Cheap Replica Rolex Cheap Rolex Replica best cheap rolex replica watches cheap fake rolex uk uk cheap rolex watches cheap rolex watches for sale uk cheap replica rolex watches

Free Gift Giving Printables

Printable Gift Boxes and Tags

If you are anything like me, you have been going steady trying to get your gift list down one stitch at a time! How many hats, scarves, shawls are Christmas decorations have you already made? How many more do you have to make in the next month!  Well here’s one less thing to worry about. I’ve worked up some more gift box and tag printables you can use.

All you have to do is click on the picture for a free printable PDF you can download and print out!  Be sure to set your printer to the fit to page option.  I have printed these on Cardstock purchased at Michael’s. Any cardstock will work.

To assemble boxes cut along the outside lines. Fold on the black lines and use glue sticks or tape to put them together.

Hope you find these useful! (PS. IF YOU SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM THERE’S LINKS TO COOL PATTERNS! LOTS FREE!!)

Snowman Gift Box

BlogMerryChristmasBlogSeason'sGreetingsBlogGift Tags 2

BlogScrubbieBox

 Patterns Pictured:

Hat Pattern: I just used a simple beanie pattern.

Oombawka Designs has a simple Free Pattern HERE

Stocking Pattern: Victoria Christmas Stocking by Sincerely Pam

Earwarmers: I can’t remember what pattern I used for the Earwarmers.

There is a great Free Pattern HERE by Cre8tion Crochet.

Face Scrubbies: For the scrubbies pictured I didn’t follow a pattern. I did 8 HDC into a magic ring. I increased 3 more rows. 2HDC in each stitch around 2nd row. 2HDC and 1HDC around 3rd row. 2HDC and 1HDC in next two stitches around for round 4. On the final round I chain 3, skip a stitch, slipstitch and chain 3 around.

There is a great Free Pattern HERE by Kara of Petals to Picot

Other Suggestions for filling your boxes:

Chilly Cable Mittens (FREE PATTERN) by Blackstone Designs ,
Ups and Downs Fingerless Gloves (FREE PATTERN) by Tamara Kelly at Moogly.
Scalloped Scrubber (FREE PATTERN) by Heidi Yates at Snappy Tots

Non Crochet Ideas:

These boxes would be great to use with the kids. They can fill them with their handmade gifts for friends and family! They would also be great filled with sweet homemade treats!

There are some great treats at Amanda’s Cookin’ my favorite treat would be her Saltine Toffee recipe!

27 Comments

  1. Regina

    These all are so wonderful what a delightful way to present a hand made gift….Thank You so much for making this all available to us for free

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      Glad you like them! Thank You.

      Reply
  2. Barbara Bradford

    This is so thoughtful of you, I am going to have fun !!!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      Yay! Would love to see what you do with them. =)

      Reply
  3. cindyzs/freespiritczs

    thank you so much for these cute packaging! very nice of you to give it away for free! happy holidays! 🙂

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      You’re welcome! Glad you like them. =)

      Reply
  4. Lisa

    These are fantastic as are all your printables! I love them – thank you for sharing – very generous of you! 🙂

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      Thanks! I am glad you like them! =)

      Reply
  5. Lycinda

    Thank you so much! These are so lovely!!!!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      You’re welcome! Thank you!

      Reply
  6. Cherie

    So adorable! Thank you for sharing. ☺

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      Thanks! And You’re welcome!

      Reply
  7. tammy

    I would love to use the snowman one but I cant find where u can print it out am I missing something?

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      All you need to do is click on the picture you want and the pdf file will pop up. (The first picture before the article writing starts is not the one, click on the picture below that.)

      Reply
  8. Jessica

    i wanted to say that i absolutely love these. thank you so much for sharing. i was wondering if you will be doing any for knitting as well. i just happen to do both knit and crochet. i think these would be amazing for my handknit socks

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      I”m glad you like them! I can definitely make tags that aren’t crochet specific. I have a new round coming out next week I will include some tags. Is there something specific for knitters? Otherwise “Handmade with Heart” ?

      Reply
  9. LindaP

    You ate always coming up with wonderful tags for us. Thank you.

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      You are welcome! I’m glad you like them.

      Reply
  10. Brenda Vinette

    https://shar.es/1cFyCB Printable Gift Boxes and Tags If you are anything like me, you have been going steady trying to get your gift list down one stitch at a time! How many hats, scarves, shawls are Christmas decorations have you already made?…Read more This message was sent using ShareThis (http://www.sharethis.com) I am racing to get Xmas gifts done when I came across your website with the gift boxes and Tags; but can’t figure out where to find them. Help!! The clock is ticking and these patterns are perfect for rounding out gifts.

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      All you need to do is click on the picture and the pdf file comes up you can print or save to your computer.

      Reply
  11. Megan S

    I was wondering if there was anyway to get the snowman box template but a little larger?

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      This box already fits the entire page that fits in the printer. I could possible make it bigger to print on two pages, but would require piecing two halves together.

      Reply
  12. Cindy Sherwood

    I made gift baskets for the girls at work. I made one of the one-hour bath poufs someone else had and used the left over yarn to make matching face scrubbies and put them in your French fry box, together with a lotion/body wash duo. They turned out so cute! Thanks! I posted pick on FB, not sure how to do yah here

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      That’s awesome! Would love to see. Where is it on Facebook? Can you share a link?

      Reply
  13. Sherry

    Hi I luv your patterns & templates thank u but on your face scrub i.e. What size hook did u use please

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad (Post author)

      I used a J hook on mine, but it really doesn’t make much of a difference. Whatever hook size gets you the size you like best.

      Reply
  14. RJSmith

    These are adorable!! Too bad I didn’t find them until after Christmas 2015, but I’m saving the link for next Christmas – which will be here in the blink of a reindeer’s eye!!

    Thank you so much!

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *