These free printable Christmas tags are a fun (and free!) way to jazz up your gifts so print off as many as you need!
I’m so excited to be putting up our Christmas tree this weekend! I can’t wait to start decorating, watching cheesy Christmas lifetime movies, and drinking Hot Cocoa, Christmas Coffee or Eggnog with a cookie or two.
If you’re in full-on gift-wrapping mode, these gift tags come in handy, especially when you are in a pinch, sitting on the floor in a mess of gifts and Christmas paper. We’ve all been there when we have ran out of tags and groan out loud. I’m sharing four designs today, so hopefully you’ll see one that works for you this year!
🎅 Why These Work
Free – You can’t knock freebies, right? These are a simple download and easy to print. So, make as many as your printer can handle.
Modern and Current – These are trending in the more modern theme which is appealing to a lot of people. Yet, the HO HO HO and the trees are classic enough to even make your grandparents happy. There is something for everyone here.
🎄 Ho Ho Ho
🎁 Merry Christmas Wreath
📦 B&W Ho Ho Ho
🌲 Christmas Trees
Click the link to download or right click to save to your computer.
Print on 8.5×11” matte photo paper or card stock at 100% size (to preserve image quality, don’t resize if you can help it).
Trim each tag to size, make a hole with a hole punch and attach to your gifts using your favorite ribbon or string.
I tend to use standard copy paper but you can use card stock or watercolor paper, if you want to make them especially nice.
You can use a hole punch and add ribbon for a dressed up version or you can simply make donut holes for the back of the tag and tape them on the front of gifts. Either way, it is way cheap and a lot cuter than buying the little sticker ones.
Enjoy and Merry Christmas!
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