Have you ever wrapped a gift feeling that’s it not quite good enough? These Christmas tag ideas help boost that fanny pack or beer hat gift to new levels of excitement.
How to make Christmas tags
Getting the basic shape of a tag is the first challenge. To help you, I made a print of tags in different sizes.
You can use the print as a template to cut out tags. The printable takes the guesswork out of how long to make the tag or place the corner cuts.
DIY tag materials
The materials to make tags to spruce up those off the wall gifts is endless. If you have a way to cut it, it’s a tag.
Use the template to make wood, metal, or cut out cookie dough to make edible tags.
Ideas for wood tags
Paint with chalkboard paint. The receiver can erase your message and reuse the tag to label the popcorn container. Make a set of chalkboard tags, and it turns into a gift.
Decoupage a Christmas card on the wood.
Handpaint and add hand lettering, or even better, let the little ones do the art.
Other items to glue on wood tags
DIY Live Videos
Make sure to follow the DIY activity on Country Design Style’s Facebook page. There’s a tractor full of 5 – 10 minute DIY projects.
Of course, the easiest way to make tags and get a laugh is downloading these holiday tags.
If pretty tags are more your style, these soft printable old wood tags might make your toes tingle!
They’ll love your DIY Christmas tags so much they might wear that fanny pack.
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