Printable Labels for Homemade Gifts

printable labels

You can buy plain gift tags at many craft stores. I got the ones for my orange-cranberry granola at Michaels. But, sometimes you may want to kick it up a notch and print out something a little prettier.

If so, you’ll love these links.

I’m continually amazed at the talent some people have for creating beautiful, digital art such as these printable gift tags.

Just gorgeous.

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Image courtesy Everything Etsy 75 Free Printables @ Everything Etsy – These make note of the “handmade” aspect of your gift. Very pretty!


Image courtesy Lia Griffith  Printable labels for edible gifts @ Lia Griffith – Absolutely gorgeous!


Image courtesy Packagery Printable floral tags @ Packagery


Image courtesy Ellinee

Printable Chalkboard Gift Tags @ Elli

free printable mason jar chalkboard labels

Image courtesy Crafts with Jars

Mason Jar Chalkboard Tags @ Crafts with Jars

Aren’t these printable gift tags stunning?

shg 5This is Day 6 in the 31 Days of Simple, Homemade Gifts Series. 

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Stacy Karen

Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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