Vintage Christmas Gift Tags, Labels and Stickers

Welcome day Day 4 of my 12 Days of Christmas celebration!

If  you love vintage style, then this post is for you, and it’s something every single gift-giver needs – Christmas gift tags and labels!

I love gifts that have an old-fashioned look to them, so I tweaked a few of my favorite antique images, and gave them a festive Christmas look, as printable vintage Christmas gift tags.  AJust print them, and add the to your wrapped gifts!  I even included a few that would be perfect for gifts for kids, because they look like they were delivered from Santa’s workshop in the North Pole!  There are 3 sets of printables available – gift tags, gift labels, and stickers.

CLICK Here to print these 6 vintage Christmas gift tags.

Vintage Christmas Gift Tags - Knick of Time -

Printable Vintage Christmas Gift Tags

There are 9 of the North Pole Delivery labels per page.

Click Here to print the North Pole Labels.

Printable Christmas Labels

And there are 9 of the stickers per page (including a blank vintage postcard).

Click Here to print these postcard Christmas stickers.

Printable Vintage Christmas Stickers

If you’d like to print the post card images individually, here they are – the 2 Merry Christmas postcards are full size already, so just right click, save and print.

Christmas Gift Tag Antique Post Card

Antique Post Card Christmas Gift Tag

Click HERE to print the 2 postcards below with winter birds on them at full size.

You can customize the tags with names by saving the images to your computer, then open them with Picmonkey, or any photo editing program, to add names in the font of your choice.

You can also use these images on projects, as I did the Winter Bird Wooden Tray seen HERE.

printable vintage postcard with waxwing bird -

antique postcard with winter bird -

 You can see how the hang tags and red labels originally looked, and print them HERE.

Free Printable Hang Tags Luggage Tags

{Click HERE to see all of the 12 Days of Christmas – the link will be updated with the latest projects each day!}

I hope to see you tomorrow for Day 5!!

12 Days of Christmas Collage

 You’ll find many more Free Printable Vintage Style Labels HERE!

Vintage Labels Free Printables

Merry Christmas, Everyone!


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  1. Susan McMenamin says

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful vintage labels. I have been looking for a vintage winter postcard ige and the cedar waxwing is perfect!

  2. Really cute. thanks for the hard work and for sharing.

  3. Beautiful printables! Thanks so much!!!

  4. These are wonderful, Angie! Thank you! Pinning!

  5. Angie, these are fantastic. Thank you so much, Ardith

  6. Pamela Clare says

    These are absolutely wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing and Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Beautiful tags … thanks Angie. They will come in handy for Christmas.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  8. Angie
    These are just so whimsical.
    I love them 🙂

  9. some people just ‘have it’. You’re one of ’em. Good eye, good talent, good blog, good vision – it’s all there. Always love to check in!

  10. How do we download them. I don’t see a link. Do we have to install the doc to pdf?

  11. Never mind, I figured it out. Thanks

  12. thank you for your constant inspiration and generosity. you continually share your lovely ideas and for so long i have been a lurker on your blog and taken without thanking. i want you to know how very much i appreciate every single thing you do and have created for all of the world to use. and i have used your lovely images and been inspired by your creations. thank you again for such kindness.

  13. Just now catching up from the holidays. I love the vintage goodness of these tags and appreciate the time and love that you have devoted to them. Thank you, Angie!

  14. Cathy Thompson says

    Thank you so much !! The labels are so pretty ! Thanks for sharing all of your ideas !!

  15. Susan Melendez says

    This is going to sound like I’m really stupid, but what do you print the labels onto? I’ve never done this before, and not sure how to do it!

    • Not stupid at all! I usually have projects like this printed at Staples, on laser paper, with laser ink. The images turn out SO much nicer than my inkjet printer produces.

  16. Pamela Perry says

    Thank you – these are lovely and just what I needed.

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