FREE Holiday Greeting Tag and Pocket | December 03, 2012

I know the incessant carolling can be mind-numbing, the overly crowded shops are tear-your-hair-out frustrating and the tinsel is overwhelming but I love this season. Probably because it gives me an excuse to go details crazy. And we all know how much I love my details. Wrapping, baking, decorating... oh my!

With this holiday freebie, I decided to go for a little more of a traditional vibe... because the classics can be fun too!

It's a kind of tag/card hybrid to adorn your gifts or send in the mail- and it's available in 2 designs. I have also included a cute red and blue plaid pocket to tuck the tag into. The recipient can put the tag on display, much like a greeting card, except it can be tied to the Christmas tree or a hook, or decorative branches...

Oh, and the little toothpick signs that you see in some of these photos are part of freebie set that I will make available soon, so stay tuned!

If you have any issues downloading, try right clicking (Control and Click on the mac) on the download button and saving directly to your computer.

Please note that the PDF is a 2 page document. The tag designs are on the first page and the pocket design on the second page. 

NOTE: IF you are using Mac Preview to view or print this file, the colours may come out completely wrong. Save the file to your computer (Press Control and Click on the download button and "Save Linked File as") and open with Adobe Acrobat Reader instead. If you do not have this program, you can download it for free from here. Never print with Mac Preview.

Print out onto good quality, thick white card stock. For those located in Melbourne, specialty paper suppliers include Papyrus Design, Rock Paper Scissors and Papermarc.

For more vibrant colours, try thick glossy photo paper. This is usually available in any stores that stock printer supplies- i.e Dick Smith. Be aware that these papers have the brand watermark on the back.

Always make sure, in the printer 'setup' that you set your printer quality settings to "High" and you select the appropriate paper type (e.g. Photo Paper Plus Glossy II).

I have used a Canon Pixma MG6150 Colour Inkjet Printer in conjunction with Canon Pixma Photo Paper Plus Glossy II (260 gsm). Keep in mind that this photo paper does have the Canon watermark on the back. 

To cut out the artwork I use an x-acto knife with a ruler and cutting board.

For the plaid pocket, cut along the solid lines, score and fold along the dotted lines. Attach double-sided tape or glue to the white tabs on either side.

I used a 1/8" circle CARL craft punch for the hole to connect the twine.

I have used a 1 inch circle craft punch to create the semi-circle in the top of the pocket.

Free Holiday Knit Gift Tags   DIY Holiday Paper Reindeer Postcard and Tag   Free Patterned Holiday Gift Tags


All photos and artwork are © Amy Moss for Eat Drink Chic. Artwork in the downloadable PDF is free strictly for personal use, not for commercial use. Sharing these photos on Pinterest is welcome as long as you credit and link back to If you'd like to blog about this post, a) I will love you forever and b) feel free to use a couple of photos provided that you link back to the full post on this page. Please do not distribute my downloadable artwork from your site and, as a courtesy, please do not link directly to the PDF download on my site- Instead, please link back to this page. 

Thanks so much for reading this boring footer stuff! :)

{ all images by Amy Moss }

posted under: Christmas, Do It Yourself, Free Stuff, Gift Ideas, Stationery


  1. Completely love all your freebies, I truly appreciate printables. As a matter of fact i have a post coming up that has one of yours.

    p.s. this postcard comment box is incredible.

  2. Any chance on a font list? Particularly the JOY font? :)
  3. I love it....thanks for sharing!
  4. Marjorie | Dec 4, 2012
    Ahhhh, Thank you so much ! GREAT ! "Merci" in french ;)
  5. leanne | Dec 5, 2012
    fabulous new look site amy!!

    and gorgeous printables! i'm looking forward to using some this christmas xx
  6. The new website presentation is very nice, very fresh, I love it ! :)
  7. This is such a brilliant idea! Amazing!
  8. LOVE the new design and another set of fantastic tags. Your blog keeps pulling me back, and I love it for that. Have had such a lovely time browsing. Keep up the great work x

  9. Just gorgeous as usual! Such a talented individual!
  10. these are beautiful! just love these tags. Thanks
  11. Cécile | Dec 12, 2012
    Hello, where i can find the picture you put on the toothpick ? it's so nice i want the same for my christmas lunch ^^ Thank a lot
  12. Daisy | Dec 15, 2012
    Remembered I found your blog last year with the lovely Christmas tags and have only just revisited. As someone else said so well, 'with joy'!!

    Thank you!!
  13. I absolutely love these gift tags! They are so gorgeous. Thank you for sharing!
  14. Rebecca | Dec 20, 2012
    You make me wanting to start bloging! :D
    I have a question about the fonts: how does it work with copyright för them? Where do you get them, are they free? :)
  15. Hi Amy

    These are just gorgeous! I love the slip-in envelope idea. Makes me want to get a circle craft punch just to cut into the edge of the envelope! (But I must stop buying craft products...grrr... there have gone to all digital creations these days)

    Also very handy to have some shops listed (in Australia) for paper supplies. These seem to be getting fewer these days..hmm... will have to search out their e-counterparts to see where they have gone.

    cheerio, Lou
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  17. libbywilko | Feb 9, 2013
    Love the cards and the envelopes are so sweet... love them both. Thank you.
  18. these are simply gorgeous thank you!
  19. super card Design
  20. 153Wow ! Great crativity and the post clarity is awesome.306
  21. nice post aDMIN
  22. Those are some really nice greeting tags and for free, even better! I did not know about it earlier, though, as I was busy with work from I would really like to learn about such an opportunity in the future.
  23. really enjoy it
  24. hello
    I absolutely loved the post. I liked the idea of making Christmas tags. The sample look brilliant . Please do let me know how can i buy them.
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  30. very good
  31. Wow these are so cute! Wanna have it!
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