#6. Snowman Nose Gift Tags
I think these Snowman Nose gift tags made by Confessionsofastampingaddict are so so cute. She has used a patterned paper for the basis of the gift tag then stuck on half a circle for the snowman’s head and a triangle for its nose and then a cute smile made of black dots. Simple but really cute.
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#7. Glitter Christmas Gift Tags
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most effective. Aren’t these glitter christmas gift tags from Dreamalittlebigger.com stunning? The kids will have fun dipping tags into glue and glitter!
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#8. Snowman Gift Tags
These Snowman Gift Tags from Flowerbug are super cute and very straightforward to make. You’ll need different coloured card and scissors and glue.
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#9. Penguin Gift Tags
These penguin gift tags from Crafts Unleashed caught my eye because you can either make them from card for gift tags or felt for Christmas tree ornaments. So you could have a double craft session with the kids and make both one afternoon.
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#10. Peekaboo Gift Tags
I like this idea from InkingIdaho who made peekaboo thank you cards. You could adapt the idea to Christmas Gift Tags and kids will enjoy colouring the stockings and sticking them on.
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#11. 3-D Christmas Tree Gift Tags
This is a nice idea from The Little Umbrella – use different green patterned paper cut out and glued to card for your Christmas trees, with a ribbon on top then stick onto foam stick tabs on the label to give a 3D effect.
They also have free printable pop up holiday gift tags featuring snowman, polar bear and Christmas tree.
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#12. Wooden Tree Tags
This would be a fun project to make with the kids. Kacey at Stayathomeartist decorated wooden gift labels which she found at the craft store.
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Over to you now. Have you made any Christmas gift tags with the kids? Any tips? Tell us about them in the comments below.