5 Christmas Gift Tag Ideas

You handcrafted fluffy bows and ordered unique novelty gift wrap for this year’s holiday gift wrapping extravaganza. Don’t even consider jotting a quick to/from on the gift with a pen. This year, embellish your beautiful packages with one of these eye-catching DIY Christmas gift tag ideas.

Candy Cane Tags

Transform plain, paper gift tags from the craft store into a bonus gift. Secure a candy cane to each tag with a piece of holiday ribbon to make a three-dimensional, festive gift tag. This idea is perfect for kid’s gifts or anyone who loves sweet treats at the holidays.

Upcycle Old Cards

Do you have a stack of favorite holiday greeting cards tucked away in a drawer? Give them new life. Use a pair of scalloped-edge scrapbooking scissors, cookie cutters, or a dye-cutter to trim out the imagery on the card. Then, use the plain back to write a short greeting and name the gift recipient. Tape or tie the gift tag to the present using narrow ribbon, twine, or yarn.

Paint Chip Gift Tags

If you’ve been remodeling a home, you know how quickly paint chip samples pile up. Don’t toss them; upcycle them! Trim red, green, blue, gold, silver, and white tags into seasonal shapes using stencils or patterns. These add a pop of color to simple white butcher or brown Kraft paper-wrapped packages.

Santa Gift Tags

Need a splash of red and white to top your presents? These adorable Santa tags are a perfect craft for tweens to teens put together. As a bonus, Santa’s beard folds down so you can tuck a short message inside.

Scrapbook Gift Tags

Give your “To:” and “From:” tags a layered, scrapbook feel this year. Use festive papers, stickers, felt, stamps, buttons, glitter glue, and decorative tape to create some tiny works of art. Use these tags to enhance gift boxes, bags, and even gift card holders!

So, are you totally into gift wrapping mode now? Be sure to stock up on wrapping paper, gift bags, gift card holders, bows, ribbon, and embellishments. Shop Current Catalog’s holiday supplies online now!

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