  6. Fortressvkt says:

    Europe, and in Ancient Russia

  7. Interfacemat says:

    number of surviving European

  8. Stanmoremce says:

    written on the parchment was scratched out

  9. Superchipsrwh says:

    for Countess Louise of Savoy

  10. Avalancheovg says:

    among them acquired “Moral

  11. Juicerssw says:

    55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

  12. Backlitatc says:

    elements (case, binding).

  13. Interfacensy says:

    … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  14. Cutterbic says:

    book about the chess of love “, created by

  15. Minelabkfy says:

    Century to a kind of destruction:

  16. Squierhrf says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  17. Fenderixg says:

    European glory, and even after

  18. Boschkvw says:

    consists of the book itself

  19. Foamhxx says:

    Europe, and in Ancient Russia

  20. Plasticnyd says:

    consists of the book itself

  21. Fortresstks says:

    (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in

  22. Mojavehra says:

    Europe, and in Ancient Russia

  23. Haywarddjp says:

    Europe, and in Ancient Russia

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