I have this thing in customizing almost all of my office paper goods, specially receipts. Yup, OC is my middle name, lol. I used to be an Accounting graduate but I definitely hate numbers and computing. So I thought, a good looking receipts to compute at might change a whole lot of thing. Which is actually true for me.
This is what I made for my sales receipt in my shop. Everytime, I have a sale, I record them all here. This also serves as my inventory sheet. Dual purposes works for me, lol.
I’ll be putting this in my Etsy shop as printable for those who’s interested for custom design. I also made a downloadable payroll form in case you wanted to use a stationery looking receipts for your shop.
I’m in the mood today to update Artisan Paperie. Inspired to sell more of my goods in the web world. I added some custom printable notepads with your own photograph and one with template design.
I do print them as well but if you want to DIY your own notepad then feel free to print as many as you can. Another thought, you can also use this as one of your gifts to your bridesmaids/groomsmen or to your guests. If you’re interested simply drop me a mail designsofartisan(at)gmail(dot)com.
I made a new design for my LeBlanchette tags, thought I might share it with you. On the contrary of the white and gray theme on my etsy shop, I made it light blue and yellow for a change, just to add some colors to it.
New tags for LeBlanchette
Printable tags on Artisan Paperie
If you have your own shop and you also wanted something like this for your jewelry, head over to Artisan Paperie and a custom-made design is also available. See more photos here.
What do you think of my new tags? If you leave nearby my shop, feel free to drop by… we’re beside Yellow Hauz.
I super salute the blog authors who can keep up with their posts on a very busy season. That’s what I call dedication, and that’s one thing I ought to learn, so I can catch up with my posts.
Anyway, it’s time to put some garlands… if you’re already preparing for your christmas gatherings at home, this homemade garland from A Field Journal is ideal for a more christmas feel on your party.
Image from A Field Journal
So prepare your printer once again because I know you’ll have fun doing this. If you have a shop, you can also use this on your store front. Use plain or colored paper with nice ribbons with it, and you’re good to go.
Sorry I wasn’t able to update the Christmas Handmade Crafts. But here’s another way you can save yet creative for your gift boxes.
Image from The Gifted Blog
Charissa of The Gifted Blog is a go-to for your all occasion resources. But this printable pillow box with matching gift tags is totally appropriate for your christmas gifts. Add some lace or embellish it with charms and you now have a DIY gift box. Pretty and simple right? Check The Gifted Blog DIY tutorials for more great ideas.