30+ Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags

Shannon Cairns

December 5, 2022

Christmas

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Skip buying them, and use some of these free printable Christmas gift tags this year instead! Find all kinds of gift ideas and different designs and styles!

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Gift tags and wrapping is so much fun, but it can make your Christmas budget go way up in a hurry! These free printable Christmas gift tags are a great solution to cutting down on costs without sacrificing quality and presentation!

Using some of these gift tags can dress up your gift and turn it into something cute! This is an excellent way to tie your present all together with a cleverly chosen gift tag!

Keep the cost of the holidays down by also using my free printable Santa milk & cookies placemat, this free to print Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt, and by adding some of these cheap or free holiday traditions you can start this year!

Tips for Using Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags

  • Cardstock. Print all your tags on cardstock paper! If you don’t have any and plan to print at home, you can find it in the office supply section of most stores!
  • Cost. Keep costs down by having your tags printed at a print shop like Staples or UPS! Most places will let you email your file and will print on cardstock for less than $1/sheet!
  • Design. Find tags to match your theme or your specific gift without breaking the bank!

Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags

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I’m a wife, mom of three, doctor, and blogger! In 2018, I decided to turn my mom blog, into a personal finance blog so others could follow along on our journey to pay off over HALF a MILLION dollars in student loan and practice start up debt. I hope you enjoy following along, and maybe even find some inspiration along the way.