- Each sheet of gift tags is US letter size (8.5″ x 11″) if printed at 100%
- Format: PDF
- Each design sheet contains ten gift tags
- The gift tags do not contain any text or quotes like the rest of the Cheeky Wee Lass collection does
- For best results, print onto lightweight card before cutting out
- Can be printed at home or at a commercial print shop
- Please note that the set of gift tags (all seven designs) will be delivered as a zip file. Instructions about how to open the zip file is included with your purchase.
Cheeky Wee Lass Printable Gift Tags
$2.99 – $15.99
Want to make your gift giving more colourful this year? Jazz up your presents (and distract the recipient if you’re only giving them a gift as a social obligation 😉) with these pretty printable gift tags! There are ten on each sheet per design, and each tag has a slight variation in the placement of the pattern.
These gift tags are created from original watercolour and ink illustrations by Dana Batho, and are inspired by the cross stitch patterns in the Cheeky Wee Lass collection (click for more details) — Awa an Bile, Awa an Raffle Yersel, Bassa, Gypit Hoor, Pooch Me Hame, Yer Arse and Parsley, and Yiv a Face. See the details tab for more information about the specifications and format of the gift tags. The full set of gift tags can be purchased as a set of all seven designs for 25% off the retail price of each design individually.
These illustrations are also available as downloadable cellphone wallpapers and printable art. They can be purchased individually or as a set, or the Mega Bundle with all downloadable products and all the Cheeky Wee Lass cross stitch patterns is also available. Just the Cheeky Wee Lass cross stitch patterns are also available as a set.
Please note: This is a digital download only, not a printed item that will be shipped in the mail. You can print these items at home or with a commercial print or copy shop. You will be sent a download link when your payment has been processed. Please see the details tab for more information on the size and format of the files.
Awa an Bile Cross Stitch Pattern
When you’re having one of “those” days, maybe a pretty bouquet of flowers is what you need… 😂 The lovely Jacobean-era inspired Awa an Bile cross stitch pattern features brilliant Japan Threads in both gold and copper, as well as pretty gold beads. The text “Awa an bile yer heid” is Scottish Doric, and translates to “Go away and boil your head”, aka “get lost.” If the text isn’t to your taste for the pattern, you could add in your own text with any of the cross stitch alphabet charts, or you could stitch the pattern without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what it looks like without text. And if you’re not sure what Japan Threads are, you can check out this free video tutorial. 😊
Cheeky Wee Lass Collection Mega Bundle
If you must have ALL. THE. THINGS, then this bundle is for you! This bundle includes everything in the Cheeky Wee Lass collection: the seven cross stitch patterns (Awa an Bile, Awa an Raffle Yersel, Bassa, Gypit Hoor, Pooch Me Hame, Yer Arse and Parsley, and Yiv a Face), the seven designs of gift tags, fourteen cellphone wallpapers (each of the seven designs with and without a quote), and seven printable art PDFs. How cool is that? That’s 35 items in one set, and the set is priced at more than 30% off the price of buying all the items individually (all the items would be over US $150 total if bought individually). It’s also less than purchasing all the bundled sets of each item together. Please see the “Bundle details” tab for more information. 😊
Awa an Raffle Yersel Cross Stitch Pattern
Feel like you really want to tell someone how you feel, but want to do it in a subtle, elegant way? The Awa an Raffle Yersel cross stitch pattern might be the perfect fit for your needs. This pattern features luscious Jacobean-era inspired flowers and pomegranates, as well as stunning Japan Threads and gold beading. The text, “Awa an raffle yersel”, is a Scottish insult translating to a milder form of “piss off”… 😂 Of course, you’re free to come up with your own translation for those who may be “sensitive” to the real meaning, such as “Entertain yourself.” If the text isn’t to your taste for the pattern, you could add in your own text with any of the cross stitch alphabet charts, or you could stitch the pattern without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what it looks like without text. And if you’re not sure what Japan Threads are, you can check out this free video tutorial. 😊