Free Hanukkah Gift Tags

Click the link below to download the free printable Chanukah gift tags

As I explained in my post with the free Hanukkah invitations, I was considering converting to Judaism many years ago. During that time, I tuned into how much of the world celebrates Christmas. As a result, Hanukkah is often given very little attention in the retail world. So all these years later (not sure what took me so long) I thought I would do my part to contribute a little pretty to this holiday.

Tips for Making the Tags

You can use any paper or cardstock you like but I found that presentation paper works well and provides really saturated, beautiful color. If you use it, though, you might not want to use the "Best" or equivalent setting on your printer. This paper sucks up ink so it doesn't require a heavy setting like that. I used the "Normal" setting on my printer.

You can also get full sheets of sticker paper and then the tags will stick on the presents.

After trying many kinds of scissors on printables over the years, I find curved manicure scissors work the best for anything that has curved edges like some of these tags. They also work on your nails. :-)

You might also like the matching invitations:

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Credits: These lovely Hanukkah images come from Josy Carson. Many thanks to her for allowing me to use them in these present tags.

Terms: These gift tags are for personal use only. Please see the image terms of use for more details.

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