DIY Reindeer Gift Tag

Make this year’s Christmas presents a little bit more precious with a homemade gift tag! This DIY Reindeer Rudolph Gift Tag is something you can make and add to all of your gifts.

Homemade Reindeer Gift Tag

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Putting a little creativeness into your gift tags is easier than you might think.

Just think of all the gifts you could tag with this festive reindeer. When you add a special touch to a gift, it makes it even more fun! You are going to learn how to make these reindeer tags right now.

How to Make This DIY Reindeer Rudolph Gift Tag

 

What you need:

  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • String
  • Pom poms
  • Hole punch

Step by Step Tutorial

Making this Christmas tag is something you could do right now with your kids. Of course, if you want to make them for yourself, you can do this also!

Reindeer Gift Tag

Go ahead and create a circle on the white piece of

The circle should be the size of a regular Christmas tag.

After you cut it out, now is the time to draw on the reindeer. You don’t need to be an incredible artist to do this part. Just do your best!

Now you can use a hole punch to put the perfect sized hole in the tag.

Use string or twine and attach it to the tag. It should look something like the picture below.

One of the last steps, but the most fun is to attach a small red pom pom as the nose of the reindeer.

Add this Christmas tag to anything you’d like! If you are wrapping gifts and need a tag, then these are perfect. You can draw different designs as well. Be as festive as you’d like!

DIY Rudolph Gift Tag

This Rudolph Gift Tag works wonders for Christmas gifts. It also works great as a craft that you can do with your family. What’s your favorite part of doing this craft?

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