fbpx

Use these Food Gift Tags to perfectly finish off the Christmas gifts you’ve baked and cooked for friends, family, and neighbors.

I truly love to receive and give food gifts at Christmas. I enjoy sharing the bounties from my kitchen, and I REALLY enjoy tasting treats from my friends’ kitchens! (hint)

Some of our favorite food gifts to share are these Rosemary Walnuts, Mulled Wine Jelly (perfect for someone new to canning), small loaves of Cranberry Banana Apple Bread, and small White Fruitcakes.

Christmas Food Gift Tags.

If your BFFs include pups, make some of these most-popular Three-Ingredient Dog Treats or any of our other dog treat recipes for them! Of course, we have gift tags for dog treats, too!

what you need

Some of these are affiliate links, and I will earn a small commission off the sale of these products, but the price you are charged is not affected. You can see my full disclosure policy here.

Christmas Food Gift Tags.

how to print and cut out your Christmas food gift tags

  • Download the free PDF
  • Print it on cardstock. Make sure to set your printer to “Print Actual Size.”
A sheet of Christmas Food Gift Tags.
  • Notice that the lines for each tag extend past the gift tag to the top and bottom of the paper. Those are to help you line the tags in your paper cutter if you use one. So, go ahead and start at the farthest edge of the paper and cut along those lines.
Christmas Food Gift Tags in a paper cutter.
  • Cut each vertical strip, so you’ll have four strips of gift tags.
Christmas Food Gift Tags cut into strips.
  • To keep the tags a rectangle shape, just cut across the top and bottom of each tag, punch a hole, and thread a cute ribbon or twine through the hole.
  • If you are using a tag punch, line up the paper so that the tag’s bottom line is at the punch’s bottom. Before punching the tag out, make sure everything is lined up straight.
Christmas Food Gift Tags in a punch.
Christmas Food Gift Tags being punched.
Christmas Food Gift Tags

Bookmark this page or pin the following image to return back to these Christmas Food Gift Tags in the future.

Christmas Food Gift Tags

Thanks so much for spending a few minutes of your busy day with me!

If you want to ensure you don’t miss future content, pop your email in the pale green box on the right or click here. I usually send out one email weekly so that I won’t inundate your inbox. I’m sensitive to an overflowing email inbox!  

We will only use your email address to send you emails, no more than 1-2 weekly. In addition, you will have access to my growing library of knit & crochet patterns, as well as other printables. Check back often as this library will continue to grow.   Please know that you can unsubscribe anytime by emailing me or clicking on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of all emails.  

And you can access many of the products I refer to on my Nourish and Nestle Amazon Page. You can access it here.

So, if you’d like to get in on the ‘subscriber benefit’ action, simply subscribe to Nourish and Nestle here or use the form on the right sidebar. It’s towards the top a bit.

I have sent all my subscribers the link to the Subscriber Benefits Library. If you missed it or misplaced it, drop me a line.

Until next time…

Signature of Lynn

Thanks for making my day by SHARING!!


2 Comments

  1. Patti

    December 5, 2022 at 1:27 pm

    FYI, Both links go to the dog treat tags. I may be overlooking, but I can’t find a link for the food gift tags.

    Reply
    • lynn

      December 6, 2022 at 8:48 am

      Thanks for the heads up Patti. I’ve fixed it.

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *