Plaid is always “in” for the holidays, so why not make plaid gift tags? I’ve teamed up with several other crafty bloggers who are “mad for plaid” to share several holiday themed ideas that involve the use of plaid. I’ve been inspired by their creations, and I think you’ll enjoy this round up!
I’m sharing some free plaid printables with you on my site! I always like to add some little homemade touch to my gifts at Christmas, and holiday tags are a quick, easy way to quickly mass produce something that has a homemade touch to it.
I printed my sheet on card stock, then trimmed the tags. Use a hole punch to make a hole in the corner of the tag and then tie the tag to a gift bag. The bag pictured here is from the dollar bins at Target! Pretty cute for a $1 bag, and it pairs perfectly with the plaid gift tag. If you want to embellish the tag a little more you can always add glitter or Dimensional Magic to the tag.
To get started, simply right click with your mouse on the image below to save it to your computer. Feel free to resize it to make the tags larger or smaller.
PS. Want to make your own gift tags? I use PicMonkey, a free online photo editor to make my graphics! You can check out THIS tutorial to learn how to get started on PicMonkey, and THIS tutorial for a few more ideas.
Are you ready for more decorating and crafting ideas that use plaid? Here’s a list of the other bloggers who are “mad for plaid.” We’ll be adding their tutorials to the link up below, so you can click on each one and visit their sites to see their fun plaid projects. Have fun crafting and creating for the holidays in plaid!