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Be different! Make unique, personalized gift toppers and tags for your friends and family. Create a homemade gift tag, or use our free gift-tag downloads to make Christmas gifts look extra special.
Outfit a snowman with a button body, ribbon scarf, paper nose, and inked hat.
No two are exactly alike! To make a snowflake tag, poke six clusters of holes around a felt tag. String contrasting yarn through the holes, and secure in the back with hot glue.
Download this beautifully edged tag and label it your way -- for a sweet girl, a best friend, or a coworker.
A pretty layered tree adds sweetness to a basic tag shape. Use a punch or hand-cut a Christmas tree shape from five scraps of green paper. Layer the scraps together and attach to a white tag mounted on a kraft paper tag.
Lucky recipients will burst into song when they receive a trio of stacked gift boxes adorned with rhinestone-studded tags. Hot-glue round white tags atop green cardstock circles, then add gems around rub-on letters.
Cut sheet-music patterned paper into a tag shape and the giftee will quickly be singing a happy tune. Glue some paper trees on top, and embellish with buttons and doo-dads.
Just print and punch for a scallop-edge tag that would look adorable on food gifts.
Create a wintry symbol on a basic gift tag in the familiar shape of a snowman. Stack fuzzy white pom-poms to form the body, and find twigs to make a hat and arms fit for Frosty.
A round tag rimmed with circle designs offers a playful way to label your Christmas gifts. Sticker letters work well in the middle.