We're obsessed with the hand-drawn look of these adorable gift tags! A patterned tag is the perfect addition to solid gift wrap, and can carry a more personal note on the reverse side. A more traditional tag pairs well with a pretty patterned wrap in a coordinating color scheme.
Make a bold statement with simple, modern tags atop a solid wrapping paper. The contrast of colors and shapes really makes the tag's greeting pop.
These beautiful tags by Esther Clark are the perfect way to dress up a rustic package. Use brown craft paper and twine to wrap the present, and add a bonus sprig of berries or leaves to complement the tag.
Need a quick gift to lift someone's spirits? Send warm thoughts with a mug of cocoa mix and a handwritten note on the back of a Christmas tree gift tag. For a larger gift, make the tag slightly bigger by backing it with a layer of complementary paper and cutting around the tag, leaving a wide border.
A poinsettia tag is perfect for gifts in classic Christmas colors and neutrals alike. Pair with craft paper or red and green wrapping paper, and add a little extra pop to your gift with a collection of small ornaments tied on wtih the tag.
With its unique shape -- think teardrop crystals on a chandelier -- this gift tag gives packages an extra bit of fanciness. Punch a hole at the top of the gift tag to attach it with string, twine, raffia, or ribbon in a coordinating color.
These brightly-colored tags add a big pop of color to a gift wrapped in solid wrapping paper. The holiday sayings on these tags add a little something extra to your holiday cheer. The tags also provide a large blank space on the reverse side to add a heartfelt note.
A big round gift tag is the perfect label for a small square box. A fun design adds extra oomph. Bonus: Laminate this gift tag to keep it as a Christmas Ornament keepsake for years to come.
These nature-themed tags perfectly capture the rustic charm of a freshly-cut Christmas tree. Pair these pretty tags with bright string or ribbon and add a sprig of evergreen to the top of the gift for an extra pop of cheer.
With its vivid design, this star gift tag is an eye-catcher -- perfect for drawing someone to homemade goodies inside a container. Bonus: Use the back of this tag to add the recipe when giving homemade treats!
Jumbo rickrack trimming on a tin plays off the ornate red and white borders that run along the ends of this rectangular gift tag. To coordinate the gift tag and the tin, play off the color scheme and hot-glue red rickrack around a white container.
A band of red framing a center diamond gives the illusion of layering, as well as an extra pop of color to this unique gift tag. Tie a stack of gifts together with ribbon and add this tag to the side to visually link the packages together.
This oval holiday tag adds a little something special to any gift, and the blank center of the tag is the perfect spot to add a special title or message, something other than the basic "to" and "from." Attach it with a big bow for a look that stands out.
Simply bag and tag, and you have sweet little somethings to put out as place settings, use as party favors, or leave on desks for teachers or coworkers. Bonus: It's easy to tote! Just tie the bag with a ribbon, or use double-sided tape to attach the tag directly to the bag.
Doling out season's greetings is as easy as draping a graphic tag around the top of a wrapped gift. So simple!
-- Use butcher paper, grocery bags (turned inside-out so printing doesn't show), or newspaper for gift wrap and string or twine for ribbon.
With a tag used as a label, a bottle of the recipient's favorite beverage serves as a fun and functional place card or party favor.
Recycled wrappings perk right up when topped with a gift tag bordered in bold red, pink, and white dots. Embellish the gift tag with a pen or adhesive letters; spell out the recipient's name or a short message such as "Joy."