Christmas present gift tags and greeting cards

I found that greeting cards, especially for the family are always well received and much more appreciated when home made.

I love the fact that when you spent time, worked/made them on your own and put your heart into it – this just makes them so much more valuable than something you picked up at the store (just like all homemade gifts).

Using my crafting skills I made these present gift tags and greeting cards decorated with a cute heart, Christmas tree, star, bells, holly and snowman art.

Christmas present gift tags

Cut some recyclable cardboard (about 5 cm) fold it in two, then use glue stick to glue a previously drawn/traced shape. Poke a hole through the top corner (add a thread, ribbon, etc.) and attach to your presents.


Greeting cards

Cut some recyclable cardboard (about 20×10 cm) fold it in two and then use glue stick to glue a previously drawn/traced shape (here I used the window decorations making technique and cut shape gaps with a cutter).

You can further decorate your greeting cards with glitter, special edge cutter scissors, scrapbook paper, ribbon, effect yarn, etc. it’s up to you imagination ;)

page greeting cards

Later update: You can also find my post about the “Autumn window decorations” right here on


11 Comments to “Christmas present gift tags and greeting cards”

  1. Those are great ideas, Thank you for your help!

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