I’m so excited to share my cute printable Christmas tags with you today! This is a set of 12 cute gift tags that which will add an adorably festive finishing touch to all your Christmas gifts.
And to make things even better, these printable Christmas gift tags are FREE so they will save you time and money this holiday season!
All you need to do is print them, cut them out (a paper trimmer really helps here) and then hang them on your gifts with baker’s twine or ribbon.
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I’ve been trying to keep my Christmas excitement at bay until after Thanksgiving
I do think there are two types of people. Those who dive head first into Christmas mode as soon as Halloween is done, and those who patiently wait until after Thanksgiving.
I am definitely in the first camp. My hubs is in the other camp. It’s a combination that makes for an interesting November!
Even though we’re not putting the tree and decorations up just yet, I’m having a lot of fun blasting the Christmas playlist while I work on festive projects like these gift tags!
I can’t wait to add these cute printable Christmas tags to all my gifts this year and finally get to line them up under the tree. I hope you enjoy using them too!
How to get your Cute Printable Christmas tags
- Click on the download link below.
- Unzip the file to your hard drive.
- Print out as many copies of your cute printable Christmas tags as you need!
The zipped download file includes two PDFs. One is formatted for US Letter paper / 8.5 x 11 inches, and the other is for A4.
Both files are otherwise identical, and contain two pages.
Page one has all 12 gift tags with the hole punch area marked. Page 2 is the same, but without the hole punch marking, so you can choose which version you’d rather print.
For the best results I’d recommend printing your gift tags on a good quality heavy white cardstock. Some printers struggle printing on heavy cardstock, so if that’s you then try using heavy paper instead.
I find a paper trimmer really helpful for quickly cutting out my gift tags.
Then punch through the top with a hole punch (I love this one).
All that’s left is to thread some pretty ribbon or baker’s twine through the hole, and hang your gift tags on your wrapped gifts or gift bags.
Ready for your gift tags? Download the PDF file below!
Click the BLUE DOWNLOAD BUTTON below to get your free printable Christmas gift tags!