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Here’s a little present for you – some Christmas gift tags.

They’re based on the ones we use every year, and work particularly well with gifts from the kitchen.

I’ve put together two versions – one with “Merry Christmas” and one with just the graphic, in case you’d prefer a different greeting.  You could also just cut around the picture, then write your greeting on the back. The files are in pdf format.

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Christmas gift tag – with greeting

Christmas gift tag – blank

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I like them printed on white cardboard, trimmed to size (with a guillotine, if you have one) and then decorated with a colourful ribbon.

The tags were created with our old copy of Printmaster Deluxe – fantastic software for creating your own cards and stationary.  We’ve used versions of this programme for more than ten years, and haven’t bought a single greeting card or gift tag in that time.  Because they’ve been so many updates, the older versions of Printmaster are often heavily discounted (ebay has several versions listed for under $20), but even at full price, it’s a bargain compared to the current cost of greeting cards.

Less than four weeks to go until Christmas!  I hope that sentence fills you with excitement rather than dread, as there’s still plenty of time to make some wonderful Christmas gifts.   Hopefully these festive tags will get you started.  Have fun!

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