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Printable Christmas Gift Tags

These printable Christmas gift tags are absolutely free and would be so cute for kids, teachers, or family with bright wrapping paper! Just print on card stock.

These printable Christmas gift tags are absolutely free and would be so cute for kids, teachers, or family with bright wrapping paper! Just print on card stock.

Here's your friendly reminder…if you haven't started wrapping presents yet, this is a little nudge. 😉

I'm an all-at-once kind of wrapper. I like to spread out all of my wrapping paper/tulle/scissors/tape all over the living room floor and just get it all over with at once. I usually try to tackle this early in the season (I love the look of pretty wrapped presents under the tree), but with the craziness of the Journey to Clean launch last week, I haven't really done much yet. So, I thought I'd whip up these pretty printable gift tags to give me (and you) a little bit of motivation!

If you haven't noticed yet, I kind of like this color scheme. It's the one I used on my blog design and use in Journey to Clean, Year of Intent, and the Freezer Meal Boot Camp packs. It's just so bright and versatile, and coincidentally, makes for a really pretty winter/Christmas color scheme!

I also thought I'd do something to pair with what is probably my favorite wrapping paper in the world – and you'll never believe where it's from. I find the pretty solids/simple patterns that you see in the background of most of my printable posts from…wait for it…Dollar General. I've searched high and low for other bright (but simple) patterns and just keep coming back to these. As of a couple of weeks ago they were still available – check your local one to see if they're available!

You can download this totally free set of Christmas gift tags here. I recommend using card stock to print these. Simply cut them out (a paper cutter helps), punch holes in the bigger ones (a standard hole punch should work), and you're ready to tag!

And, if you want to check out how I make the gift bows in these images, you can click here for the (ridiculously easy) tutorial.

Merry Christmas…now go knock out that wrapping!

 

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