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Today I’m sharing some darling Free Printable Gift Tags! This set has pastels like lighter reds and more muted greens, aquas and even pinks and blues in fun, easy to use tags that you can print at home.
Christmas is less than 5 short weeks away…can you believe it?? Things have gotten crazy around our house. I am nearly done with my shopping for gifts and I’ve made my list of all the thing I want to get done during the holiday season using my handy-dandy Christmas Planner. Of course, we usually only do about a third of what I really want to, but that’s ok.
One of the things I always seem to forget is gift tags. I may have a closet full of gifts and beautiful wrapping paper, but I’m usually scrounging during the final countdown to Christmas to find tags…and [don’t judge] but all to often I’ve scribbled the name of the recipient in black Sharpie across the front of the package.
If you’re like me, I’ve got a solution for you! I have lots of gift tags that you can find and download on my site, plus I’ve got some new tags this year!
I love non-traditional colors for Christmas that still kind of stay with the traditional, like lighter reds and more muted greens, aquas and even pinks and blues. This set has all of those in fun, easy to use tags that you can print at home. I recommend using a good quality cardstock for printing, or have your tags printed at a print shop, like Office Depot or Staples. People often ask about the printer I use – it’s nothing fancy, but this is the one I have.
Once printed, cut the tags out with sharp scissors, punch a hole at the top, and attach the tags to your packages. The backs are blank so you can write the recipients name and a short message if you wish.
A couple of weeks ago I shared this coordinating greeting card! The cards come two to a page and are meant to be printed on cardstock, just like the tags. They fit into a note card envelope, or can be simply attached to your gift with ribbon or tape. Find the card and a printable 8×10 sign HERE.
I hope you enjoy the free printable gift tags, which can be downloaded HERE.
If you’re looking to get more organized this holiday season, be sure to check out our 2016 Christmas Planner, which includes over 25 pages of holiday organization from calendars, shopping lists and planners, menu planning, and so much more!