These Christmas gift labels are perfect for your holiday gift tags. Let your kids help you wrap presents with this simple Christmas craft for kids.
Christmas Gift Labels
There are so many ways you can decorate these. Today we will share 4 with you!
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Supplies to create holiday gift tags:
- Glue Stick.
- Hole Punch.
- Design One: Ink Pads & Pencils (with new erasers).
- Design Two: Ink Pads & Foam Brush/Sponge.
- Design Three: Glitter Glue, cotton swabs, & Tape.
- Design Four: Pastels, cotton swabs, & Tape.
How to use our holiday gift templates
Here is step by step instructions for 4 ideas. Watch the video below to get even more inspiration!
Print off your template and cut out as many designs as you want. You will need a plain circle and shape for each gift label.
Use the guide in the center of the shape to cut out the shape from the center.
Next, it’s time to pick your decorating design!
Holiday gift labels using ink pads
Using your pencils eraser stamp polka-dots all over the full circle part of your ornament.
They can cover it from edge to edge using as many dots and colors as they like! You can also grab a foam brush or sponge for a different look!
When your bottom circle is decorated attach your shape, ink side down, using your glue stick.
Attach your circle to your workspace so it doesn’t slide around. Then tape down the shape on top of the circle. Use glitter glue and trace around the outside of your shape. Using a cotton swab pull the glitter into the center, dragging it onto the circle below.
Take off the top layer and allow the glitter glue to dry.
Once dry you can place the template back down and add a second color or coat if you want!
Attach your circle to your workspace so it doesn’t slide around. Then tap down your shape layer on top. Create dots around the edge of your shape with soft pastels.
Using a cotton swab pull the color onto the circle below.
Make sure to use a fresh cotton swab for each color. Repeat if desired then pull the top layer off. Spritz the top of your tag with a light coat of hairspray (from a good distance so you don’t soak it) to help keep the pastels from smearing.
Finishing up your Christmas labels
Once everything is dry punch a hole near the top of your shape.
Next, add some yarn or string.
Finally, don’t forget to add To: & From: on the back!
We had so many ways to decorate these templates we couldn’t fit them all in one post. Check out our quick video for a few more ways you can create these gift tags!