MAKE IT: DIY holiday gift tags

MAKE IT: DIY holiday gift tags

DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet Escape

If you’re like me and keep all your crafty scraps then you probably have a bunch of short pieces of ribbon tucked away that aren’t really long enough to be super useful, until now. This really easy DIY is a great way to use up scrap ribbon or gives you a reason to go buy 1 yard of a bunch of different ribbon. May Arts ribbon has an endless selection of options in any style your pretty little holiday heart desires to make these simple gift tags.

DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet Escape

Pick your favourite ribbons and have some fun with colour and texture combos. I decided to go a little more rustic with the craft paper wrap and some natural materials. You can make your own gift tags like I did from some handmade paper and a hole punch or just buy some blank tags. Then comes the sewing part but don’t worry, it’s just straight lines, no sweat.

DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet EscapeIt’s easy and it’s made by you. DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet Escape

DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet Escape

DIY Holiday Christmas ribbon gift tags / The Sweet EscapeIf you’re looking for some more rustic style holiday craft ideas, check out these great ideas by some of my talented blogger pals.

Rustic Christmas DIY Projects / The Sweet Escape

Santa Cookies from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs

Deer Head String Art from Clean and Sentsible

Vintage Door Advent from The DIY Mommy

Rag Ribbon Christmas Trees from Craftberry Bush

Rustic Christmas Tree from Fynes Designs

Christmas Window Box from Echoes of Laughter

Ribbon Napkin Rings from Suburble

Vintage Table Setting from The Sweetest Digs

Twig Stars and Snowflakes from The DIY Dreamer

Pretty Gift Wrapping from The Sweetest Escape

Rustic Wreath from North Story

Wood Block Presents from The Happy Housie

Winter Swag from Satori Design for Living


11 responses to “MAKE IT: DIY holiday gift tags”

  1. These are totally cute, and super easy to re-create! I love all the ribbons you chose to work with. And holy I have a lot of scraps that need to be put to good use!

  2. Your wrapping is beautiful! Love how you sew the ribbon right on! Thanks for sharing :)

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