Easy Christmas Gift Tags

On Tuesday, I will be appearing on GTU. I will be doing inexpensive neighbor gifts. I will be showing how to make gifts and gift tags in bulk and some easy ways to make the gifts.
Later that afternoon, check back on the blog and I will have the link to watch the segment in case you miss it as well as instructions to make the gifts.
Here is the post for the Christmas Gift Tags.

Easy Christmas Gift Tags

For the tag shapes I used the Spellbinders dies. You could use anything that you have. I thought of using my Cricut, but the thing that I liked with the Spellbinders is that I can see exactly where I want to cut out my circle or square. This makes centering your font much more easier when cutting out your words.

Just remember, it’s important to make things simple. You don’t have a lot of time, die cut the shapes, glue them together, attach with ribbon or tape. Vola! Super simple, and super cute!

I received a kind comment tonight regarding pictures. All I have to say is: “Oops. Sorry.” This whole blog thing is new to me. I will try to add as many pictures as I need to show how to make the projects. Once again, Sorry.

Here is the Chex Mix.

The tag says: “Remember Santa “chex” his list twice to see whose been naughty or nice…so be good for goodness sake!

This is a chocolate orange.
The tag says “Hope your Christmas is a “sweet” one.

This is a jar filled with Christmas Hugs and Kisses
The tag says “Christmas hugs and kisses to you.”

This is a bag of Mint Patties
The tag says, “Friends like you are worth a “mint!”

This is two bags of muffin mixes tied together with a piece of ribbon at the top.
The tag says, “You’re getting “muffin” for Christmas!”

This is a box of microwavable popcorn.
The tag says, “Just popping by with a holiday hi!”

This is a bag of M&M’s
The tag says, “Have a merry and most wonderful holiday season.”

The Spellbinders that I used to make the tags are the following:

Here is a pdf of the tags ready to print out.

Hope this helps! Happy Crafting!

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