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Personalize presents to friends and family with children's hand-made gift tags. Start a new tradition for the holidays your family celebrates!
Have you noticed how much your friends and family enjoy receiving hand-made gifts from you? Great gift giving starts with tags that make each person's present unique.
Using Crayola® Scissors, cut interesting shapes from dark construction paper. Fold in half if you like.
With Crayola® Metallic FX Crayons, draw pictures or symbols of the holiday at which the gift is being given. These might include birthday candles, Valentine hearts, rolled diplomas, Chanukah menorahs, Christmas trees, crackers for Boxing Day, Kwanzaa benderas, or piñatas for Las Posadas. If the tag is flat, write the name of the person receiving the gift on the front and write your name on the back. If the tag is folded, write the name of the person receiving the gift on the outside, and write your name inside. Include a short message if there's room.
Punch a hole in the corner. Tie a pretty ribbon through the hole to attach the tag to your wrapped gift.
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