Who has started wrapping their Christmas gifts? Okay to be honest, last year I didn’t wrap them until a couple days before Christmas. Somehow, this year I’m on my A game and have been wrapping presents as I have bought them.
Something I do every year is use my very own Christmas gift tags! I print out this PDF on card stock paper, hole punch near the top, then tie a bow with twine. It’s that easy, and it’s free! As a thank you for reading my blog and supporting me this past year, I’m making these free Christmas gift tags PDF available to you too! Just subscribe to the newsletter HERE and you’ll receive the gift tags in your inbox (these will be available until January 2020)! As always, if you are already subscribed, check your inbox, you should already have the PDF!
I also really love using various types of kraft paper to wrap my presents to keep the neutral theme going (check out my blog post HERE on how this is a part of my strategy to make a live tree neutral). In addition to simple brown kraft paper, I am using a gold glitter kraft paper (not shown), and a gold polka dot kraft paper (Brandon actually picked this out at Hobby Lobby, I love it)!
I finish it off by placing a little tree trimming under the twine, and that’s it! I love the simplicity of this look and the tree trimming to finish it off!
If you use these gift tags, post a pic of how you used them and be sure to tag me! I’ll share your post in my stories! I love seeing when y’all use these freebies!
Photo credit: shoutout to Brandon who took most of these photos for me yesterday while I was at work. Best hubby ever!