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Free Printable Gift Tags

Happy Birthday Free Printable Gift Tag

This week I thought I’d treat you to some free printable gift tags. I’m really happy that you’re here, reading my blog, so want to show you my appreciation.

The gift tags cover a range of different occasions, so hopefully you’ll be able to find one that’s just right.
free printable gift tags

How to get your free printable gift tags

To get your hands on these gift tags just click the button below to enter your email address. I’ll then email you a link to a PDF of the free printable gift tags (and you might get another freebie too!) All you need to do is print the PDF onto some card.

You’ll also be subscribed to my newsletter to get all the latest updates and offers each month (if you’re already a VIP subscriber you’ll be getting this freebie in the next newsletter, so don’t worry about missing out!)


How to use them

  1. Print the PDF onto A4 size card stock. It doesn’t have to be particularly thick, so any plain card that goes through your printer will do.
  2. Cut around the light grey tag shaped outlines. You can use a guillotine to get really straight edges if you have one, but scissors and some careful cutting will work just as well 🙂
  3. Punch a hole in each tag where indicated – just use one end of a normal paper punch.
  4. Thread some ribbon or string through the hole of each gift tag and tie together. you can do this two different ways…

And voila! You have some ready to use gift tags…

They’re great for sprucing up plain wrapping. The bright colouring makes them a real feature against any plain coloured paper, including white or brown paper. The picture below shows a gift wrapped in plain white computer paper which really makes the ribbon and gift tag pop!

Wrapped gift with gift tag
You can also create a gift bag yourself out of paper and attach a gift tag – you’ll find the instructions on this page: Gift wrapping ideas

I hope you have fun with them! I’d love to see how you use them, so if you post your creations on Instagram or Facebook, please tag me so I can take a look 🙂