Create meaningful gifts this holiday season with Easy Christmas Tags to DIY.
It is more blessed to give than to receive, especially at Christmas. And when you wrap that gift in beautiful paper, spectacular ribbons and a customized, homemade Christmas gift tag, it becomes even more meaningful.
And it doesn’t have to be hard or time-consuming.
We found some clever inspirations, some free printables, and some “design-your-own” tag tools that would be a fun project with your kids or grandkids… or friends!
Button Snowman Gift Tag
“Outfit a snowman with a button body, ribbon scarf, paper nose, and inked hat.”
Printable Gift Tags
“Kids can write their own messages inside these cheerful cards and hand them out to classmates and teachers, or punch a hole at the top and tie on ribbon or yarn to use as tags. Choose our gift-bearing bear or generous pooch — or draw your own friendly character.”
Brown Box Tags
“Brown paper packages are one of life’s favorite things. Doll up yours with our free gift tags: A pair of mittens, a green-stamp design, and a striped “To: From:” rectangle. Together they make a nostaglic trio.”
Classic Christmas Tags
Yuletide Christmas Tags
Layered Tree Tag
A pretty layered tree adds sweetness to a basic tag shape. Use a punch or hand-cut a Christmas tree shape from five scraps of green paper. Layer the scraps together and attach to a white tag mounted on a kraft paper tag.
“Create a wintry symbol on a basic gift tag in the familiar shape of a snowman. Stack fuzzy white pom-poms to form the body, and find twigs to make a hat and arms fit for Frosty.”
Musical Tree Tags
“Cut sheet-music patterned paper into a tag shape and the giftee will quickly be singing a happy tune. Glue some paper trees on top, and embellish with buttons and doo-dads.”
Design Your Own Gift Tag
From HP Photo Creations: “Make any present more personal with colorful tags you print yourself. Our double-sided templates print edge-to-edge on Avery 22802 perforated cardstock.”