Christmas Countdown Day 7: Color Your Own Printable Christmas Gift Tags

Welcome to day 7 of the 24 Days of Christmas Printables! Have you been following along or do you need some time to get caught up? If you’d like, just go back to the landing page to find all the posts in the series that I’ve published so far! I’ll wait right here πŸ˜‰

Today’s new printable: Color Your Own Printable Christmas Gift Tags.

Use these simple free printable Christmas tags for all of your kids’ holiday gifts this year to let them add their own personal touch!

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24 Days of Christmas Printables - Day 7: Personalize all gifts you give and color your own printable Christmas gift tags!

Materials for Christmas Gift Tags

A few days ago, I shared some printable Christmas ornaments to color. I thought it was a cute little activity when I came up with it, but I had no idea just how much E was going to enjoy both coloring them and hanging them on our Christmas tree.

24 Days of Christmas Printables: Day 4 - color your own printable Christmas ornaments! Super fun and cute ornaments for toddlers and preschoolers!

The same was true for today’s printable gift tags. Looks like this holiday season, coloring something that you can use in another way afterward really appeals to her πŸ™‚ {Oh, I almost forgot – she also got pretty excited about the Advent Calendar Coloring Page.}

I think these printable gift tags work best when you print them on scrapbook paper. It gives them a nice pattern on the back, but you could just go with plain heavy paper.

Once they’re colored, cut out the tags along the lines, punch a hole in them, and use a piece of ribbon or string to tie them to your gifts!

24 Days of Christmas Printables - Day 7: Personalize all gifts you give and color your own printable Christmas gift tags!

A priceless gift label made completely by a 5-year old <3 You can, of course, do the cutting and/or writing yourself, if you prefer.

We didn’t laminate this time – for some reason, I wasn’t crazy about the texture for gift tags. That’s squarely in “I have a feeling” territory, though, and you can definitely laminate if you want!

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The free file includes one page of ten different gift tags: Christmas tree, gingerbread boy, candy cane, steaming mug, snowman, jingle bells, “JOY” word art, reindeer, sack of Christmas gifts, angel.

24 Days of Christmas Printables - Day 7: Personalize all gifts you give and color your own printable Christmas gift tags!

The VIP file includes another page of ten gift tags with different images: Christmas ornament, bow, candle, female elf, male elf, gingerbread girl, cookies and milk, “Peace” word art, stocking.

Also in the VIP file, you’ll find a Christmas gift matching page.

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24 Days of Christmas Printables - Day 7: Personalize all gifts you give and color your own printable Christmas gift tags!

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The VIP version of this printable includes an extra page of gift tags (for a total of 20 tags) plus a Christmas gift matching activity.

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Are you looking for other simple Christmas activities? Check out these!

Day 6: S is for Santa Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Day 23: Nativity Matching Game for Toddlers

Christmas Wonderland Roll and Cover Game

Plant a Christmas Tree Play Dough Fine Motor Activity


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8 Comments

  1. How adorable! I just love the cute little reindeer! #ThoughtfulSpot