If you are a big fan of Vintage Christmas Gift Tags, then you will love this holiday craft. I created two cute tags from the artwork of the Swedish artist, Ingeborg Klein. These free printables are perfect for your holiday wrapping this year.
These beautiful images are perfect for the holidays. If you want to add more of a vintage touch, dot it with a tiny bit of pretty white glitter. The glitter reminds me of the old cards from my childhood. The little spot of clear glitter is a perfect accent to these wonderful old paintings.
Every year for this printable project, I dust off my graphic design talents and whip up some gift tags. If you are on the hunt for Christmas tags, then you might also like some of my other tags.
You might like to check out these Holiday Tags:
- Watercolor Gift Tags
- Hot Chocolate Gift Tag
- Merry and Bright Holiday Gift Tag Printables
- Printable Holiday Gift Tags
I love a wide variety of homemade tags for when I start wrapping our presents. In the past my husband drew some pictures for our tags and they were cute, but printing my own is so much easier.
This year, enjoy some tags on me! No need to buy them at the store when you can print as many as you need at home. Well, let’s get started on this fun little craft project,
How to Make Your Vintage Christmas Gift Tags
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Glitter ( I highly recommend the crystal glitter at Hobby Lobby)
1. Download printable.
2. Print out the tags on white cardstock paper
3.. Cut along the edges with scissors or a paper cutter.
4. Punch hole in the white circle at the top of the tag.
5. Dab a little bit of glue on the snowy part of the images.
6. Sprinkle glitter over the image and remove extra glitter. Allow for the glue to dry.
7. Thread ribbon through the hole and attach it to a gift.
Here are a few of the gift wrapping items that I love!
I love to wrap gifts, and I have fond memories of wrapping presents with my mom. She would save her Christmas cards each year and then meticulously trim them into tags. The cards back then looked exactly like the gift tags that I’m sharing today. I’m delighted how these designs turned out with the sparkly vintage-looking glitter and image.
So, get out your scissors, hole punch glue, and glitter, and you’re set to make the cutest vintage Christmas gift tags ever. I have some more tags to design this year and I think I’ll make another batch of vintage tags with a different twist. So stay tuned to my future blog post.
I’m looking forward to this holiday season and spending time with my family. It’s been a tough time with this pandemic, and I hope this year, you have a lovely time with friends and family.