Join a free Christmas printable blog hop with 10 different bloggers and use our holiday tags, labels, and more like these modern abstract gifts tags.
Hi there! Welcome to a Christmas printable blog hop hosted by the talented Carrie from Lovely Etc. She is also the sweet host behind a Very Merry Christmas home tour hop that I took part in last week.
If you are coming from Refresh Living, welcome! Isn’t her watercolor printable art gorgeous? I’m so glad you stopped by! I already created a subscriber Christmas Scandinavian printable art this month so I decided to create abstract modern Christmas gift tags for the growing library of subscriber free printables.
Printable Modern Abstract Holiday Gift Tags
What I love about these gift tags is that they could really be used any time of the year (especially Valentine’s) and add a fun pop of color to gift wrap. I already have most of our presents wrapped in different neutral patterns and tied black ribbon around all of them to make them cohesive.
After I printed and cut out the modern abstract tags, I just tucked them under the ribbon!
I think these would look great with this fun gift wrap idea!
Next on the hop is my sweet friend Tara from Lehman Lane sharing a beautiful reminder of Christmas. You can find the entire list of participating bloggers below. I encourage you to check them all out! I’m excited to see them all.
Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags from Lovely Etc.
Printable Advent Calendar and Family Devotions from All Things With Purpose
Free Watercolor Christmas Printables from Refresh Living
Printable Modern Abstract Christmas Gift Tags from Up To Date Interiors
Come Thou Long Expected Jesus – Free Christmas Printable from Lehman Lane
Free Printable Christmas Wine Gift Hangers from The Heathered Nest
Free Christmas Printable for Your Home from What Meegan Makes
Free Printable Gift Tags and Wine Tags from The Navage Patch
Printable Christmas Gift Card Holder from Houseful of Handmade
Free Printable Christmas Storage Labels from Bigger Than the Three of Us
Head over to the Winter holidays, DIYs, and decor page for more articles and resources!