Free Printable Christmas Cards and Gift Tags in Red

To get you started with your Holiday preparations this year, we are giving away a set of free printable Christmas cards and gift tags sporting red and white color scheme. You may also use these Christmas cards as journal cards for your scrapbook. The pack that you may download also include some round stickers with lovely designs in red and green.

For sure, there are hundreds of Christmas cards and gift tags that you can buy from the store. But using these templates can help you create something that is unique and personal. You can add your message in the gift tags using Photoshop. However, a handwritten note would look lovely as well.

ABOUT FREE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS CARDS AND GIFT TAGS

The free printable Christmas cards and gift tags have paper and kraft cardboard  texture with snowflakes pattern in red and white as background. Each gift tag measures around 2 x 3 inches. Just print, cut around the edges, and punch hole for your favorite ribbons or twine. A white, red, or gold ribbon would look great on them. Ribbons and twines may be bought from craft stores and book stores.

Meanwhile, the free printable Christmas cards also feature snowflakes pattern in red and white. You may also use these cards as gift cards. Each card measures around 3 x 5 inches. As bonus, we added two cute gift tags you can use for home made goodies you plan to give to friends or for your holiday party favors.

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FREE ROUNDED CHRISTMAS GIFT TAGS

The second part of this printable set contains 12 rounded cards with each having a unique design.  You may print this on a thick card board and use as tags for your party favors. The best way to use them is to print on sticker paper so you can just stick them as labels on your gifts and giveaways.

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FREE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS CARDS – 4×3 INCHES

The third page contains note cards that are also perfect for your diaries and journals. Each card measures 4 x 3 inches, with each having a unique design. There is a note card for your shopping list and Christmas wish list. These cards will make your journals and scrapbooks more interesting and the events in your life more memorable.  You can also print them on sticker paper and just stick them on your planners or notebooks. The design features some popular Christmas symbols such as snowflakes, gifts, and of course, the ultimate Christmas wish for peace, love, and joy.

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The file that you may download is in PDF format. It contains three pages so make sure to scroll down to see all the pages before printing. The files are contained in a zipped folder. Simply unzip, open the file, and print. You may print this using US letter size paper, 8 x 11 inches or A4 paper. Depending on your printer, you may need to adjust margins. You can fix this by choosing “fit to page” in your printer settings.


 

HOW TO USE THESE FREE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS CARDS AND GIFT TAGS

1. The file that you may download is in PDF. You need at least an Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file. If you do not have an Acrobat Reader, you may download this for free here: https://get.adobe.com/reader/

2. Print the file using a letter size or A4 card stock. For best results, use 240GSM paper or thicker. Before hitting the print button, make sure the “fit to page” option is checked.

3. Cut the cards along the edges using scissors

4. Alternately, you can print this using sticker paper and just stick on your giveaways.

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TERMS OF USE:

Our free printable Christmas cards and gift tags are free for personal purposes only. Please credit us or link back to us if you use them. Also, please refrain from making them available for download outside of this site. If you want other people to know about our freebies, please refer them to this post.

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