We Whisk You A Merry Christmas Free Printable Gift Tags

We Whisk You a Merry Christmas Gift Tags

Here is an idea for holiday gifts for teachers, staff, or neighbors. How about putting together a fun, but inexpensive, baking kit with your favorite mix and a whisk? You can customize this to the occasion, and use cookie, bread, or a dip mix. Then just add a whisk, and if you want a larger gift you can throw in mixing spoons or spatulas as well. You may download your free printable tags using the form at the end of these instructions.

Materials:

Printer
White Cardstock
Scissors
Pinking Scissors
3.5 inch Hole Punch
1/4 inch Hole Punch
Baker’s Twine
Brown Paper Bag
Whisk
Your Favorite Baking or Dip Mix

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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 four circle tags on a page.

For paper, use a white cardstock.  If you do not have a printer, you can also have them printed at Staples or an office store local to you.

Once you are ready, print as many sheets as you need.

STEP 2 Cut Out Your Tags

The tool you need to make these tags is an extra large circle punch. This design is compatible with a 3.5 inch circle. I used this punch that I bought on Amazon.

Trim the sheet to remove a little of the border, so you are able to fully insert it into the punch. Insert your sheet and flip the punch over so that you can center the design inside the frame. Then just press down.

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You now have a perfect circle. Using your quarter inch hole punch, create a small hole for the string at the top of the tag.

STEP 3 Package the Kits

You can get creative with what to put in your baking kits.  I love these dip mixes inside Christmas tree ornaments, or you could try a mason jar brownie mix like these.  For the whisk, if you want something more festive that the basic stainless steel one I used, see these red silicone ones.

I used an inexpensive kraft paper bag to hold it all together.  I trimmed the top of the bag with pinking scissors.

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Then I just filled the bag with my mixes (I went with an assortment of dips), inserted my whisk, and tied the tag on with baker’s twine.

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Please use a computer, not a mobile device, to download your printables.

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!

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