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Make Gift Tags | Holiday Crafts

Make Gift Tags | Holiday Crafts
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by in Nov 2007
Holiday countdown (make these gift tags)

Holiday countdown (make these gift tags)

Make your own tags and add a personal touch to your holiday gifts.

Matthew and Jenny Mead like to stretch the season by opening one gift apiece each day during the Twelve Days of Christmas. They make each present its own work of art by “never skimping on the embellishments.” That includes making their own gift tags.

Find more Mead creativity at Decorating Ideas from Matthew Mead.

Here are Matthew’s downloadable tags in a variety of red and green patterns, both numbered (for those of you celebrating the Twelve Days) and blank (if you’d like to write your own greeting, verse, or other sentiments of the season).

Just click on the link below, print on good-quality paper, and clip with scissors or paper cutter.

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Gift Tags with Numbers
Gift Tags Plain

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4 Responses to Make Gift Tags | Holiday Crafts

  1. marilynn shea December 16, 2008 at 8:21 pm #

    thank you for the beautiful gift tags..I printed both versions on photo paper…they look great!!

  2. Patricia Koh December 15, 2009 at 1:11 pm #

    These tags are delightful!! Thank you, Yankee Magazine, and thank you, Marilynn Shea, for the idea to print them on photo paper. I did the same and they are brilliant!! :-D

  3. maryann leblanc December 9, 2010 at 8:20 am #

    I want to comment on this gift tag idea, Ive been making gift tags every year from my christmas cards

  4. maryann leblanc December 9, 2010 at 8:22 am #

    Ive been making Christmas gift tags with my past and present Christmas cards I cut them according to the type of card and the picture or design and punch holes in the corners or to where it would look right and tie with pretty ribbon.

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