Are you hosting a Christmas party where you simply want some unique, do it yourself Christmas gift tags? We have a really fun way to dress up your Christmas wrapping and make it easy to tell who’s gift is who’s under the tree. Personalized ornaments from OrnamentShop.com make excellent Christmas gift tags!
Any ornament can make a gift tag, but if you are looking for similar items that can each be personalized uniquely for someone special, you might want to check out the Santas & Snowman category of ornaments in which you can find Elf Ornaments, Gingerbread Ornaments, Holiday Ornaments, Nutcracker Ornaments, Penguin Ornaments, Reindeer Ornaments, Santa Ornaments and Snowman Ornaments.
How To Use Ornaments For Christmas Gift Tags
You don’t need to have Christmas wrapping paper to make a festive-looking present that looks like it was wrapped by elves and came right out of Santa’s bag. Check out what you can do to make a unique one-of-a-kind present that anyone would love to receive!
This present was wrapped in simple, plain, red wrapping paper and elegantly tied with a solid green satin ribbon. A personalized snowman ornament is attached to that ribbon and clearly states who the package is to and who it is from.
Using a snowflake paper punch purchased a local craft store, delicate little paper snowflakes were punched out of plain white paper, and attached to the present with a dab of glue from a glue stick. That’s it! You’re done!
Coloring Christmas Gift Tags For Kids
Making your own Christmas gift tags is a fun way to get your children involved in wrapping presents. In the Christmas Fun section on OrnamentShop.com, you can print out gift tags that your children can color. Each gift tag has a delightful Christmas riddle that matches the picture they are coloring. Imagine the joy grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins will have seeing your children’s artwork and laughing along with the joke.
With 24 riddles to choose from, your children will be occupied selecting just the right one for each gift recipient and using the colors that the recipient would like. This is a great way to get your children to think about giving rather than receiving. Always a good lesson to learn.