My aunt taught me how to wrap gifts when I was 5 or 6 years old. Back then, I loved the challenge of getting the gift wrapped perfectly. I still love wrapping gifts as an adult but my gift wrapping focus has changed to pretty ribbons and gift tags. I like to use my Silhouette Portrait to make our gift tags. This is a collection of 7 Christmas gift tags with FREE Silhouette cut files that will help make all your gifts pretty. If you download the free cut files from the original posts, please leave the blogger a little love in the form of a comment or social share.
My coffee or latte container gift tags is one of the most popular posts on my blog EVER. I was inspired to create these while I was having chai tea lattes with my friend at Starbucks. The cup holder is the perfect spot to write names.
Christmas gift tags don’t have to be red and green. These colorful snowflake gift tags from Where The Smiles Have Been are so eye catching. The Silhouette makes cutting these intricate snowflakes a breeze!
I have a ton of scrapbook paper scraps so it was easy to find Christmas paper scraps to make these Christmas gift tags using scrapbook paper scraps.
I am always looking for ways to use my large stash of washi tape so I was so excited to find these washi tape Christmas gift tags from The Thinking Closet. Be sure to check out her unique way for cutting the washi tape.
These gold foil initial gift tags by Create and Babble are simple and fancy at the same time. The free cut file can be customized with your initial. These tags will make identifying gifts easy on Christmas morning.
I love Whatcha Workin’ On’s use of negative space in the design of her quartet of Christmas gift tags.
Silhouette School has this festive collection of 3 Christmas gift tags. My personal favorite is the sparkle & shine ornament tag.