It’s that time of year to start thinking of Christmas gifts and their gift wrapping. Because of that I created these printable Christmas gift tags. This post is a part of the Team Creative Crafts monthly blog hop so at the end of the post there will be a whole lot of other gift wrapping ideas. Make sure to stay tuned till the end to see them.

Disclosure: Post contains affiliate links, read my full disclosure HERE. When using these Christmas gift tags you can obviously use them however you would like in your gift wrapping. But, I am going to share with you how I intend on using them.

 The first thing I did was cut out the Christmas gift tags (I printed them on white card stock). Then I punched a hole in the top right corner. Then I added some red bakers twine through the hole I punched. I wrapped my gift in kraft paper so that my Christmas gift tag would stand out. I added some Christmas ribbon to the gift and tied off the Christmas gift tag to the center of that ribbon. That’s all there is to it. I love how the tag stands out with the kraft paper wrapping. If you would like to download these Christmas gift tags to use on your own gift download them below. And, make sure to check out the other gift craft ideas.

Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags

Team Creative Crafts Gift Wrap Crafts

Laura from Me and INKlings has created the most adorable Felt Gift Card Holder with a pocket for the card AND a pocket for a little surprise as well!

Did you ever wonder How to Wrap Gifts with Fabric instead of paper? Well, Smitha from Smiling Colors has a fun tutorial complete with hand lettered gift tags!

Justine from Little Dove is sharing How to make an English-style Christmas Cracker your guests will love! Perfect for all your parties this holiday season.

Learn how to make a Crocheted Stocking Gift Card Holder from Erica at 5 Little Monsters. We love that she always includes the step-by-step patterns!

Katie the Crafty Blog Stalker will teach you how to make Personalized Santa Sacks with a Free SVG file!Perfect for all the kiddos on your Christmas List.

Create Personalized Gift Bags this holiday season with a complete step-by-step tutorial from Chelly at We Can Make That!

Beth with Creatively Beth is sharing three ways to create DIY Handmade Wrapping Paper with Tombow Dual Brush Pens.

Learn how to make Free Printable Paper Bows with her exclusive downloadable file from Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama – BRILLIANT!

Beth with Creatively Beth is sharing 12 Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags that you can download, print, and color! The perfect activity to complete with the kids.

Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer? We can’t believe how stinking cute this Mini Snowman Pinata is fromLindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama.

Laura from Me and My INKlings has created an adorable and Reusable DIY Stenciled Gift Bag and is sharing the free printable file, too!

Download and print the cutest set of Christmas Sticker Tags hand drawn by Liz of Liz on Call. Since they are stickers, they won’t fall off the presents!

Heather from Homemade Heather loves to bake. These Snowflake Cookies and Winter Gift Tags are perfect for gift giving this holiday season!

Michelle of Michelle’s Party Plan-It is sharing a fun and festive set of Snowmen Money Holders that she

created with her Cricut.

Personalize your Holiday Gift Bags with this fun tutorial from Candice of She’s Crafty. A fun activity to make with the kiddos on a cold afternoon!

Jane from DIY by Jane is teaching everyone how to make elegant Embroidered Holiday Gift Tags that are also quick and easy!

We love gifts that work double duty. This Handmade Woodland Gift Wrap with Gift-able Ornament is a brilliant idea shared by Beth of the Ruffled Daisy.

Diana from the Girl Creative is sharing simple and sophisticated Rustic Farmhouse Printable Christmas Gift Tags that timeless and budget friendly.

If you need a super easy trick for Packaging and Presenting Homemade Jewelry Gifts. Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings has you covered with a simple tutorial.

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