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Free Printable Christmas Tags for Gifts

Free Printable Christmas Tags for Gifts from k.becca #holidaytags

Looking for some sweet AND free printable Christmas tags for gifts? This set of pastel holiday gift tags is the perfect embellishment for all sorts of pretty packages tied up with string and ribbon and twine and … well, you see where I’m going here. The set includes printable Christmas tags featuring a variety of fun and classic gift tag sentiments – “season’s greetings”, “happy holidays”, “ho ho ho”, “a gift for you”, “noel” and, of course, “no peeking” – and you can unlock this premium Christmas freebie below!

In addition to printing these free printable Christmas tags for gifts onto cardstock, you can also turn them into gift labels by printing them onto sticker paper. I love doing this because the sticky backs are built right in! And one of the fantastic things about printables is that you can print them again and again, as many times as you need, so no matter how tall your mountain of packages this season, you’ll never run out of Christmas tags for gifts. You may even want to leave a few out for Santa on Christmas Eve, just in case he runs out. *wink*

These tags coordinate with the Soft Christmas Digital Papers, which work so well for wrapping smaller packages and stocking stuffers.

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Free Printable Christmas Tags for Gifts from k.becca #holidaytags

Free Printable Halloween Tags for Treat Bags + Gift Card Holder Tags

Free Printable Cute Halloween Tags for Treat Bags from k.becca

If you lean toward the spooky cute, rather than the holy cow that’s scary, end of things when it comes to Halloween, then these cuties are just the thing for you! Unlock this premium Halloween freebie below, print, and cut to create adorable Halloween tags for treat bags, plus gift card holders for trick or treaters who you want to give a little extra special something.

You’ll find little Frankie, a vampire, an owl, a ghost, and a jack-o-lantern in this frightfully fun bunch, and they’ll add the perfect Halloween touch to your treat bags, party favors, and Halloween gifts this spooky season.

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Free Printable Cute Halloween Tags for Treat Bags & Gift Card Holders from k.becca

DIY Hot Foil Gift Tags with Minc Reactive Paint & Mist

DIY Hot Foil Gift Tags with Minc Reactive Paint & Mist

If you don’t have a laser printer but would still like to have some hot foil action on your paper craft projects, then the Minc Reactive Paint and Reactive Mist are something that you’ll want to take a look at. In this video, I test out these two Minc mediums to see how they perform with the Minc foiling machine, and I also show you how to make foil print and cut gift tags that also incorporate the Minc Reactive Paint. In addition, I’ll give you a peek at some of the new foil colors that were added to the Minc lineup earlier this year, and I’ll use the Gunmetal and Matte Champagne foils (two of my favorites) in this festive gift tag project.

My impatience got the best of me when I was testing the Minc Reactive Mist. You really do need to allow it to dry completely before running it through the Minc, and you can see in the video what happens if you don’t allow the Reactive Mist to dry completely. Hint: it’s a mess. However, after I filmed the video, I did make some tags using the Reactive Mist and waited patiently for them to dry. Here are those results:

Minc Reactive Mist Foil Gift Tags

Check out the video below to see the results from my Minc Reactive Paint & Mist testing, and have a look at what happens when impatience meets the Reactive Mist:

Supplies Used in This Project

The following supply list contains affiliate links. I make a small commission if you purchase through these links, and I really appreciate it if you do!

AMZ = Amazon.com     SBK = Scrapbook.com     DKB = Dick Blick     SSS = Simon Says Stamp

Holiday Phrases Gift Tag Die Cuts
Skinny Stencils, Set 1 Die Cuts

Heidi Swapp Minc Gunmetal Reactive Foil ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Matte Champagne Reactive Foil ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Liquid Toner Reactive Paint ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Liquid Toner Reactive Mist ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator 12″ ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator 6″ ( AMZ // SBK )
Silhouette Cameo ( AMZ // SBK ) – if you’re making print & cut or die cut tags
white cardstock
stencil material*, if using a die cut stencil
a laser printer, if you’re making print & cut gift tags
an old paintbrush
a small container with water (to soak the paintbrush and stencil after use)
scrap paper

* Darice made a 4 mil stencil film under the Studio 71 label, and that’s what I used in the video. Unfortunately, I’ve been unable to find it for sale anywhere recently, so I think that they may have discontinued it. I’ve also heard good things about the Grafix brand stencil films but haven’t yet had the chance to try them with my Silhouette Cameo.

Also Shown

Heidi Swapp Minc Ombre Reactive Foil, Teal & Silver ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Minc Black Reactive Foil ( AMZ // SBK )
Heidi Swapp Mint White Reactive Foil ( AMZ // SBK )

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags

Looking for some fun and festive holiday gift tags? Check out this set that I designed exclusively for The Gifted Blog. The 12 designs also coordinate with the Bright Christmas digital printable papers in the shop, and you can use the papers and tags together to create whimsical, eye-catching gift packages. The tags are pretty fun on their own, too. Check out the packages that Charissa from The Gifted Blog created with them – super fun!

Neon Glitter Holiday Gift Tags

Neon Glitter Holiday Gift Tags

I am a total sucker for all things neon, and I could no longer resist picking up the Martha Stewart Crafts Neon Glitter pack that I’ve had my eye on for quite a while, so be prepared to see plenty of fluorescent paper goodies in the coming months because I am loving this glitter!

Neon Glitter

I just had to add a little bit of neon to my new Holiday Wishes Gift Tags, and the result is a set of merry and VERY bright tags that practically glow against black tissue wrapped boxes. There’s no doubt that any gift tagged with one of these babies will stand out among the other gifts under the tree. Have I mentioned that I love this glitter?

Supplies Used

Holiday Wishes Gift Tag Die Cuts
White Cardstock
Die Cutting Machine*
Tsukineko Essential Glue Pad
Martha Stewart Crafts Neon Glitter
Glitter Tray (Recollections brand from Michaels)
Black Tissue Paper
1/8″ White Satin Ribbon
Tape
Glue Pen or Marker (optional – for touch ups)

* I still use a Silhouette SD, which is no longer being manufactured as of the release of the Silhouette CAMEO.

Instructions

1. Using a die-cutting machine (a PDF file is also provided in the tag download for those of you who would like to cut out the tags by hand), cut the gift tags onto white cardstock.

2. Place a tag, right side up, onto a piece of scrap paper and use a glue pad to cover the entire front of the tag with a thin layer of glue. Immediately cover the tag with your choice of glitter (use a piece of paper or a glitter tray to catch the glitter that doesn’t stick to the tag). Tap off any excess glitter, set aside, and allow to dry for at least 15 minutes.

3. Thread ribbon, twine, or string through the tag loop and attach to your package.

Watch the Neon Glitter Holiday Gift Tags Video (or check it out on Youtube):

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