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Glitter Gift Tag & Ornament Project
Projects : Christmas : Crafty Glitter Christmas Tree Ornaments & Gift Tags

Crafty Glitter Christmas Tree Ornaments & Gift Tags

By Chris Dunmire

Ornament Gift Tag SelectionQ: 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.

GLITTER USE CAUTION: Some glitter is made of metal and if it gets into the eye can cause a cut. Children should be supervised when using glitter or have an adult apply the glitter to the patterns.


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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:

  1. Print page on colored or white card stock or thick paper.

  2. Cut out tag slightly within dotted guide.

  3. Write message on back of tag.

  4. Punch hole in tag and attach to gift or Christmas tree.

Glitter Pattern Gift Tag Directions:

  1. Print page on colored or white card stock or thick paper.

  2. Cut out tag slightly within dotted guide.

  3. Write message on back of tag.

  4. Outline gray areas on front of tag with thin line of glue and sprinkle on green or red glitter. Allow tag to dry completely before shaking off excess glitter.

    GLITTER USE CAUTION: Children should be supervised when using glitter or have an adult apply the glitter to the patterns.

  5. Punch hole in tag and attach to gift or Christmas tree.

Christmas Ornament Gift Tag Selection

Bell Gift Tags (Color)Bell Gift Tags (Color)
PDF 62 KB
Two tags per page (red & green)

 

Bell Glitter Pattern Gift TagsBell Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
PDF 65 KB
Two tags per page (gray pattern outline)

 

Star Gift Tags (Color)Star Gift Tags (Color)
PDF 47 KB
Two tags per page (red & green)

 

Star Glitter Pattern Gift TagsStar Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
PDF 45 KB
Two tags per page (gray pattern outline)

 

Stocking Gift Tags (Color)Stocking Gift Tags (Color)
PDF 51 KB
Two tags per page (red & green)

 

Stocking Glitter Pattern Gift TagsStocking Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
PDF 51 KB
Two tags per page (gray pattern outline)

 

Sleigh Gift Tags (Color)Sleigh Gift Tags (Color)
PDF 61 KB
Two tags per page (red & green)

 

Sleigh Glitter Pattern Gift TagsSleigh Glitter Pattern Gift Tags
PDF 63 KB
Two tags per page (gray pattern outline)


More with Chris Dunmire

ColorCreativity Portal™ founder Chris Dunmire inspires artists, writers, teachers and children with her creative prompts and writing activities. She's trained as a creativity coach with both Eric Maisel, PhD, and Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching™ founder Jill Badonsky, MeD. Her sense of humor and witty wordplay is woven throughout the corridors of Creativity Portal where she encourages others towards engaging in deeper, more meaningful levels of artistic expression and playful creativity, sustained in part through the support of Creativity Portal Access Pass Holders. Please sign up — your support counts and is appreciated!


11/24/07