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Over 100 free printable tags!

Those of you who love freebies raise your hand!
That's what I thought. I'm one of you! I love how easy
you can make your own tags and not use those mass produced
ones that can be found at the dollar store etc.

Also it's super easy to change the tags up a bit before you
print them. I will show you how some examples in an upcoming
post. But first you need to go treasure hunting for all the lovely
tags that are hidden out there on the world wide web!

Don't worry the awesome blog Mel Stampz has already done
the job for you! She's put together a list of 100+ free tags
and links to where they can be downloaded.
How great is that?

Run over to Mel Stampz and have a look for youself.
It will surely make your day! ♥

Talk to you soon Cutiepies!


  1. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Dec. 04, 2011. Thanks again.


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