Christmas Gift Tags – Free Printable!
Happy Christmas Season! It’s hard to believe Christmas is only a few weeks away. I’ve started a little bit of online shopping, but I still have lots to go.
We did get our tree up and decorations out after Thanksgiving. Only our outside lights remain to be hung. We’ll do that this coming weekend.
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Christmas Gift Traditions
As I start thinking about more shopping and wrapping gifts, I’m reminded of how I run out of gift tags every year. I end up cutting out little pieces of leftover wrapping paper and folding them into a makeshift tag.
When my three children were small, we wrapped lots of gifts individually. While we didn’t spend much money, we wanted them to have many presents to open. I have five siblings, so my memories of Christmas morning included wading through an ocean of wrapping paper to get to our gifts.
I wanted those same memories for our kids!
Now that they’re older, we try to be extra thoughtful with our gifts for them and also try to not overwhelm the morning. With fewer gifts, we can spend more time playing games and watching movies.
Also, with fewer gifts, we never need as many gift tags. That’s why I like printing our own. I’m excited to share the ones I created and use here with you!
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These printable Christmas gift tags are designed to be printed on Avery 5160 labels. If you’re looking at a different brand, please note that they are 1 X 2 5/8 inch.
If you get that size, they ‘should’ be comparable. However, just a warning, I haven’t tried any other brand but the Avery labels, so I can’t promise.
I used my HP Deskjet printer to print mine. Any deskjet or inkjet printer should do. I’ll leave that part up to you.
Simply click HERE or on the image below to download yours.
I pray you find use out of extra gift tags this Christmas. Let me know if you have questions. Merry, Merry Christmas!