Free Christmas printable tags


Hi friends! Happy Tuesday! Are you ready for a super easy gift idea?! I made these free Christmas printable tags last weekend to put on these adorable candy canes (found at target). I just love EASY gift ideas. Make a bunch of these and have them ready for when you need a little gift on the go.

These would be fun to pass out to your neighbors, teachers or friends. I made different printables for each. :D

Free Christmas printable tags



Easy handmade Christmas gift

You could also tie these on a box of chocolate or better yet some homemade goodies.You could also tie these on a box of chocolate or better yet some homemade goodies.

Free Christmas printables on I Heart Nap Time

Free Christmas printable tags

You can download this holiday print HERE. Just right click on the image and then save to your computer. Print out on card stock paper with a colored printer. Then put a hole punch in the top and tie it on with ribbon or twine. These are for personal use only.

Thank YOU for being such sweet readers!

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Jamielyn Nye

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Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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14 comments on “Free Christmas printable tags”

  1. Very cute

  2. Cute cute cute! Fun gift for anyone. Love it!

  3. I love this idea for my children classmates… THANK YOU!

  4. jen @ Tatertots & Jello Reply

    I love it!! Such a cute idea!

  5. So fun! What a cute and easy gift! I will do this for the nursery and primary leaders in our ward! xoxo <3 OH! I got your Christmas card in the mail. Thank you!! You guys are so stinkin cute!!! hugs!!

  6. Thank you! Perfect for my son’s secret santa gifts this week.

  7. Hi! This may be a dumb question, but I’m a novice crafter and was wondering what kind of printer is best to use for all these printables out here on the web. Thanks in advance :)

    • Hi Kristen! I usually print mine at home on my normal black and white and colored printer on cardstock paper. If there is a lot of color in the printable, I like going to a printing store to do it like Office Max or Staples so I don’t use all my ink! Other than that, any printer should do! :)

  8. Thanks !

  9. Hi Jamie!  Thanks for the fun printable!  Do you have a file with just the teacher version?  Looking to print these for our Primary teachers!  Thanks!

  10. How do I print these??? 

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