It’s Day two of Getting Ready for Christmas and today I am sharing some very creative ideas for gift wrapping with some very funny gift tag ideas!
I have teamed up with my dear friend KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms (scroll down for a link to her post or click here) and today we are sharing two different ideas! I am sharing some very fun Christmas tags and KariAnne is sharing 27 ways to decorate with ornaments!
Our family is not “formal” and it’s because we add humor to almost everything we do. Including wrapping presents. If you look closely, you just might notice some very interesting gift tags.
One of my sons, whose shall remain nameless (but his name rhymes with Smichael), started wrapping his gifts with tags that needed to be “deciphered”. On Christmas morning, we had to figure out a clue or a funny saying to determine who the gift was for!
I decided to step it up another notch and create some very fun gift tags for gifts!
I have had so much fun wrapping these gifts and creating name tags. And that’s because I was laughing out loud the entire time!
I think this might be exactly what we all need to add a very fun twist to your Christmas!
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Creative Ideas for Gift Wrapping – Make Creative Gift Tags!
Here is the first silly gift tag. It requires you to add 4,503,687 and 6,598,305.
The answer is 11101992. Which can also be read as 11-10-1992, which is Matt’s birthday. Guess who gets this gift?
I love that these gifts are very festive and yet the tags are silly.
If you look at the next stack of gifts, the gift says DRAWEN in scrabble letters.
I don’t have a son named DRAWEN. But I do have a son named Andrew. Hahaha.
This next one takes a bit of figuring out.
It starts with me, then Dave, his father Phil, back to Dave, and then Matt! Wait, Matt has two gifts already?
Can you figure out the one below? You need to find the words that say “For … and then a name of one of my sons”.
This might help.
How to Make These Creative Ideas for Gift Wrapping
You don’t need much to make these. You can always handwrite them
I used a website to make my own Reading Worksheet Generator as seen above. You just type in the words that you want to appear in the worksheet and it makes it for you.
To make the stamped tags you just need some tags and rubber stamps. I encourage you to have some fun coming up with ideas. If you come up with any great ideas, please share them in the comments! I need more!
For the math “flash card”, I just typed it on the computer and printed it out. I cut it and attached it to a manila tag.
I hope you will use some of these ideas as your own. They are so much fun.
Watch As I Share These Fun Gift Tag Ideas
Watch this video here. Just watch the demo to see how I made all of these very fun (and different) gift tags.
If you missed any of my Twelve Days for Getting Ready for Christmas, you can find them here:
- Day 1 – How to Choose Christmas Colors for Your Holiday Decor
- Day 2 – Creative Ideas for Christmas Gift Tags
You can also find KariAnne’s amazing blog posts here:
A Home to Share, by Leslie Saeta
My Amazon Christmas Favorites
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KariAnne’s 12 Days of Getting Ready for Christmas – Day Two
I love her ideas! Click on the link below to see them all.
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