Get Wrapping with Free Printable Gift Tags

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a little stash of Christmas presents growing in my closet. And if I want to sleep at all on Christmas Eve, then I need to get wrapping.

I am notorious for leaving it to the last minute, when really, there is no excuse. If you shop ahead, you should wrap ahead!

So, this past weekend, I made sure that I had enough of what I needed to get started.

  • Wrapping paper? Check.
  • Tape? Check.
  • Scissors? Check.
  • Ribbon? Check.

Now what about tags? Well, as cute as the tags at the store are, I decided I wanted to try something different this year. I messed around on my computer and came up with these fillable gift tags.

There are two designs, a Holiday Snowflake tag and a Christmas Holly tags.

Each design has fillable fields. Just click next to “To” and fill in the name of the recipient on each tag. Click next to the word “From” and type in your name once. The document will autofill your name throughout all the tags. You might need to click a second “from” box for them to appear, but they will.

How’s that for handy dandy?!

Each page “should” fit an Avery business card template, so you can print them on business cards and have sturdy, customized gift cards that snap apart in a matter of seconds.

But, if you want something quick without a trip to the store (like me), you can print them on regular paper or cardstock. You’ll just need scissors or a straight-edge cutter to cut the cards apart.

Now, that’s a wrap!

What do YOU do to make gift wrapping easier?

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I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. Thanks so much for making the gift tags and being willing to share them. They look so nice and will make the holiday season easier for me!

  2. Thanks for the tags! I love them!! I think you should design ones for other occasions as well! 🙂

  3. A good idea, along with this, is to make a master list of all the gifts you got for everyone. I have wrapped gifts early, then forgotten what I wrapped or didn’t remember if I got a certain component for it, etc. A master list (well hidden where big and little eyes can’t find it!) really helps out with those forgetful moments!

  4. Thank you! I already printed out a page! 🙂 BTW, I would love to know how you created these fillable tags….what program do you use?

  5. Thanks for these…….with make my gift wrapping so much easier!!

  6. Shannon says

    Beautiful. More crafty than my usual Dollar Tree sticky labels. Good Job.

  7. AllieZirkle says

    i like them! ubber cute 🙂

  8. Thank you! I love them! And my daughter (7) will love choosing the cardstock and “making” them for our gifts too!

  9. Kristen says

    Thank you! You make my life so much easier, first your recipes, now this. Thank you, and Merry Christmas!

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