We love the way this modern look makes a bold statement. Solid paper and a pop of bright ribbon pair perfectly with more traditional holiday elements like a sprig of evergreen and these adorable tree tags.
Brown paper packages are one of our favorite things. Doll yours up with our free gift tags: A pair of mittens, a green-stamp design, and a striped "To: From:" rectangle. Together they make a nostalgic trio.
Give a two-in-one gift this year; these fun gift card holders double as cute gift tags! Make your own set of tags with a few paper towel tubes and some patterned paper—then simply slide a gift card into the holder and attach it to a ribbon.
A bright holiday-print tag adds a pretty pop of color to a package wrapped in classic brown paper and twine. Print on one side of the cards so you can add a personalized message on the opposite side. Add a sprig of leaves or berries to make your packages extra festive; bonus points if your embellishments match the tags!
The slate background color of this Christmas gift tag gives it a trendy chalkboard look. We make this tag extra easy to make by giving you the printable version. Simply click, print, and tie.
We love the bright, hand-drawn quality of these fun tags! Use the sweater-patterned tag to upscale any solid wrapping paper and top off with a yarn or twine bow. And we're pretty sure the tree tag is so cute, it will match any kind of wrapping paper!
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.
Create a set of personalized tree tags for each of your gifts this year. Cut out tree shapes from air-dry clay and decorate each one with paint. Our favorite part about these is that the tags double as an ornament for the recipient to keep!
This might be the most adorable gift tag you make all year. Stack fuzzy white pom-poms to form the body of a very fluffy snowman, and use real twigs to create arms for your very own Frosty. Use hot glue to attach the arms and use more twig pieces to create a matching hat. It's the cutest snuggly snowman we've ever seen!
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.
We love the fact that these colorful, festive tags go with any kind of gift wrap! Use them on a simple package like one wrapped in craft paper or solid wrapping paper, or add them to a patterned wrap or gift bag.
Have some fun outfitting a snowman made from differently-sized clear or white buttons! Attach the buttons to the tag with glue, and add a paper carrot nose, red ribbon scarf, and paper or inked-on top hat. Make a whole batch of these adorable tags so each person on your gift list gets a personalized snowman!
Just print and punch to get this scallop-edge tag; it's that easy! Since this one doesn't require glue or craft materials, it's one that would be perfect on food gifts. Attach to a cookie tin or a jar of hot chocolate mix for a cozy and cute winter gift.
The lucky recipient might just burst into song when they receive this adorable 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 or matching brads.
A round tag rimmed with circle designs is a playful way to label your Christmas gifts. Use sticker letters to add a name to the middle of the tag or get creative and hand-letter the recipient's name.