Free Printable Christ Centered Christmas Gift Tags

Free Printable Christ centered Christmas gift tags.Printable Christ-Centered Christmas Gift Tags

While looking through my stash of Christmas tags the other day, it dawned on me that not a single one reflected the true meaning of Christmas. Now don’t get me wrong—I still think penguins, polar bears, poinsettias, and jingle bells are fun and festive. I just really wanted to put a few tags on my family’s gifts this year that celebrated the birth of Christ.

Have you ever noticed how difficult it is to find Christ-centered gift tags?

Instead of stressing myself out trying to locate some, I decided to make my own and share them with you. This free printable set includes 10 gift tags with a mix of scriptures and quotes. Please feel free to print as many as you’d like and share them with your friends and family. Click here to print.

Printable "Jesus is the Reason for the Season" Christmas gift tag.


• To avoid smudges, let the paper completely dry before cutting out your gift tags.

• For a sturdier gift tag, try printing them out on your favorite card stock or photo paper.

• To attach the gift tag to a bag or bow, punch a hole in the top of the tag with a hole punch, thread the ribbon or string through the hole and fasten it to the bag or bow.

• If you’d prefer to turn these into Gift-Tag-Stickers, you could print the tags out on sticker paper, which can be purchased at most craft or office supply stores.

Free Printable Christ Centered Christmas gift tags. Includes quotes and scriptures.

Follow my Keep Christ in Christmas board on Pinterest for more ideas, inspiration, and printables. Thanks for stopping by! ~Kelly

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*Please note: All free resources on the website are available to download and then print from your own personal device. I don’t currently have the capability to mail any of the free resources offered on the blog to a physical address–it’s not a service I can provide at this time. Please accept my apologies.