Printable Christmas Gift Tags
Then the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord.
My all time favourite season is just round the corner!
The season of Love brought about by the greatest gift of all. The gift that brought about peace and joy.
So as we begin this season of giving, let me give you this gift: CHRISTMAS GIFT TAGS!
With the collaboration with Palatable Words and Small Soldier who provided me with those lovely calligraphy, we created Printable Christmas Gift Tags for the season!
Whether is it buying gifts of making personal gifts/bakes for your friends and love ones- wrap it up and end it off with a Christmas tag, writing personal blessings and wishes at the back!
5 Printable formats: A4 sized paper ( 8 or 16 per page, plain or patterned paper)
-Use thicker paper/card to print the tags
-If using a ready patterned paper, choose a design with lighter tone, print the plain layouts.
-if you have a paper cutter at home, use it to achieve straight cuts. (Penknife and ruler works well too!)
Here are the PDF formats! Click on the link, save it, print it!
Choose A4 size, Colour and print!
1) For Bigger gifts, use this bigger sized tags (8 tags per A4 paper)
Printing on Plain coloured paper (preferably white, for colours to stand out) – BakesnDoodlesChristmasTags 8
Printing on light coloured patterned paper- BakesnDoodlesChristmasTagsPlain 8
2) For smaller gifts, use this smaller sized tags (16 tags per A4 paper)
Printing on Plain coloured paper (preferably white, for colours to stand out)- BakesnDoodlesChristmasTags 16
Printing on light coloured patterned paper- BakesnDoodlesChristmasTagsPlain 16
Here are some examples! Get creative! You can even use them as bookmarks!
As we celebrate this season of giving, let someone know you are thinking of them
Have a Blessed Christmas
“Hark the herald angels sing, “Glory to the new-born king.”
Peace on earth, and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled! “