I know it's so easy to just grab a pack of gift tags at the dollar store and be done with it, but nothing says you care like a beautiful, handmade gift tag. The gift could just be wrapped in newspaper or a plain brown paper bag, but it will look like a million bucks with a creatively crafted gift tag on top. Here are some great ideas for Christmas gift tags that are pretty enough to keep and even hang on the tree.
A hand-embroidered gift tag is really striking — and there are so many iconic shapes to choose from that are easy to create with french knots and straight stitches. This how-to also shows the option of embroidering an initial on the tag for the gift recipient's name.
Don't throw out the holiday cards you get when the season's over — upcycle them into gift tags for next year. This tutorial has a video
to show you how fun and easy it is to make windowpane-style gift tags.
Snips of winter greens from your yard make perfect little mini wreaths
to adorn your presents. Use pine or rosemary for a little aromatherapy action, or use silk greenery to last longer.
This how-to video shows you just how easy it can be to make cute, contemporary DIY gift tags with your favorite colors and a few basic paper punches.
Such a great reason to dig into your stash of buttons! This tutorial includes a free printable for the mason jar illustration. I think this gift tag could live on the fridge or bulletin board long after the gift has been given.