Print out these Gift Tags to use on all of your packages this Christmas! Follow the instructions below for best results! All of the tags you will find here were made exclusively for and feature vintage holiday card graphics. We plan to do several more pages of these tags so be sure to sign up on our mailing list to be informed when we add more pages of gift tags! Click HERE to sign up!

Instructions for Gift Tags~ Click on one of the links below to open a window of gift tags. Choose either the low resolution tags for fast download and faster printing or the high resolution tags for higher quality printing (slower download--it may take several minutes depending on your connection speed, please be patient!)

After the page loads in with the gift tags just choose print! You may choose either plain paper or sticky labels depending on how you want your tags to come out. Good luck!

Paper Choices~ If you would like to print out tags on labels that can be peeled off and stuck directly on packages then choose AVERY 8252 Inkjet labels for color printing. You can choose any 1 1/3" x 4" label if you don't have the Avery brand but you may have to make some adjustments to the image and/or printer before it will print correctly. You can print in color or black and white.

You may also choose to print on a high quality card stock and cut the labels out, hole puch the end, and thread ribbon through for tie on labels. They look really sharp this way! You will actually get a higher quality printout with this method as long as you choose the high resolution tag and a high quality paper such as any photo quality card stock (make certain it is suitable for your printer.)

Printer Settings~ Since there are so many different types of printers out there we cannot give specific instructions for each one. You will have to experiment a bit most likely before the image will print correctly. Make sure you DO NOT have FIT TO PAPER checked and to DO NOT print headers and footers. If the image still doesn't print correctly try downloading it directly to your hard drive and adjusting the size with a photo manipulation program such as Photoshop. If you are printing onto card stock the exact placement isn't crucial as you will need to cut out each tag. However, if you are printing onto labels it is more important that the image be centered correctly so when you peel each label off it doesn't cut into adjacent images. We spent a lot of time making these labels print out correctly with our system (we are using an Epson Stylus Color 740 printer with a Mac computer and MSIE browser.) Although you may need to make minor adjustments you should be able to print these labels out without too much trouble!
Christmas Gift Tags!
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