Easy DIY Christmas Gift Tags
You’ve made a list, you’ve checked it twice, and all your presents are wrapped up beautifully, right? Except if you’re anything like me, you TOTALLY FORGOT to buy gift tags when you were shopping because your toddler was having a meltdown and you were wondering if your husband would be annoyed eating eggs for dinner (again.) So, maybe that same thing didn’t happen to you, but the truth is, gift tags tend to fall far to the bottom of our Christmas priorities. And, too bad! Because let’s be honest, a well-wrapped present gets even the grinchiest of us in the holiday spirit! So this year, instead of tearing off a square of wrapping paper and scrawling someone’s name on it, let’s make some easy, affordable and oh-so-festive DIY Christmas gift tags!
I created this super beginner friendly tutorial for my friend Tasha’s site. You may know Tasha as the guru behind the (ah-MAZING) blog “Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body.” Her blog’s one of my absolute favorites (for reals, it’s incredible!) so I was beyond honored to share this tutorial on her site. To learn how to make these rustic farmhouse DIY Christmas gift tags, hop right over here. And be sure to download the free printable tags. When you make yours, be sure to snap a pic and tag me on Instagram so I can share it with the tribe.
And if you’re coming this way from Designer Trapped, welcome, welcome, welcome! We’re a happy bunch here at Home Beautifully, and we’re thrilled you popped by. Click on the “Start Here” tab up top to kick off your shoes, have a glass of bubbly, and get acquainted with the site. And if you’re looking for the free rustic printable below, hop to the Resource Collection to download this free art print. (We LUUUUURV free printables. There are dozens in the library ‘fo free. Enjoy!)
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