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.
what you need
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- You’ll need the food gift tags PDF. Click here to access and download the free PDF containing all four Christmas Food Gift Tag designs.
- Cardstock. While I always opt for thick cardstock, make sure you check what thickness of cardstock your printer can handle. Most printers can handle 65# cardstock and some even 85#, but check it out before you buy a ream!
- Scissors or a paper cutter
- If you want to cut your tags to look like ‘tags’, this is the 2″ by 3″ paper punch I used. It very handily comes with a little hole punch for the top of the tag. Otherwise, you will also need a hole punch.
- The tag punch is optional, you could easily just cut the tags into rectangles.
- Ribbon or twine. I used Baker’s Twine.
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.”
- 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.
- Cut each vertical strip, so you’ll have four strips of gift tags.
- 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.
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