Snowy Scene DIY Gift Tags


Snowy Scene DIY Gift Tags

These DIY Christmas gift tags have a sleek, glitzy look that will make every present you give a work of art!

Snowy Scene DIY Gift Tags
Snowy Scene DIY Gift Tags

If you love giving presents as much as you like receiving them, spread your generous spirit this holiday season by dressing your gifts to the nines. With these sleek Snowy Scene DIY Gift Tags, each gift you give will have a yuletide touch that could warm even the Grinch's heart. These DIY Christmas gift tags are die cut for professionally precise edges. Featuring a snowdrift-set house, fur tree, and stars, each DIY gift tag you make is filled with Christmas imagery. Finish off these beautiful paper patterns with rhinestones and silver ribbon for a glitzy winter vibe everyone will love. 


Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page Size12 inches x 12 inches

Type of Paper UsedCardstock




Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Creative Photo Corners in Black
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Crafty Foam Tape in White
  • HomeHobby by 3L® Dual Tip Glue Pen
  • Spellbinders Paper Arts®: S5-265 Christmas Tag Etched Dies Set
  • Lawn Fawn: Winter Gifts Stamp Set
  • Silver ribbon
  • White and black cardstock
  • Mini gemstones


  1. Die-cut desired tag shapes from etched dies, using a manual die-cutting machine.

  2. Stamp sentiment on the top area of each tag shape to leave room for snow scene design.

  3. Create a hilly base for the bottom of each tag shape.

    Note: you can cut another tag shape and scissor cut a sloped hill for an easy step. Secure it with Crafty Foam Tape for dimension and interest.

  4. Die-cut the desired number of tree and star shapes from the same etched die set with black cardstock. Set aside.

  5. Be creative by seeing Creative Photo Corners Black shapes as houses in tags. Tuck a house or two in slopes of tags. Add a chimney by trimming black cardstock and adhering to the houses with the Dual Tip Glue Pen.

  6. Take the tree and star die cuts and add them in the tags to finish off the scene in the tags. Secured them with the Dual Tip Glue Pen.

  7. Lastly, add rhinestones and thread silver ribbon to each of the tags.

What's your favorite Christmas paper craft? Let us know below in the comments!

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My favorite holiday craft is making cards. There are just so many stamps and papers to choose from! )

What a clever idea for the houses! Well done

I make Christmas tags every year and my adult children love them. The tags youve shown are sweet without being sappy and can be modern or classic just by changing a few elements. Ill be trying these!

I love making Christmas cards all year long! Love the simple black white of these tags.

These are the cutest tags! Thanks for sharing the tutorial )

Super sweet Christmas tags! How clever to use photo corners for the little houses. They are all adorable!

I love making Christmas cards and gift tags. I can't choose which one I like best because both are such fun!

My favorite Christmas paper craft in making homemade Christmas cards!

I like to make Christmas cards for my favorite next is to make Christmas ornaments and decorations

making snowflake ornaments

I like to make hand painted Christmas cards. In addition to paint, I like to work with glitter, seeds, dried twigs and leaves.

Love, love, love making Christmas cards,

Thank you for sharing the tutorial. Adding a personal touch to a gift love it!

Doesn't everyone love making cards?

What cute gift tags! I like making gift card holders with Christmas paper.

Personalized Christmas cards!


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