DIY Holiday Gift Tags

Dec 9, 2014

I post­ed this tuto­r­i­al last year and since it was so pop­u­lar I decid­ed to repost it again. This Christ­mas I am still deter­mined to use what I have and not pur­chase any­thing if I can make it and gift tags were the first things to get knocked out of the pur­chas­ing depart­ment in this house. I made these cute gift tags using vin­tage images I’ve saved over the years. I think they make the most adorable tags and fig­ured I should share them with you.

DIY Gift Tags

Sup­plies Used: Mani­la ATC’s, Dia­mond Stick­les, Red & White Bak­er’s Twine, Laser Print­ed Images

Tools Used: Scis­sors, Xyron Cre­ative Sta­tion Home, Fiskars Cor­ner Punch, Crop-a-Dile

Girl at the Red Door

Girl in the green dress


  1. Using a laser print­er, print each image to wal­let size.
  2. Using scis­sors, cut around each image as close to the edges as pos­si­ble.
  3. Add adhe­sive either via your Xyron Cre­ative Sta­tion Home or adhe­sive of your choice to each image.
  4. Attach images to Mani­la ATC, using scis­sors trim off excess mani­la card­stock.
  5. Using a Fiskars cor­ner punch, punch each upper left and right cor­ner of each ATC.
  6. Using a Crop-a-Dile punch a hole in the cen­ter top of each ATC/Tag.
  7. Accent images using Dia­mond Stick­les, let dry.
  8. Cut a piece of red & white twine to approx­i­mate­ly 10 inch­es, thread through the hole and secure in place.

Girl with Santa hat

Christmas Wishes

To save each image to your com­put­er, click on an image, then right click on the image, click “Save As” then “Save”. I print­ed each image in wal­let size and they worked beau­ti­ful­ly. Enjoy!


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