We continue Christmas craft series, and today we’ll have a look at some cute and simple gift tags you can easily DIY for the winter holidays. We’ve already
Colored paper or old
DIY Christmas gnome gift tag (via
Peppermints are great for any Christmas, these candies are symbolic for the winter holidays, and you can
DIY peppermint ornaments or gift tags (via
This is a perfect Christmas craft for your kids! Make these Christmas gift tags of colorful paper and glue, and let your kids shape them as they like. Let them turn on their creativity and enjoy making these tags. So easily and so cute!
DIY paper ornament Christmas gift tags (via
DIY Rudolph gift tags for Christmas (via
What’s so great about chalkboards? They are creative, fun and you can change images and letters on chalkboards as often as you can. Make some Christmas-shaped tags like ornaments or gingerbread men and paint them with chalkboard paint, add touches that you like and then chalk your wishes on them.
DIY chalkboard gift tags (via
These chic Christmas gift tags are made using silhouette, they are made of cardboard in mint and with a cutting machine. Add ribbon or thread and attach the tags to the gifts to make them more special. This stylish idea will fit any wrapping paper and is suitable for kids and adults.
DIY snowflake Christmas gift tag (via
Gift tags shown in this tutorial scream winter holidays! Glitter cardstock and foam snowflake stickers are what you need to create these cute 3D gift tags. Rock stickers in various colors to make the tags more personalized, and enjoy!
DIY glitter snowflake gift tag (via
Marble decor is very popular today, and you can incorporate it into your gift wrapping. Make these chic marbleized gift tags using nail polish – here it’s only black polish but you can make various colorful tags of all shades of nail polish. Enjoy!
DIY marble gift tag with nail polish (via
Polymer clay is a great material for making ornaments or gift tags. Make these cuties of polymer clay cutting various shapes with a cookie cutter that you have, let them dry and then add monograms according to the recipients of the gifts. If these are to be used as ornaments, no decor is needed, white clay looks very chic.
DIY clay Christmas gift tags (via
White leather is a chic material to make a gift tag, and I’m sure such a piece doesn’t need much decor for a cool look. The author of this tutorial will tell you how to make an awesome gift tag of white leather decorated with a gold leaf pen – looks very nice!
DIY leather gold leaf gift tags (via
These tags look so Nordic and Scandinavian-like, I just can’t wait to share it with you! The idea is about cross-stitching various shapes with white yarn on cardboard gift tags. You can go for other shades of yarn and different shapes, not only a deer or a snowflake. Get inspired!
DIY cross-stitched Christmas gift tags (via