This article contains a totally FREE printable gift tag to help you DIY any gift this season! Whether it be your kids teachers, your family, your friends, etc. These can be used for ANYONE to deliver a beautiful, personal touch to your DIY gift!
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Need ideas for cheap teacher Christmas gifts?
Putting the gift together is only half the battle. This year, I got my sons teacher and her assistants each a mug with a bath bomb inside. I put it all together and realized– I forgot the tags!!!
I quickly got out my computer and whipped up some cute gift tags that I could just print off, punched a hole in them, and strung them with some ribbon onto the mug. BAM! Easy fix!
Another idea is to put together themed mason jars– like coffee, latte, or hot cocoa themes. Top it off with a cute printable holiday gift tag and you are done!
How to use these labels
That’s super easy! Just print it off and cut them out. Use tape, glue, or ribbon to hold them in place on the gift. You can also back them with colored construction paper if you want to get extra creative.
I chose to print mine on cardstock weighted paper so they were a little sturdier, but that’s totally optional.
How to make printable gift tags
Because I love all things design, I want to include the tutorial on how to make your own printable gift tags.
- Open Canva or your preferred design program. I chose to make mine a US letter size so that others can easily print
- Add a header. I usually use a shape when designing in Canva or InDesign for my top header and then place my title text over it
- For this particular design, I chose to dress up my header with a little Christmasy clipart
- Next, I started designing the labels. I chose to start with shapes available in Canva and some chalkboard shapes I found on Depositphotos
- Then I added my fonts, more shapes, and more clipart until I got the desired design I wanted. I chose to include a variety of styles and shapes.
- Lastly, I downloaded as a PDF file
DIY cheap teacher Christmas gifts have never been so easy with hacks like this!
This is exactly why I love printables so much! Enjoy!
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Note that Kara Fidd is the owner of Simplifying DIY Design and Imperfect Adventures. This article and printable was originally created for Simplifying DIY Design and moved to Imperfect Adventures since it’s a better fit here 🙂