Do you need some last minute Christmas labels? Why pay retail price for Christmas tags when it is so easy to make your own?
These Christmas gift tags will look perfect on your holiday presents and you can just print them out right on your printer at home!
If you have kids, who are on Santa’s nice list, hoping to see presents under the tree from Santa Claus, make sure you check out our posts with Santa’s address and the official Santa phone number so they can give him their Christmas list!
Hand made Christmas gift tags show the recipient of the gift that you have taken special care to make their package show your love.
If you are looking for some suggestions for ways to wrap your gifts, check out these creative Christmas gift wrap ideas.
Print Your Own Christmas Labels
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I love gifts that have a hand made look to them, so I tweaked a few of my favorite graphics editors to give them a festive Christmas look. Just click on the image below or click here to print them out to use on your packages for Christmas gift tags. The tags can be printed on glossing photo paper, or heavy card stock to give a more professional look. How easy is that? Click, print and add them to your wrapped gifts!
The labels have an old fashioned rustic look to them that makes them ideal for adding to packages wrapped in plain brown paper while still giving a custom look. The sheet of Christmas gift tags includes 12 individual labels, each just a bit different from the others to give a unique look to your packages.
Adding these Christmas gift tags to packages
Add a more festive touch by punching a hole in the label with a hole punch after you cut them and adding some slim holiday ribbon. Your recipients will now that the gift was prepared with love!
If you want to write more than what will fit on these gift tags, tape a Christmas card to the package! Then you can write as much as you like!
You could always add some faux poinsettias to the ribbon for even more holiday cheer. National Poinsettia Day falls in December, making it a symbol of the entire month!
I made these cute Christmas labels with PicMonkey: a great tool for crazy-awesome photo editing. They have recently changed their membership to allow for access to all the editing tools and is well worth the small cost if you enjoy customizing graphics for crafts.
I use the site all the time to make printables that can be framed or used as gift cards. I highly recommend their program.
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