Celebrate the anticipated arrival of your sweet bundle of joy with our adorable gift tags, which feature mother and chick sitting side-by-side on a charming little branch.
This Sweet Chicks: Blue design from our custom gift tag stickers category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
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"When ordering this product, I was under the impression that it was a 'card' that could be inserted with my announcements to invite guests to a party.... unfortunately this is a VERY small sticker! It worked out that I bought card stock and made the stickers work for the same purpose, but I should have more carefully read the description of what I was buying!"
"These were adorable for my friend's favors. I added them to craft paper and attached them with ribbon to the favors. I used blue chinese take-out boxes filled with brown raffeta and Whopper's Robin eggs as the favor witht he tag attached. It went perfectly with my"nesting" theme."
"The invitations, mint tins and stickers were unique for the baby shower I had for my daughter. I even had the baker use the design for the cake. Everything was co-ordinated to match this design. It all looked very nice. Thank you for the sweet design."
"I wasn't quite sure how I would use these stickers for my event, but I couldn't resist ordering it to match my invitation. Now, I am so glad I ordered these. We bought little gift bags from a local store as party favors and put these stickers on each one and filled the bags with blue m&ms to match the font. It made our theme consistent from the invitation to the actual event."