Wooden Gift Tags for New Years

Easy Wooden Gift Tags for New Years! Recreate these simple modern designs in just a few minutes with these personalized gift tags!

Wooden Gift Tags with text overlay

It’s only a few short sleeps until we celebrate the end of 2018! How was your year? Do you look back and remember is fondly? Are you looking forward to 2019? Either way, you need to celebrate! I wanted to make something unique this year to use as gift tags and once I realized I could easily make wooden gift tags, I knew I would be sharing them on here.

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How to Make Your New Years Wooden Gift Tags

Have you used balsa wood before? It’s a fun craft material. It’s an extremely lightweight wood – it almost feels like foam sheets in your hand. You know that I already love creating things with wood, but now I can craft with wood too! lol.

steel rule die package
balsa wood

Materials Needed

Step-By-Step Tutorial for Your Wooden Gift Tags

Start by cutting your square balsa wood sheets in half.

cut wooden piece in half

Then simply place the balsa wood piece on top of the tag design you want to use from the “Tag, You’re It” Steel Rule Die, and crank it through the Platinum 6 machine.

platinum 6 machine
cutting out wooden shape

When it comes out, you’ll have a perfectly cut wooden gift tag that you can embellish however you like! Here are some of the tags I designed…

Wooden Gift Tags

I made a few tree tags that easily could be used for Christmas or New Years. I just traced a tree cookie cutter for the design – couldn’t be easier!

tree drawings on tags

If you’re skilled with a pen (which I am not…. sadly, lol), don’t be afraid to just draw right on them!

Tree drawing on a tag
New Years Gift Tags

Washi tape and stickers can go a long way in creating unique cards and tags!

Wooden Gift Tags

Whether you are the hostess sending cookies home in boxes, the guest labelling your food for the potluck, or the guest bringing a bottle of wine as a hostess gift, you can use one of these unique wooden gift tag ideas!

Wooden Gift Tags
wine with a tag
wine with a tag
Wooden Gift Tags
New Years Gift Tags
Wooden Gift Tags on presents
Wooden Gift Tags on presents
Presents with tags
Designs on Gift Tags

Hope you found some inspiration somewhere in there! I know I always have fun when I just let myself get creative with a pen and some stickers :)

If you prefer to print your gift tags, I made these adorable “Kiss” Chocolates Printable Tags for you to download too!

Printable Tags

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For another fun New Years DIY craft idea, check out these New Years Cupcake Toppers!

Perfect New Years Cupcake Toppers! Love these gold toppers for a Gold, Black and White New Years Eve Party! Easy to make with the Cricut! #NewYears #gold #party #cupcaketoppers

For another quick and easy DIY using the platinum 6 machine, check out these DIY Metallic Labels!

Beautiful wooden gift tags for Christmas or New Years. Love the simple modern designs. You can easily recreate them in just a few minutes! Black and gold are the perfect colours for a New Years Eve party!

Wooden Gift Tags for New Years

Easy Wooden Gift Tags for New Years! Recreate these simple modern designs in just a few minutes with these personalized gift tags!

Materials

  • Balsa Wood
  • Platinum 6 machine
  • “Tag, You’re It” Steel Rule Die
  • Embellishments in your theme colours (e.g. stickers, washi tape, accessories)

Instructions

  1. Cut your square balsa wood sheets in half.
  2. Place the balsa wood piece on top of the tag design you want to use from the “Tag, You’re It” Steel Rule Die, and crank it through the Platinum 6 machine
  3. Now you have a perfectly cut wooden gift tag that you can embellish however you like!

4 thoughts on “Wooden Gift Tags for New Years

  1. TOTALLY weird question, I know, but what font is the word “New Years” in on the first picture? I ADORE IT!!!!

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