Happy Holidays from me to you!  I love this time of year.  I love the smell of fresh pine in our home and I love the smell of spices simmering on the stovetop.  I love sitting in front of the fire, sipping my latte, wrapped up in a blanket.  And I love taking the time to wrap gifts with a creative, festive touch.

I’ve designed seven equestrian inspired Christmas gift tags that I want to share with you.  That’s correct, you can download my gift tag design sheet for FREE!

The free downloadable gift tags feature the following designs:

  1. Watercolor effect of a vintage fox hunting painted duo.
  2. Watercolor effect of a photograph of a double jointed snaffle bit.
  3. Hold Your Horses!  Do not open until Christmas!, enough said.
  4. Happy Holidays!  featuring a sweet vintage horse.
  5. Watercolor effect of black leather tall riding boots.
  6. Watercolor effect of a photograph of a black and white horse jump.
  7. Merry Merry Barn Babe because we all have barn friends that we love to give gifts to!

To download your FREE equestrian inspired gift tags please visit the link below, click the ‘down arrow’ icon, enter your email, and the gift tag sheet will download straight to your computer!  This is a free download and printable.  I recommend that you print on cardstock and then add it to your presents with decorative tape, or hole punch and attach with fancy ribbon, twine, or holiday string.

https://erinkatephotography.pixieset.com/silveroaksfarm-gifttags/

 

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Erin Gouveia of Silver Oaks Farm is an accomplished equestrian, award winning photographer, and an artist.   She was born and raised in San Diego, California, graduated from Colorado State University, and now resides in Park City, Utah on a small ranch with her husband.  She has had careers in Medical Research, Zookeeping, and most currently Photographer at Erin Kate Photography.

Follow Erin on Instagram at @silveroaksfarm and find her equestrian inspired fine art photographs and handmade goods in her Etsy shop SilverOaksFarm

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