Download Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags Using Your Home Printer and a Few Pieces of Cardstock.
If you are a last-minute gift wrapper like me, these Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags are perfect!
Choose from 80+ gift tags, print out your favorites, cut them out, and add them to your gifts!
I cut these gift tags out using my Slice Kraft Knife. I also used my Kraft Knife for cutting ribbon, wrapping paper, and packaging. It definitely came in handy while I was getting everything prepared for the upcoming holiday!
Free Printable Christmas Gift Tag Bundle Includes
This free printable gift tag bundle includes 12 sheets of 80+ tags with adorable Christmas-themed sayings and designs.
Some gift tags have "To:" and "From:" for personalization, and some don’t.
Personally, I like to print off the ones with the To: and From: on sticker paper, and for the ones without, I use cardstock and write the names on the back of the tag.
Christmas Gift Tags - Free Printables
The gift tags come in a variety of shapes, and colors, and measure around 3-6 inches depending on which tag you choose to print.
I've included gift tags for neighbor gifts, Santa, teachers, friends, and more!
- Home Printer- I used my Canon Pixma Printer
- Cardstock, Photo Paper, or Sticker Paper
- Slice Kraft Knife or Scissors
- Hole Punch
What Type of Paper is Best?
You could use regular copy paper, but they’re more prone to tearing compared to card stock. I recommend using 60 - 100lb card stock if you want a sturdier, thicker gift tag.
When it comes to getting the best quality prints that aren't faded, the color of your card stock matters. If you use an off-white card stock, your prints may look faded, like the image below.
I recommend using bright-white card stock to get vibrant colors in your prints for best results.
Sticker paper is also a great option that works best with these gift tags. Sticker paper gives you the same vibrant results as regular photo paper but with the addition of adhesive.
Pro Tip: Use matte sticker paper if you want minimal glare.
Next, Let's go over the print settings to achieve vibrant, high-quality gift tags.
The print settings may vary depending on the printer and material used.
First, choose the sheet of gift tags you would like to print.
To get the best-quality print, I select Media & Quality from the dropdown menu, change the Feed From to Rear Tray, and Media Type to Photo. Then, set the Quality to Best.
In my printer settings- I changed the paper setting for the rear tray to Letter-Matte.
Finally, print out your gift tags!
These settings worked for me, but you may have to play around with your printer settings to see what works best for your specific printer.
Once you've printed off your tags, simply cut along the border of each tag. I like to use my Slice Kraft Knife paired with a ruler for crisp, sharp cuts.
Have so much fun with these gift tags, and happy holidays!
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