Printable Snowflake Gift Tags for Presents

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Christmas is almost here and I haven’t wrapped a single present. With a major wrapping session in my future, I decided to make some printable gift tags.

I love sticky back gift tags because they really speed up the process. No hunting for the tape (that I’m usually sitting on.) So I made some printable Christmas gift tags to share.

cute snowflake gift tags

Printable Christmas Gift Tags

These snowflake gift tags feature digital paper designs available in my etsy shop. Check out my other designs as well!

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*These gift tags are for personal use only. Please do not redistribute or sell this file. 

  1. Print out the gift tags. For best results, choose “Scale” and type in 100%. When using sticker paper, make sure that you load the paper correctly. In my printer, the sticker side faces down. 
    printable gift tags with snowflakes
  2. Cut the tags out. Shaped tags are cute, but I get that not everyone has a silhouette or a cricut for cutting. I made them rectangles for easy cutting. A paper cutter makes it even easier, but scissors work as well. 
    using paper cutter to cut printable gift tags
  3. Wrap your present, peel and stick. Sticky labels make present wrapping so much faster. And best of all, they’re not holiday specific, so I can use them for my kids’ birthdays as well! Snowflake tags are great for winter birthdays! 
    present wrapped with printable snowflake gift tag

Wrapping paper (similar)

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5 thoughts on “Printable Snowflake Gift Tags for Presents”

  1. These are so fun and sweet! I love your color choices and the fact that the space for name writing is plenty big enough for my old eyes and arthritic hands. What’s up with those tiny spaces I’m always seeing on store bought ones? Sure, they’re cute but no space for writing names is a deal breaker.

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