Looking for some cute Christmas tags to add a personal touch to your gift wrapping this holiday season? Then I have a special gift for you!
In today’s roundup post, I am sharing my favorite Christmas gift tags that you can print and add to your gifts – at no extra cost. All of the different designs I have created and shared here are FREE printables made just for you!
Simply explore the festive gift tag designs below, then print and make your favorites. With all these options, there is something here that will perfectly match your holiday home decor and decorating theme!
Plus, as an added bonus, there are also some fun and easy homemade gift ideas included with matching gift tags for those as well.
It really is the most wonderful time of year! Let me help you make it extra special with these free printable tags.
These free printables make the perfect gift tags for the lover of all things vintage. The traditional red and green colors are paired with natural elements for a rustic look. With sweet messages, festive snowflakes and gorgeous holiday designs, these free gift tags are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. Enjoy printing and giving them this Christmas!
Label your gifts this season with these free Cottagecore Christmas gift tags. These templates feature cozy images and subtle shades of green and neutral tones to complement any nature-inspired Christmas theme. The beautiful greenery and wreath imagery is perfect for any nature-inspired Cottagecore Christmas!
These free printable gift tags are so cute and are sure to be a favorite for the kids! They feature Nordic-inspired images like socks, a tea kettle and sweet reindeer slippers. They also have wonderful messages on them that are perfect for handmade gifts. These are so adorable that they look like they must have been made by elves in the north pole!
Do you love Christmas carols? One of the favorites in my home is Carol of the Bells! It’s so catchy and fun. In the spirit of the festive season, I decided to design some gift tags that feature the best line of the song – “merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas”. With a simple but pleasant design, these cute Christmas tags suit any decor theme and are perfect for any gift!
To make these cute free printable Christmas tags, I used some festive watercolor images that I found and purchased from Creative Market and turned them into a printable for you! On the blog post, you’ll see that there are two download options – one is for standard use and the other is a tag with instructions to attach it to a homemade simmer pot gift. You’ll also find instructions on how to make a simmer pot gift for your family member or friend, if you are looking for some homemade gift inspiration!
These pretty and printable Christmas gift tags are made with my favorite colors – turquoise, teal and green! If you have a different color scheme this year though, you are still in luck. I’ve also included a set of black and white or blush pink and mint green gift tags, just for you! The designs feature sweet pine cones, deer, pine trees, arrows and some of my favorite lines from classic Christmas carols. I really hope you love these ones and enjoy printing and using them as much as I did.
One of my favorite gifts to give is a ‘Christmas Baking in a Tin‘ gift. This gift includes all the ingredients anyone needs to make delicious sugar cookies in a mason jar plus all the cooking utensils and tools used to prepare them all bundled in a tin basket. If this sounds like the kind of gift you would love to give, I’ve shared my free Christmas Baking Kit PDF printable. Use white cardstock and cut around the designs and use ribbon or twine to attach them to each gift element! You’ll also find all the steps you need to make the Gift in a Tin too.
These gift labels are specifically made for DIY gift baskets. These are my favorite kind of gift to give! By curating a collection of items your recipient will love, you can really show how well you know and care for them. The custom gift labels really make the perfect addition. Here you’ll find tags and inspiration for coffee survival kits, sugar cookie and hot cocoa night baskets, cozy self-care gift baskets, ice cream sundae nights, and more!
These white Christmas gift tags feature festive images of snowmen, hot cocoa and Christmas bells in shades of turquoise, pink and red. They pair perfectly with any gift and are sure to bring some extra joy to your gift wrapping. For an extra special touch, look for matching turquoise, pink or red ribbon!
Peppermint sugar scrub in a jar is surprisingly easy to make and is a sweet and luxurious homemade Christmas gift! Use these free printable sugar scrub gift tags and pair them with your favorite festive gift tag from the above choices to decorate your jar perfectly. Your gift recipient will definitely love this!
These soda pop gift tags are designed to go with a simple soda pop gift that you can DIY for less than 5 dollars! Simply purchase Jones Soda, a red and white paper straw and a faux evergreen branch. Tie the straw and tag to the soda and you’ll have a super cute gift. It’s perfect for friends, teachers, delivery drivers, or your neighbor. The kids will love helping with this one too!
Whichever printable holiday gift tags you choose, you can easily attach them to your wrapped presents! Just use a hole punch to punch a hole at the top and thread bakers twine or ribbon through the hole and tie it to your gift. It’s such a sweet, festive touch and adds some extra love to every wrapped present!
And…if it’s Christmas Eve and you’re out of paper, no stress! You can still DIY some holiday tags last-minute with old greeting cards, brown paper bags, spare wrapping paper or sticker paper.
Don’t forget to get creative with your festive designs – add glitter, personal messages or holiday theme stickers for an extra special touch.
I hope these festive and free printable Christmas tags give you some inspiration for your gift wrap. I really love them all! If you get the chance to download and use one (or more) I’d love to see it. You can share it with me on Instagram @thediymommy.
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas, friends!