One of my favorite gift embellishments is a bold letter with the initial of recipient attached to the package. It adds a personal touch, without being overly fussy. Sometimes I have created this look though inexpensive stickers I find at craft stores, but gift tags work well, too. These tags are easy to customize with the letters you need in Adobe Acrobat Reader. I used a modern geometric design in a sunset color palette, which fits my mood during this late summer season. You may download the free printable tags using the form at the bottom of this post.
STEP 1 Download and Print Your Tags
Download the PDF using the link at the bottom of this page. Save it to your hard drive or a thumb drive. The PDF is a letter size, 8.5×11 inch sheet with six tags on a page.
To edit, open the file in Adobe Reader, which is a free download. Then, just click in one of the highlighted fields and type the letter. Use the tab key to move between fields. I used lowercase for mine.
For paper, use a bright white cardstock. If you do not have a printer, you may also just have them printed at an office store local to you. Once you are ready, print as many sheets as you need.
STEP 2 Cut Out Your Tags
Use your paper cutter to cut out the gift tags along the crop lines. You may use scissors if you don’t have a paper cutter, but it is easier to get the corners square with the cutter. Punch a hole in the top and bottom of the tag.
STEP 3 Attach Tags
I used these paper bags I found on Amazon. I folded the tops down once. I then ran my string through the tag holes, and tied it to the bag.
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Note: Tags are for Personal Use Only, and the PDF may not be sold, distributed, or posted on other websites. If you wish to share this project, please link to this page. Happy crafting!