Make gorgeous gift wrapping simple this year with these hand-lettered glittery free printable Christmas tags. Just print, tie, and gift!
It’s the holidays, and that means I have lots of excuses for buying wrapping paper and plenty of opportunities for coming up with creative wrapping ideas. Giving and wrapping gifts is one of my very favorite parts of the holidays because sparkly paper, ribbons, and tags are some of my very favorite things.
Today I have a simple project that you can make in just moments. The amazing Core’dinations glitter prints tags make it all possible, and I will walk you through everything you need to make your own.
Supplies needed to make your own free printable Christmas tags:
- Core’dinations Glitter Prints Inkjet Printable Glitter Tags
- Silve Lame Cord or Gold Lame Cord
- Grosgrain Ribbon
- Pillow Boxes (optional)
- My Free Printable Christmas Tags > click to download
Start by downloading the glitter free printable Christmas tags HERE. The file contains 3 designs, each in 3 colors for a total of 9 tags. The designs are positioned to print perfectly on the glitter prints round tags. The glitter paper is designed to work with your home inkjet printer to create shimmering printed designs that are mess free. Once you have printed the designs on the tags, just pop each tag out of the sheet.
I love how easy the glitter tag paper makes it to create such unique and fun free printable Christmas tags! And in my book, easy is always a good thing this hectic time of year. The variety of colors make these designs coordinate with lots of different styles of paper and ribbon.
I hope you will find one or three free printable Christmas tags that you love and will work well for your gifts this season!
Gifting a gift card this season? You’ll want to check out this printable DIY gift card boxes tutorial next. Happy Making and Happy Holidays!
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Alexis Middleton is a lifelong crafter/DIYer and blogger at Persia Lou. She started crafting at a young age. As a girl, she spent summers with her grandmother crocheting baby doll afghans, making coasters out of plastic canvas and yarn, and canning apricot jam. Today, Alexis spends a lot of time dreaming up and working on projects for her family’s home. She loves mixing traditional crafting techniques with a more modern aesthetic.