Download D23 Season of Magic Gift Tags for the Holidays

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D23, Disney’s official fan club, is spreading holiday cheer this season with free printable gift tags to add to your upcoming gift-giving! These gift tags are perfect to add just an extra little bit of magic to your gift wrapping, and they are free and easy to print with D23’s quick tutorial.

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Before you get started, grab your supplies. You will need 8.5 x 11 inch white cardstock that you are able to print on (if you happen to have non-print cardstock on hand, you could print the tags on regular paper and attach them to a thicker material, it would just be an extra step.) You will also need scissors and some double-sided tape, and the optional tool of 8.5 x 11 inch white sticker paper (from the scrapbook aisle of your local craft store) and you’ll be ready to go!

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Once you are ready to start, download the sheet of gift labels here. Fill your printer with cardstock and get to printing! Then use scissors (with adult supervision if needed) to cut around each tag. The grey border can serve as your outline so the tags get cut out evenly.

Grab your most festive pens or markers and fill out your name and your gift recipient’s names on the tags, and attach the tags to your gift using that double-sided tape.

For some extra easy crafting magic, you can print the tags right on sticker paper to attach them right to your gifts. For odd shaped gifts, gift bags, or if you just prefer the look of a hangtag, you could also attach the tags to a thick cardstock and hole punch them then tie to gift boxes or bags using a ribbon. There are a lot of options if you feel like getting a little creative!

Click here to find full directions and downloads from D23.

And, if you’re wondering what to fill those gift boxes with…We love this list of personalized gift ideas from Disney Springs!

Happy gifting!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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