Handmade Christmas Gift Tags

Hi friends,

It wouldn’t be Christmas in July without some handmade Christmas Gift Tags! These are super easy to make and will add a special touch to all of your gifts this year. πŸŽ„

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Here’s what you’ll need to make your own gift tags…

I made 2 different styles of tags using the same basic layout. Just by changing the color scheme, you can make tags to match any wrapping paper or gift bag.

To make the tags, I used the larger tag die to cut a tag from the patterned paper. I cut a tag using the smaller tag die from matching card stock. I embossed the smaller tags using the embossing folders and attached them to the larger tags.

I punched the snowflakes and Christmas trees from matching card stock and attached them to the tags, overlapping the edge of the tag.

I die cut the little round reinforcement ring from card stock and attached it to the top of the tag. Using my Crop-A-Dile, I punched a hole through the tag, added matching ribbon, and tied a knot.

These cute snowflake tags are made with non-traditional colors and have a bit of a whimsical feel. ❄️

These Christmas tree tags are made in traditional Christmas colors and have a vintage feel. I also flipped over my smaller tags so they are debossed rather than embossed for a different look. πŸŽ„

To finish off the tags, I stamped “To and From” on the back. Here’s a similar stamp to what I used.

Tags are really fun and quick to make. Craft some now so you’ll be ready when you start wrapping all those gifts in December!


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6 Responses to Handmade Christmas Gift Tags

  1. Very pretty tags!


  2. Jessica says:

    Hi. New here. Those are so beautiful. I haven’t made my own Christmas tags before. I think I’ll try these. Thank you.


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