Looking for some free printable Christmas gift tags? You might just LOVE these ones! They feature cozy images and subtle shades of green and neutral tones to complement any nature-inspired, Cottagecore Christmas.
This blog post is part of a seasonal blog hop – Seasonal Simplicity – hosted by The Happy Housie. Make sure to check out all of the other Christmas printables from my blogging friends linked at the bottom of this post!
My 12 year old daughter is obsessed with all things “Cottagecore”. What’s Cottagecore, you ask? According to Wikipedia, Cottagecore is an aesthetic that “centres on traditional rural clothing, interior design, and crafts such as foraging, baking, and pottery”. To me, it’s really a new way to describe a vintage, rustic style.
Since my daughter loves this look so much (and let’s be honest – I LOVE anything Cottagecore too!), we’re now decorating our Christmas living room in this style. The tree will have a very natural look to it, and we’ll stick to neutral colours like greens, beiges and browns.
Today’s free printable Christmas gift tags have a Cottagecore aesthetic. They feature watercoloured images of natural and cozy elements like dried oranges, eucalyptus sprigs, candles and cinnamon sticks. With colours of green, soft orange, brown and gold, they’ll match lots of different Christmas decor and gift wrap.
Download your free printable Christmas gift tags by clicking on the image below:
To use your gift tags:
First, print this sheet of gift cards off on cardstock. Then, cut out the individual tags with scissors. Next, use a hole punch to create holes for ribbon or string. I tied some simple cotton string through my tags, but a gold satin ribbon would also look lovely! Use these to embellish your Christmas gifts, and write the recipients’ names on the back.
Finally, I can’t complete this post before mentioning these gorgeous, reusable gift boxes. Nemylu gifted these to me and I think they’re brilliant.
My favourite set? This tower set in Ombre Gold. It includes 3 reusable gift boxes each with sewn-in ribbon in shades of gold. The boxes are covered in a beautiful off-white cotton fabric, and you can use them year after year. Aren’t they lovely and practical?! Thanks, Nemylu!
Now, here are some more free Christmas printables from my blogging friends:
Free Printable Christmas Art for Thrifty Holiday Decorating at The Happy Housie
falalalala Three Colorful Holiday Prints at Tatertots and Jello
How to Use Free Christmas Printables as Decor at Grace in My Space
Free Inspiring Christian Christmas Printables to Frame at She Gave it a Go
Free Printable Letter to Santa at Life is a Party
Merry Little Christmas Free Printable at Clean & Scentsible
Free Printable Cozy Cottagecore Christmas Gift Tags at The DIY Mommy
Christmas Deer Watercolor Printable at Place of My Taste
Christmas Planner Pages for the Kitchen at A Pretty Life
Printable Christmas Wreath Gift Tag Stickers at Zevy Joy
Free Printable Advent Calendar at Lemon Thistle