25+ Free Christmas Printables Featuring Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags

November 12, 2018

Have fun & get creative with these free Christmas printables as you decorate for Christmas this year, there are so many beautiful ideas!

Today we are getting together with some of our amazingly creative friends to offer you over 25 free Christmas printables. These printables are here to give you a little inspiration this holiday season and inspire you to decorate without going over you breaking! There are recipe cards, gift tags, even some Christmas signs. Scroll down below to see them all. A big thank you to Ella Claire for putting this all together!

Christmas time comes with so much joy that sometimes I wish I could hit the pause button just for a second to take it all in. Time spent with family & friends, traditions, celebrations, and magical displays all around us. It’s truly the most wonderful time of year.

Of all the Christmastime activities, I particularly love wrapping Christmas gifts. There is so much to get creative with! I usually start with a blank canvas and love using white or brown kraft paper to wrap gifts with. Then I get creative with ribbon, tags, and accessories.

Some of my most popular posts are wrapping ideas – like this DIY calligraphy wrapping paper! Whenever I put together a wrapping idea I always share my secret to inexpensive wrapping paper: the hardware store!

Yep, I like to purchase the rolls of brown paper that hardware stores sell in the painting department. Not only are they inexpensive, but you get so much wrapping paper on a roll! I love that you can pick up rolls of brown paper that aren’t as wide as traditional wrapping paper, I feel that I waste less this way. It’s a great resource!

more Christmas wrapping ideas

Not only do I love brown paper, I also love twine. The white baker’s twine available at Whole Foods is my very favorite. It is a bit thick and is a lovely white shade that has the most natural feel to it. I use it for everything!

This year, I used simple wrapping paper and scraps of ribbon & twine to dress up my Christmas gifts. Finishing each gift off with the same shaped tag that I used on my advent calendar! I always have fun changing something ordinary into something new or unexpected – and these tags are just the thing.

The unexpected shape of these gift tags is so darling. I can’t help but love them on these sweet gifts. I hope you enjoy them as well and find a new or creative way to use them on your own Christmas gifts this year!

How to make your own gift tags

Step 1: Download the free printable gift tags.

Step 2: Print the tags onto card stock.

Step 3: Use a paper trimmer or scissors to cut out each tag.

Step 4: Wrap your gifts, adorn with string, then use glue dots or string to attach each tag to your gifts!

Free Christmas Printables


Christmas Botanicals by Ella Claire | Little House Advent Calendar by Zevy Joy | Christmas Gift Tags by So Much Better with Age | Home for the Holidays by On Sutton Place


Plaid Gift Tags by Inspired by Charm | Letter to Santa Postcard by Nina Hendrick | All is Calm by Lolly Jane | Twas the Night Before Christmas Book Page Art by Home Made Lovely


Christmas Greens Recipe Card by anderson + grant | Farm Animal Gift Tags by Boxwood Avenue | Black and White All Is Calm Christmas Art by Taryn Whiteaker | Christmas Watercolor Place Cards by Clean and Scentsible


Merry and Bright Holiday Gift Tags by Happy Happy Nester | DIY White Christmas Wall Hanging by Finding Silver Pennies | O Christmas Tree by My Someday in May | Reindeer Print by The Chronicles of Home


Peppermint Hot Cocoa Gift Jar Labels by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Reindeer Antlers Cake by Nest of Posies | Vintage Inspired Christmas Postcards by Live Laugh Rowe | Advent Calendar Candle Label by Blesser House


Nutcracker Set by Making Home Base | Stovetop Potpourri Tags by Tidbits | 5 Vintage Christmas Truck Printables by Happy Housie | Sparkly Blush Christmas Printable Set by Maison de Pax


Christmas Canvas Prints by Town and Country Living | Sugar & Spice are Making the Holidays Nice by My Sweet Savannah

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