Christmas Gift Tags

Eric and I will be picking out our Christmas tree tonight and finishing up the decorating in our home. Year after year, setting up that Christmas tree is what really gets me in the Christmas spirit. It’s what starts my dreaming about all the Christmas treats, carols, and gifts for my loved ones.

Wrapping Christmas presents is truly one of my favorite parts of the season. Just how the three wise men brought their gifts to Jesus, its meaningful for me to find or hand-make a thoughtful present for a loved one and wrap it beautifully. It helps express my love and care for them.

This year, Eric and I decided to create our own little gift tags rather than purchasing them. Eric’s a wiz at photoshop so it only took about an hour or two to get them all set. He’s so kind to give his time and expertise to help make my ideas come to life.

Christmas Gift Tags

I wanted to share the gift tags on here for any of you who might want to use them as well. The Christmas Gift Tags PDF is posted below, just click the link! You can print these out on any paper you’d prefer, but I would recommend using card stock so the tags are a little sturdier. I think these tags would look really pretty printed on craft paper too, but we don’t have any right now.

Christmastime Gift Tags

You simply cut along the dotted line and then attach them to your gift. The round ones are a little trickier to cut out, but they are oh so pretty! Normally I would punch a hole in them and tie them to the gift with a dainty ribbon or twine, but I left my hole puncher at work this week and I didn’t have the patience to wait until next week!

These are the mini clothespins I used, the 1″ size. The beautiful wrapping paper is from Rifle Paper Co. I picked out this one and this one.

Christmas Gift Tags

Christmas Gift Tags

Well, I should probably start clearing a space out for the Christmas tree now. I just wanted to hop on and share these with you.

If I haven’t told you recently, thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog. It means more than you know. I hope you all are having a Merry Christmastime!