One of the best parts of gift giving for me it the wrapping of the gift. I love using plain gift wrapping paper embellished with whatever I can find… string, ribbon, washi tape, stickers, stamps or even a combination of a couple of these. Last comes the gift tag which just adds that finishing touch to a gift. Sometimes I make my own but most often I turn to the free gift tags that you can print, especially since so many of them are just gorgeous. I’ve been on the hunt for some and these are a few of my favourtie free printable gift tags for this year:
Love the grey-blue/pink colour combo (pictured above) and the delicate pattern of the tags at the top while the red and white ones are simple but still so stylish and you can even customise with your own special message if you want to. Head here for the blue/pink gift tags and here for the red and white tags.
These deer and bear tags are both cute and quirky and come in lovely colours. I’m so loving the long ones with the standing deer and the bear. Here’s where you’ll find these free holiday tags to download.
These pretty patterned gift tags are so fresh and summery, perfect if you’re celebrating Christmas in a hot and sunny place like Australia or Argentina. But I’m quite tempted to use them in freezing London too just to add that splash of sunshine to my gifts. You’ll find these free patterned tags at Eat Drink Chic.
For something a bit more traditional and wintery, I love these simple and sweet tags. The over-sized lettering and the tiny tree, snowflake and reindeer print looks so lovely. You can print these free gift tags at Love vs. Design.
These two are actually free printable gift wrap but you could easily customise them in to gift tags by printing and sticking on card. The snowman one is so cute and would look great on kids gifts while the tree and gift design is chic and modern and would add a stylish touch to any gift. You’ll find both these to print over at Bloesem.
Last, I really like these bold single coloured tags with sweet and happy messages on them. I love the way they’ve paired them with matching coloured wrapping paper which I think makes them even more striking. But if you prefer, you could get contrasting gift wrap too. You’ll find these downloads over at Hey Look.