Free Vintage Thanksgiving Gift Tags and Cards
I created some lovely old-world Thanksgiving gift tags and greeting cards for anyone to download and print… you don’t even need to sign up for my newsletter. 🙃 The holiday season is gearing up and we all could use a freebie to save a little cash this year. Use these to share greeting cards or decorate preserves, mason jar mixes, baked goods, and hostess gifts for Thanksgiving.
Please use printer paper that is recycled or sustainably produced if possible. 🌳
You might also enjoy my free Autumn Canning Labels and Harvest Tracker Garden Journal Sheet!
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Thanksgiving Gift Tags to Dress Up Gifts
Who doesn’t love getting homemade jams, bottles of wine, baked goods, or jars of honey? Up your gifting game for just the cost of your paper and ink… print up as many of these tags as you need! 🍎
Need ideas for homemade gifts? Check out my recipes for Apple Jam, Cranberry Jelly, Apple Cranberry Jam, and Cranberry Jam!
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How to Make Gift Tags
- Check out the images below of my free printables.
- Click on the ‘Download’ button for the image you wish to print out.
- Your computer will save the PDF file, probably to your ‘download’ folder.
- Go to the file, open it, and click on the printer icon.
- Double-check to make sure you are using the best quality print option and you have the proper paper in the printer.
- Print out as many copies as you’d like!
- You may keep the downloaded file on your computer for future use.
- For the gift tags, you will need to cut them out and use a punch to put a hole in for your ribbon, twine or yarn. Then use the tags to decorate your gifts!
Greeting Cards – a Special Note
The images of the downloads below don’t show the outline of the entire sheet of paper. So you see what looks like an off-center image. There is actually a blank side for the back of the card since you’ll be folding the paper in half.
You can print the image on one side of the paper and then print one of the messages on the other side of the paper or you may write a note by hand. If you have a printer that automatically prints on both sides, this is easy! Otherwise, you’ll need to feed the paper through twice and it may take a couple of attempts to line things up properly.
I suggest using a thicker sheet of paper or card stock, perhaps in ivory. A thin sheet of paper will most likely show the image on the other side. You may color in the images or add your own ribbons, glitter, or raffia.
You may also print the image out on one color of paper, cut it out and attach it to the front of card stock in another color to create a more custom look.
Thanksgiving Messages for Your Cards…
Be sure to choose a message for a greeting card that opens the same way as the image for the front of the card!
Create Your Own Thanksgiving Cards from Scratch!
If you would like to create your own cards, you can do what I did! Check out a free online program such as Canva for creating printable cards and tags according to your tastes.
The site you choose may have some images available for free, but you can find more images by doing some searching online. Check out The Graphics Fairy for free images.
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These are so beautiful! Thank you!
Thank you so much, Amy! I’m happy to share!