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Make Handmade Snowman Gift Tags

Add some festive fun to your gift wrapping this year by making handmade snowman gift tags. You don't have to be an illustrator, or even feel confident making a straight line. Instead, let your Cricut machine do the work for you! I've drawn up a cute snowman character that you create with your Cricut – and watch it draw for you! This is one of my all time favorite Cricut Projects. The beauty of this gift tag vs my usual printables… these snowman tags are drawn with an actual pen rather than just printed. Oh how I love to watch this machine do all the doodling!

Snowman Gift Tag made with Cricut designed by Jen Goode
Snowman Gift Tag made with Cricut designed by Jen Goode

Snowman Gift Tags

This illustrated Cricut Design Space project can be drawn in any pen color you prefer. You can also take the finished cut file and hand color any accents you like or get really fancy and add some glitter for sparkle.

Materials you need:

Instructions:

  1. To get started, just head over to this Snowman Gift Tag project at the Cricut Design Space. Follow the on screen instructions.
  2. After the file finishes cutting, remove all the pieces from your cutting mat. Color and embellish however you'd like. Add the little heart snowball to the snowman's hand.
  3. Don't forget to color in your snowman's nose!
The Cricut Explore will draw the snowman art and accents
The Cricut Explore will draw the snowman art and accents
The Cricut Explore will cut out the snowman - you assemble
The Cricut Explore will cut out the snowman – you assemble
Tie your gift tag on your gifts with a pretty bow
Tie your gift tag on your gifts with a pretty bow

More things you can make with this Snowman Art:

You can always hide the hole in the snowman's hat if you want to create something that doesn't need the hanging ribbon.

  • Keepsake gift tags and ornaments – cut the base snowman shape from chipboard and then use a sealer or resin to protect it.
  • Place cards and table decor
  • Stickers – use label paper to create sticker snowmen!
  • Holiday cards, Thank you cards and Note cards
  • Accents to your home decor.
  • Make snowmen of different sizes and then get really creative and draw your own accessories and make a little snowman family

Make this Snowman Gift Tag projecthead over to Cricut Design Space

Cut the snowman shape from chipboard
Cut the snowman shape from chipboard
Make a keepsake snowman ornament with this gift tag design
Make a keepsake snowman ornament with this gift tag design
Original Snowman Art designed by Jen Goode for Cricut Explore
Original Snowman Art designed by Jen Goode for Cricut Explore
Snowman Gift Tags made with Cricut designed by Jen Goode
Snowman Gift Tags made with Cricut designed by Jen Goode
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I hope you have a ton of fun making this snowman gift tag. You can use this snowman design to make so many fun winter projects. What will you do with these cute snowmen? I'd love to hear about it!


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4 thoughts on “Make Handmade Snowman Gift Tags”

  1. Hi Jen,
    How do you get a single stroke line in your drawing? Everything I do has a double stroke. I have a pencil drawing I want to use for a card and even though I save it as a .png file, I get double lines everywhere.
    Would be so appreciative of any help.
    Thank you!

    Reply
    • Hi Nadine,

      I do get some single stroke lines.. but those are intentionally created in Adobe Illustrator. Typically, an draw file is going to have two lines because the software treats all lines as “shapes” instead of actual lines. The only way to get a single line is to create your own SVG file using a straight single line tool. Any kind of angled or fancy line drawing tools will create a shape as far as SVG us concerned. I’m sorry you’re having trouble.. let me know if this helps.

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