Christmas gift tags are easy to make. Just round up some of your leftover supplies and you'll be all set.
You're almost done with your shopping. You're getting ready to start the gift wrapping, but what about making some holiday gift tags? They'll be the perfect personal touch for those Christmas present tags and gift bag tags. They're easy to make and don't take much time at all. And why not use up some of those leftover scraps from those handmade Christmas cards you made earlier?
I started with Poppy Parade and Early Espresso tags that I cut out using my Taylor Made Tags Dies. The White Glittered Organdy Ribbon was perfect for attaching them together with enough flexibility to write on the second tag.
One of the Santa Train Dies was used to cut out the Santa from the corresponding paper… so easy! If you're in a time crunch you don't want to worry about coloring anything in.
I stamped the “Ho Ho Ho” on a scrap of Poppy Parade cardstock and then die cut it out with the second smallest circle die from the Stylish Shapes Dies. A little glue was used for the Santa and the sentiment and I was done!
You could easily whip out a bunch of these Christmas gift tags in an hour or so.
What You'll Need
Below you'll find what I used to create this handmade gift tag. The Santa's Delivery stamps and the coordinating dies are retiring very soon. If you want them don't delay! Just click on a photo below for more information or to order.
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Here's a whimsical Christmas card using the same designer paper and dies.