By Erin Huffstetler | 12/01/2015 | No Comments
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Magazine subscriptions make great gifts, but they don’t really give you anything that you can wrap and give. Occasionally the publisher will send you a little certificate to tuck inside a card, but that’s not very exciting to open (or give).
An Easy Solution: Buy the current copy of the magazine you’re giving, and add a gift tag announcing the subscription.
That’ll give the recipient something to unwrap, and something to enjoy while they wait for their first issue to arrive in the mail.
If you add a bit of ribbon or trim, and it’ll really look like something special. I just love the way this piece of vintage trim dressed the magazine up.
And this piece of grosgrain ribbon is a nice match to the cover.
I just tied the ribbon around the magazine, and taped the subscription gift tag over top of it, but you could easily cut a slit in each side of the tag, and slip the ribbon through it instead.
And because you know I wouldn’t show you my gift tags without letting you use them too, you can download them for free.
or the all-occasion gift subscription gift tags, and let the gifting begin!
I recommend printing them on card stock, so they’ll have a little weight to them.
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