Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags Printable

Now that you’ve bought all the Christmas presents AND wrapped them {bahahahaha! If you have, I am completely impressed.}, it’s now time for gift tags! Cute free Printable Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags, to be exact.

Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags

Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tag printables + neighbor mason jar gift idea

This is what we gave friends and neighbors this year! We made our usual Peppermint Chex Mix, {I use this recipe, but omit the candy canes.} put it in mason jars, and topped with these adorable Farmhouse Christmas Gift tags. I even made a cute coordinating mason jar lid cover too. {Yep, you’ll get both files for free below!}

Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags Free Printable + handmade gift idea

I added silver eyelets to add a personalized touch and make the tags a little extra “fancy”. ha!

Free Printable Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags

Free Printable Christmas gift tags

I printed off the Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags I designed with my Canon TS9020 Printer on Matte Paper card stock. Love the vibrant colors it prints!

Download the Farmhouse Christmas Gift Tags below:

DIY Farmhouse Christmas gift tags with FREE PRINTABLE

I cut the tags out and then used a Crop-a-Dile to punch a hole in the top of the tags. Then I used the Crop-a-dile to set 5/32″ silver eyelets in the holes.

Christmas Mason jar gift printable

Then I used a 2.5″ circle punch to cut out mason jar lid covers. If you don’t have a circle punch that size, you can always lay a mason jar lid on the paper and trace and cut it out.

Farmhouse style Christmas Gift Tags printable + mason jar gift idea

Then I topped with a grosgrain black ribbon bow and handed them out!

I recently hired a friend to help me make videos for you guys. So if you want a quick visual of how this gift comes together, check it out below!

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Canon. All opinions are my own.

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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    Lisa Lee

    The link to the chex mix isn’t working. I’d love to get the recipe. :)

      1. Lisa Lee

        The link doesn’t work. :(

  2. 2


    Hope all is well. You haven’t posted in nearly a month and I was wondering how all of you are.
    Thinking of you.


    1. 2.1

      Hi Maureen,
      Oh my goodness, you are so sweet to check on me!! I really appreciate that. It means more than you know. I honestly thought no one would even notice. We are doing fine. I was struggling with a few things in my life and then we’ve been having snow days, so I haven’t had much time with all the kids home. I am hoping to get back in the swing of things soon though. Again, I sincerely appreciate the kind note! You are so thoughtful to check on me. Hope you are doing well!! Best wishes, Linda