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Pretty Hand-Drawn Gold Tree Gift tags

Written by: | Published: December 21, 2016 | Updated: September 05, 2023

You’re going to love making these Hand-Drawn Gold Tree Gift tags with your Cricut. I’ve already done all the drawing for you, you just need to get out your Cricut machine, the pretty gold glitter pen and some gold adhesive foil.

Hand-drawn gold tree gift tag designed by Jen Goode

Don’t worry if you don’t have all these supplies, you can replace the pen color and the foil. The tag itself is a print-then-cut design that you can also customize with your favorite printable patterns.

Hand-Drawn Gold Tree Gift tags

Use the gold glitter Cricut pen and printable patterns to make a variety of pretty Christmas tree gift tags. You can also change the bow using different foil colors or cardstock colors.

Materials

Let your Cricut machine draw art gift tags for you
Let your Cricut machine draw art gift tags for you

Instructions

  1. Follow onscreen instructions to print, draw and cut gift tags.
  2. Write the to and from names on the back of the gift tag. You can also write a little note if you’d like.
  3. Thread twine through the top hole of the gift tag and attach to your gift.

Tip:  Include text on each tag to print if you’d like. Simply un-flattened the attached components of the printable tag, then add a text layer, and finish by flattening the text to the printable tag.

Make your own Christmas Gold Tree Gift Tags

Hand-drawn gold tree gift tag designed by Jen Goode
Hand-drawn gold tree gift tag designed by Jen Goode
Make your own hand-drawn look gift tags
Make your own hand-drawn look gift tags
Add gold accents to pretty white gifts - gift tag made with Cricut
Add gold accents to pretty white gifts – gift tag made with Cricut
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