I love wrapping gifts, especially during Christmas. I’m also very strategic about my wrapping. I love gift wrap from Costco or I make my own wrapping paper. I also use my own Christmas gift tags to save money.
Sometimes if I am feeling super lazy, I just write directly on the package with a sharpie. Most of the time I try to be slightly more clever.
Typically I cut apart old greeting cards, create a tag out of butcher paper or paper grocery bags and make a gift tag. However this year I created some Christmas gift tags to use for my holiday packages.
I recommend printing these Christmas gift tags on cardstock. I keep a package of bright white cardstock in my office closet all year long. If I’m not using it for a craft project, my kids are using it for one of their projects.
Use a small hole paper punch or the tip of a pencil or pen to put a hole in the top of the Christmas gift tags. Use decorative holiday ribbon to attach the tag to a gift bag, jar, or package.
The circle tags are formatted so you can print them on Avery 5294 labels. These labels are peel and stick so you don’t need tape to affix them on your gifts.
There are 12 circles on a page of Avery 5942 labels, which match the printable we’re using. You can also stick the circle labels on small mason jar lids.
Save time and money this year by downloading our free Christmas gift labels. They are black and white so you can use them with any color scheme. For a rustic look, print them on cream colored cardstock instead of bright white.