Looking to save some money this holiday season? Print your own Christmas tags at home! All you need is a printer, some cardstock, and a little bit of time. With a few clicks of a button, you can have professional-looking tags that are sure to impress your friends and family. Best of all, you can print as many (or as few) as you need, so you’ll never waste money on buying tags that you don’t end up using.
What Can I Use Instead Of Christmas Tags?
For many people, Christmas is a time to give gifts to family and friends. But what do you do if you don’t have any Christmas tags? You can make your own! Here are some ideas for homemade Christmas tags that you can use instead of store-bought ones:
1. Use scraps of wrapping paper or ribbon. Cut out small shapes from leftover wrapping paper or ribbon, and write the recipient’s name on each one. Attach the shapes to your gifts with tape or glue.
2. Make a collage. Cut out images from old greeting cards, magazines, or wrapping paper. Glue the images onto cardstock to create a festive collage. Write the recipient’s name on the cardstock, and cut it out into a tag shape. Hole punch the top of the tag and tie it onto your gift with string or ribbon.
How Do You Make Christmas Card Tags?
Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about those holiday cards! What’s the first thing you need for a card? A tag! But how do you make one?
Here are the supplies you’ll need:
- hole punch
- ribbon or string
- blank tags (you can find these at your local craft store)
- a printer
First, you’ll want to print out your design. You can find tons of free printables online, or you can design your own! Once you have your design, cut it out with scissors. Then, use a hole punch to make a hole at the top of each tag.
Thread ribbon or string through the holes, and tie it onto your Christmas cards. That’s it! You’ve now made your own Christmas card tags.
Printable Christmas Tags
Looking for some festive and free printable Christmas tags? Look no further! Here are four different designs that you can print at home. Just download the template, print on some heavy card stock, cut out the tags, and add a hole punch. Then you can tie them onto gifts with ribbon or string. These would also make great gift tags for homemade edible gifts like cookies or candied fruit.