{Free} Santa Gift Tags

One of my favorite Christmas memories as a child was of my brother and I getting up before our parents and rushing into the living room to find gifts from Santa in front of the tree. He never wrapped his presents, but he did always put a big bow on them. I’ve carried on the tradition in my house by setting out a big gift from Santa on Christmas morning. To make Santa’s gifts a bit more magical, we always add gift tags from the big man in his own handwriting to make it feel a bit more authentic. And, because my super sleuth daughter can recognize our handwriting, these gift tags pass the test.

If you liked the Santa Letterhead, you’ll love these matching Santa Gift Tags in Santa’s own handwriting. Just type the names of your children into the editable¬† fields, print, trim and attach to your gift from Santa.

Gift tags are 2×3.5″, with eight tags per sheet. Just print on card stock or matte photo paper.

Click on this link to download your {FREE} Free Santa Gift Tags. Then just type, print, and trim!

Hope you enjoy them!


  1. Christy Chrisman says

    Gretchen – as always beautiful. Loved the Santa letters (our elves delivered them and then returned them to Santa) and now the tags. As the kids get older it is harder and harder to hide my handwriting so thank you :)

  2. Kim says

    Thanks for sharing, great idea. My kids are older, but I used to take tags to work & have my co-workers fill them out so the kids didn’t recognize my handwriting. Over the years, besides Santa, my kids would get gifts from Rudolph, Hermey the elf, Yukon Jack and the Bumble. To keep the wrapping paper separate, the gifts from Santa were always wrapped in plain red, green, blue, etc. The gifts from Mom & Dad were in the paper with designs – snowmen, snowflakes, etc.
    Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas and fabulous New Year.

    • Gretchen says

      Thank you for sharing that, Kim! Such a sweet story. I love the idea of gifting from their favorite movie characters too. What a sweet way to add some magic! Merry Christmas to you too!

  3. Amy says

    Thanks for sharing these!!!! How did you set it up so that we can type in our own names online? Some sort of interactive pdf or is it something in wordpress? Whatever it is, you made my life a lot easier tonight!!! Thanks!!! Merry Christmas.

    • Gretchen says

      Hi, Amy! I’m so glad you can use it. Pretty sure my daughter could identify our handwriting too. Have a Merry Christmas!

  4. dylan`s mom says

    Absolutely LOVE these and the letter from Santa.. so amazing and thoughtful and creative, cant wait to use them this year

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