FREE Printable Christmas Tags

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Don’t spend precious moments filling in lots of little gift tags. Use these auto-fill tags to save time and wrap a cuter package.

Last year I shared with you a set of fillable gift tags to make your Christmas wrapping easier. You can download those for FREE here. This year, I’ve got another set to fit a range of design and color themes.

Today’s free printables are a set of three different designs:

Download each design and print them off on card stock and cut them apart. Easy peasy.

Again this year, I’ve got a small stockpile of gifts growing in my closet. Thankfully, I needed gifts for this picture so that was needed motivation to start wrapping. (You’re so good for me!) But, I typically wait until Christmas Eve.

Do you wrap as you go or wait for the marathon wrapping session?

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  1. I’m a marathon wrapper and a poor one at that. I don’t even use gift tags. I take sharpie markers of varying colors and write directly on the wrapping paper. I really am bad at the gift giving thing in every aspect of it. Not my “gift”, pun intended. 🙂

    • Jessica Fisher says

      Since I do the marathon also, it ends up being sloppy and sharpie pen at the end. LOL

  2. I love love love your lables!!! Thank you so much for offering them to your readers every year!! They adorned my gifts last year and will again this year!!!
    Thank you again!!

  3. AllieZirkle says

    We haven’t started shopping yet (darn it!), so hopefully we’ll have some gifts purchased here shortly for a marathon session! My youngest is 22 months so there wouldn’t be gifts under the tree until December 24th anyway lol

    🙂 Allie

    • Jessica Fisher says

      We have NEVER ever put presents under the tree. By default (little ones) I put them out on Christmas Eve. I think that’s going to be how the big kids expect it from now on. I created a tradition. 😉

  4. Thanks for the free Christmas tag printables 🙂 Have a great week. Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather 🙂

  5. I always put mine out on Cmas Eve as well. 🙂 Ha!

  6. Beautiful tags. love that you can fill in the names. Thank you for sharing.

  7. You are a lifesaver! I am sick as a DOG, and my mom graciously took the three who were too sick for school to her house so that I could frantically wrap their gifts in my feverish state. I ran out of homemade tags that I make from last year’s Christmas cards, and your printable saved the day! THANK YOU!

  8. Rebecca says

    Thanks so much for sharing these!! Is it possible to change the font size in the “from” field? Our name doesn’t fit.

  9. Thank you so much for the delightful tags. My wrapping paper this year is blue and white, so these match perfectly. Thanks for all your hard work.

  10. Hi! Thanks for these wonderful tags. I am a marathon wrapper and I like printable tags as my handwriting tend to be sloppy after wrapping.. lol!

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