Scandinavian-style black and white holiday printable tags. 10 free black and white holiday gift tags that you can print off and add to your packages this holiday season!
Simple, Beautiful Scandinavian Style
I’ve always love Scandinanvian style – especially for the holidays. There’s something so beautiful about the simple, sweet style. I really grew to appreciate it when I visited Iceland and saw the local shops, towns and architecture of that country. The little towns with colorful homes, the simple patterns, the hearty food and beautiful landscapes.
I yearn for that simple, colorful way of life. I tried to recreate the feeling in the Scandinavian Snowflake Wood Plaque Ornaments that I made of our tree.
Scandinavian-inspired Joy to the World Mantel
I also brought the Scandinavian feeling in with the 3D paper trees I made for our Joy to the World mantel, as well as the embroidery hoop wreaths, the simple JOY sign and the spindle reindeer by our fireplace.
Scandinavian-inspired holiday printable tags
I wanted to create some simple Scandinavian-inspired printable tags to use on our gifts this year. I used some icons that remind me of the style – hearts, houses, trees and snowflakes. I love the simple style with the whimsical details! I used paper from my Pebbles Inc line to wrap the presents! You can buy it through Pebbles In My Pocket online!
Free Printable Holiday Tags
Print them off and use them this holiday season!
Scandinavian-Inspired Holiday Printable Tags
And I am SO excited to be taking part in the Seasonal Simplicity blog hop! This week we are talking about gift ideas. Be sure to check out the other 20+ gift ideas that are linked up by amazingly creative people!!
Have a creative day!
Today I’m thrilled to be part of a fantastic group of bloggers who are also sharing their DIY Gift Ideas for the holidays with you (many with free printable tags)!
DIY Simmering Potpourri at The Happy Housie
Scandi Style Printable Gift Tags at tatertots and jello
Wooden Calendar Holder at Lolly Jane
Peppermint Hot Chocolate at A Pretty Life
Makeup Gift Bag at Inspiration for Moms
Rudolph the Red Toes Reindeer Gift Tags at Tauni Everett
Hot Chocolate Gift Ornament at Clean and Scentsible
Chili and Garlic Olive Oil Holiday Gift at Satori Design for Living
Daiso Hot Chocolate Gift at Paint Me Pink
Gingerbread Slime Recipe with Printable Gift Tags at All Things With Purpose
Farmhouse Kitchen Wrap Free Printable at Hallstrom Home
Potted Paper Whites with Printable Gift Tags at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Printable Christmas Wine Gift Tags at The Heathered Nest
Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix with a Gift Tag at Happy Happy Nester
Candy Cane Dipped Hot Cocoa Spoons at Jenna Kate at Home
Etched Glass Water Bottles at TIDBITS
Homemade Cheese Straws at Life is a Party
Gift Idea for the Pink Loving Baker at Summer Adams Designs
Christmas Flower Gift Box at Craftberry Bush
Hand Lettered Christmas Gift Tag Printables at Modern Glam Home
Holiday Gift at Grace Gathered Home
DIY Metallic Candlesticks at Love Create Celebrate
Have a creative day!
These holiday tags are so simple and awesome, thank you for sharing!
Brooke Senter says
Can you help me figure out how to access the printable Christmas Light Garland file please? I can’t seem to find the link!
Heree it is Brooke —
I love these tags, Jen!! I’ve been waiting to do a Scandinavian Christmas 🙂
Jen- just love the Christmas tags! So simple and cute. Love your style! Thanks for the printable!
Oh thank you Leslie! I hope you can use them!
super cute as always!!! xoxoxo
Thank you for sharing Jen and being a part of the blog hop. I have been enjoying your Scandinavian themed projects. 🙂
Very pretty Jen! I love Scandinavian at Christmas too…there’s something so nice about the simplicity of this style!
I love these Jen! So pretty!
Rhonda Hallstrom says
Wow this is so cute! I think I’ll need to print these out for my gifts!
How are we suppose to print these off – I can’t seem to find it !
The link is at the bottom of the post, but here is a direct link to the printables 🙂
Super cute, Jen! I love how graphic and simple they are 🙂