8 Free Printable Gift Tags for Christmas!

Printable Gift Labels

Hello Friends, It’s that time of year, the Christmas season is upon us! To add some festive embellishments to your wrapping adventures, I’ve created 8 Free printable gift tags you can easily make at home!

DIY Projects - Gift Tags decorate for christmas cheap

These gift tags are so cute, and it’s so much easier to print a bunch off then run to the store to pick some up. I printed these on a thicker card stock from Amazon, but honestly, any paper will work. Amazon selection below.

Christmas Gift Tag DIY
Holiday Gift Tags - Free Printable Tags for Christmas Presents - DIY Projects

Christmas Sweaters 🙂

I have created 8 different tags so you have a bit of variety under the tree. There are 4 tags per sheet.

Printable Gift Tags for Christmas

My favorite gift tags are these fun Christmas Sweaters. How cute are they?

Christmas Gift Tags - Free Printable
DIY Project – Printable Gift Tags

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I love making these Printables. It saves so much money, and they are so easy to print and use. They make it easy to decorate for Christmas cheap. Check out some of the other printables I’ve made.

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What are Printables?

Printables are digital files that you can download print and sometimes edit.

What kind of printables are there?

Common printables are invitations, menus, and wall art.

How do printables work?

Depending on the product, you may need to customize your printable file. Menu’s for example, you’ll want to update with your meal selection. Once you’ve made any customizations, then they can be printed on a laser or ink jet printer. Another consideration is the thickness of the paper. Wall art that’s getting framed doesn’t need to be on card stock, but menus and invitations should.