Crafty Glitter Christmas Tree Ornaments & Gift Tags
By Chris Dunmire
Q: What's more fun than hanging sparkly ornaments in your Christmas tree?
A: Making the ornaments yourself!
That's right, and now's your chance to get out your craft glue, glitter, scissors and curling ribbon to make an assortment of glitter gift card tags or sparkly ornaments you can hang in your Christmas tree!
It's as easy as 1-2-3: Download and print one of my Christmas card/tag or ornament cut-out templates and follow the directions below.
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Christmas Ornament Gift Tags
Two types of Christmas Ornament Gift Tags are available for you to download and print: Color Gift Tags and Crafty Glitter Pattern Tags. Suggested directions for each follow:
Color Gift Tag Directions:
Glitter Pattern Gift Tag Directions:
Christmas Ornament Gift Tag Selection
Bell Gift Tags (Color)
Bell Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
Star Gift Tags (Color)
Star Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
Stocking Gift Tags (Color)
Stocking Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
Sleigh Gift Tags (Color)
Sleigh Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
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