Pronouncing words correctly is cool and all, but sometimes it’s just fun to use some text lingo in your Valentine’s Day gift giving. So when you get tired of looking at all the cheesy love phrases gracing the grocery store aisles, print off these free printable gift tags to tell all the special people in your life that you not only love them, but you LUH THEM.
LUH is not to be confused with love. Luh = a form of endearment given to someone who does not block your number even though you send them blasts of emojis and unflattering photos of themselves when they were 12. Love = serious people talk. Simple as that.
So how do you get your hands on these? Download the Avery file below, upload to their site, and print these four colorful designs on their pre-cut gift tag templates. I popped these gift tags on some small favor boxes filled with sprinkles & straws, but you can pretty much add them to anything you know your friends with
Avery Printable Tags with Strings
Gift Boxes // Sprinkles, Straws, or Goodies of your choice!
To Download & Print Avery Labels:
A. Download & save the free Printable Gift Tags File (.xml file) to your computer.
B. Print the Printable Reindeer Nose circle stickers through Avery’s online software by:
1. Going to the Avery homepage, and click “Start Now” on the left side of the page.
2. On the right side, click “Open Project” and upload the file you just downloaded (pre-made with the I LUH YOU design). Print on tag sheet & attach strings to each one. As an alternative to using the pre-cut Avery labels, you can also print this PDF on cardstock, and manually cut each circle out of sheet.
I consider myself pretty in the loop with all the text lingo, but texting my sister makes me feel no younger than 150 years old. The first time she texted me something like, “what u doing RN?” I was all like, “RN? Registered Nurse?” until a Google searched informed me that rn = right now. So since all of us 17+ could probably use a abbreviation lesson, we’ll just stick with saying words weird to try and sound cool. Even though we’re totes probs not.