Free Printable: Embroidered Holiday Gift Tags

I love taking a bit of time during the holiday season to add a personal touch to gift wrap. Since my older daughter loves to sew I decided to create some festive gift tags that she could embroider alongside me.

These are so simple to create, lots of fun to personalize, and I think they look absolutely adorable once finished!

Looking for a fun and festive simple handicraft for your children this holiday season? Simply print these gift tags for free, cut apart, pin punch holes, and then sew with embroidery floss to add a small personal touch to each gift! Find the free printable at www.freeandunfettered.com.  #holidayhandicraft #handmadeholiday #festivefun #giftwrappingideas #tistheseason

For this project you’ll need the following supplies and materials:

  • Heavyweight cardstock
  • Corkboard, Eraser, or Felt Pad
  • Thumbtack
  • Sewing Needle
  • Embroidery Floss, assorted colors
  • Hole Punch

First, you’ll need to print the tags onto heavy cardstock and then cut them apart.

Using either a corkboard or an eraser, begin pin punching the tag in desired locations. Older children with experience pin punching can do this independently. For younger children you may wish to pin punch the holes yourself.

Looking for a fun and festive simple handicraft for your children this holiday season? Simply print these gift tags for free, cut apart, pin punch holes, and then sew with embroidery floss to add a small personal touch to each gift! Find the free printable at www.freeandunfettered.com.  #holidayhandicraft #handmadeholiday #festivefun #giftwrappingideas #tistheseason

Once the holes are punched, thread a needle with embroidery floss and begin to sew. It’s best not to overthink it here! There really isn’t a ‘wrong’ way of doing these.

Looking for a fun and festive simple handicraft for your children this holiday season? Simply print these gift tags for free, cut apart, pin punch holes, and then sew with embroidery floss to add a small personal touch to each gift! Find the free printable at www.freeandunfettered.com.  #holidayhandicraft #handmadeholiday #festivefun #giftwrappingideas #tistheseason

Just stitch back and forth, up and down, diagonally across, etc. until you’re satisfied with the result.

My daughter enjoys using a lot of different colors and even decided to add additional stitching around the border of a couple of the tags. It’s fun to see the embellishments she chooses for her gifts!

And of course no gift-wrapping session is completed in our home without a little ‘help’ from Leo. 🐈

Free holiday gift tags are available to print at www.freeandunfettered.com. Print the embroidery ones for a fun and festive handicraft to enjoy with your kids this holiday season! You can also print the coordinating '4-Gift Rule' tags to match! #holidayhandicraft #handmadeholiday #festivefun #giftwrappingideas #tistheseason

If you happen to follow the popular ‘4-Gift Rule’, I also made these simple ‘Something You Want, Something You Need, Something to Wear, Something to Read’ gift tags to coordinate alongside the embroidered gift tags. I’m using them for my husband’s gifts this year. 👍🏻

Free printable gift tags for "Something you want, something you need, something to wear, and something to read."
Free printable gift tags for embroidery work with kids. A simply holiday handicraft to be enjoyed with your children.

Both sets of gift tags are available free to download in the Resource Library, which you can access by subscribing to the Free + Unfettered newsletter below.

If you decide to use these gift tags, I’d love to see! Feel free to tag @freeandunfettered on Instagram. Happy crafting, friends!

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