To give your (maybe not yet) wrapped Christmas presents the finishing touch, I created these free, printable Christmas gift tags for you. Just hit the print button, cut them out and complete your gift wrapping with a personal touch.
Oh du fröhliche… (oh you joyful…) these are the first words of a famous German Christmas carol, not really my favourite, but it definitely brings back memories. And now, 1000 km away from my childhood home and also the possibility of a white Christmas, memories of my childhood Christmas are very much cherished.
So much has changed. But what I still enjoy very much is wrapping the presents beautifully. This excitement when you hand over a prettily wrapped present and immediately see the joy in the other one’s eyes! I think a beautiful presentation adds so much more value – and without a gift tag, the presentation is not complete.
To make it easier for you to turn all your Christmas presents in beautiful, personal giveaways, I created these cute gift tags for you to print. There are a few plain ones, too, so you can write a name or your own holiday greetings on.
Click on the image to download and print these Christmas gift tags:
To get your gift tags you simply need:
- printout of template on thick white or brown paper
- punch pliers / thread / paper clip / gold wire or whatever you need to attach it to the present
On the images, you see different ways to attach the tag to your present. Use the punch pliers to punch a hole, if you don’t have any, just use a normal punch or stick it on with tape or glue.
The wrapping paper in my pictures is all upcycled material…either brown paper bags that I got when I bought something or plain white print paper. With a bit of white acrylic paint or golden craft paint, every paper turns into a festive wrapping paper. Without spending extra money.
I am completely in love with these Christmas gift tags and I will definitely use the ones without text for all the birthday presents next year.
How do you wrap your Christmas presents this year? Any colour scheme? Re-using material or newly bought? Share your ideas and inspirations with us.