These free printable Christmas tags in pink add a little bit of whimsy to your gifts, and they’re editable so you just download, type to personalize, print, and tie onto your Christmas gifts.
My latest customizable Christmas tags feel a little Whoville to me. Hand-drawn ornaments hang from dark green Christmas tree branches, and there’s plenty of room below to add “To and From” for your family, friends and teacher gifts too. The three tags are slightly different so your gifts will look consistent yet still have a little variety.
Type to personalize my Christmas gift tags printable
These personalized Christmas tags are really fast and easy to make – just download the free editable Christmas tags, open in Adobe Reader, and type to personalize them for teacher Christmas gifts or neighbors, family and friends.
These whimsical free printable Christmas tags really dress up plain wrapping paper. We wrapped our Christmas gifts in brown kraft paper with gold sparkles, and you could use either plain kraft paper or white paper or even striped. Or just hang these customizable Christmas tags onto wine bottles for welcome holiday hostess gifts.
And be sure to check out my printable mitten gift tags editable template. My mitten gift cards are perfect when you’d like a non-denominational holiday gift tags for teacher gifts at school, neighbors of different religions, and just friends and family.
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Supplies for making personalized pink free printable Christmas tags:
- Kathy’s editable free printable Christmas tags in pink
- Bright white cardstock paper
- Good paper scissors
- 1/8″ hole punch
- Chunky pink yarn
How to make pink free printable Christmas tags:
Download Kathy’s editable free printable Christmas tags in pink. Open the customizable Christmas tags PDF file in the free Adobe Reader — editable files will not work in a web browser like Firefox or Safari, so you need to download it to your desktop and open it in Adobe Reader. It will look like this:
Type into the highlighted fields to personalize the Christmas tags. You can leave any of the fields blank and they will print with just the pink background color.
Print it onto bright white paper (this is my favorite brand of white card stock paper). Cut out, punch holes, and tie onto gifts. Merry Christmas, everyone!
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