These Hand-Lettered Black and White Christmas Gift Tags are free to download and print for all your gifts this season! This post includes affiliate links for your convenience. See my full disclosure policy here.
Last year I shared some hand-lettered printable Christmas gift tags, and they were some of my very favorite printables, so this year I wanted to share some more designs. I’ve also teamed up with some other great bloggers who are sharing their latest holiday printables at the end of this post PLUS there is an amazing giveaway (seriously, you guys, don’t miss this one) so keep on scrolling!
This year our Christmas is going mostly pink, white, and black. It’s not the most traditional of color schemes, but I am pretty crazy for it. My pink tree is pretty much my favorite thing in the world right now. I will show it off a bit around here next week I think.
The tags are a graphic black and white with a brush stroke feel to the lettering. There are four whole pages worth of tags – 20 designs in total – so there are plenty of options for your gift wrapping needs!
I love the look of black and white, but if you want to add some color you can print them on colored paper or, if you want to get really crazy, you can add colored foil.
Here is everything you need to make your own tags:
- My Gift Tag Designs – Click Here to Download (These printables are free for personal use only. They may not be sold or redistributed in any way. Thank you!)
- Cardstock – I used white and black, but choose any color you like
- Hole Punch
- String or Baker’s Twine
If you want to add metallic foil to your tags, you will also need:
- Minc Foil Applicator or Laminator
- Laser Printer (Tags printed with an inkjet will not work with the foil)
- Reactive Foil
So, these are pretty much the easiest things ever. That’s kind of what makes printables the best, right? Just print, cut, punch a hole, and add a string. That’s it.
I couldn’t resist adding some metallic foil to some of the tags too. It is super easy if you have the right tools. Just run the print and foil through your Minc or laminator, peel off the excess foil, and cut out just as you would the regular tags. (You can check out some of my other foiled projects here.)
Kind of awesome, right? I especially love the look of foil on black cardstock. It just looks so sharp.
And don’t miss all the other great printables below!