We've teamed up with mega talented designer Lia Griffith to offer HomeStyle readers 10 free downloads to make Christmas that much simpler – and cheaper! Have a scroll through the fantastic offerings below, which include everything from wine wraps to chalkboard tags, then click the links to download. Don't forget to pick up HomeStyle's Christmas issue for Lia's insider tricks on how to use them!
1 Chalkboard tags
There are 12 designs in this stylish set, and four can be digitally customised to include your recipients' names – just follow the simple instructions on the download link above. Alternatively, just write onto the tags in metallic pen after printing!
2 Woodland gift wrap and gift tags
The cost of wrapping paper can really eat into your budget, and there's nothing worse than realising you're 10cm short of finishing the last gift. With Lia's printable gift wrap, you never have to worry about running out and you don't even need to leave the house to get a new design.
3 Inspirational quote
Print off this quote (there are two colours to choose from), back with a patterned paper and pop inside a frame, and hey presto – you've got yourself a gorgeous Christmas gift for next to nothing! Top tip: this would make a perfect present for a quote-mad teenager...
4 Food labels
Planning a few edible gifts this year? Make sure they look as incredible as they taste with this set of eight downloadable labels – printing them only takes a moment and it'll make all the difference. Oh, and they're fully customisable too!
5 Paper topiary
Tart up your Christmas dinner table, mantle or window ledges with a beautiful paper topiary. You don't even need green paper or card, because Lia has provided a watercolour background for you to print onto white paper. That woman thinks of everything!
6 Metallic wreath
Create an indoor wreath to last for years and years with this fun download. There are holly leaves, berry clusters, ivy leaves and flowers, all complete with score lines to make this project truly effortless.
7 Winter lanterns
These paper lanterns can either be created by hand with a craft knife (always remember to cut away from you!), or you can download the nifty SVG file and let your paper-cutting machine, like a Cricut Explore, do all the work for you.
8 Papercut tags
Lia's free papercut tags will make a wonderful finishing touch to any present. As for the winter lanterns, this printable is available as a template for hand-cutting or as an SVG file if you have a paper-cutting machine. Top tip: use glitter card for a bit of extra festive sparkle and use as tree decs!
9 Wine wraps
Giving out bottles of wine this year? Worried that it's a bit impersonal? We've got you covered – make each one truly special with a customisable wine wrap to delight your friends and family. You could even do the same for the wine served at Christmas dinner and adorn them with the year, your family's name and an imaginary vineyard!
10 Thank you notes
When the festivities are done and dusted, it's time to send out thank you cards. Lia has made this task so much easier with her printable notes, which come in two versions: blank for your own message and a great fill-in-the-gaps version for children.
Love these downloads? Lia's got hundreds more over on her website, liagriffith.com. You can unlock all of them with a monthly subscription of just $5 a month (roughly £3.20), which can be cancelled at any time. Enjoy!