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Our family is doing something that we are really excited about this year for Christmas so we headed to Walmart to stock up on Scotch® GiftWrap Tape 3 Pack Caddie & the Gift Wrap Tape Single Dispenser Roll. We even put together a free printable for our gifts!
Letting kids help with Christmas is so fun and they love it, but we seriously go through double the tape. Don’t you agree? They love to play with it & their little fingers are figuring out how to work with it. We must have stocked up on Scotch® Brand at the right time because we got a 50% bonus and Rollback. I lucked out on this one! I feel great knowing that Scotch® is donating $200,000 to Fisher House this holiday season. Fisher House is a charity that provides a network of comfort homes where military and veterans’ families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment. Even though I knowScotch® is doing all of the work, I like feeling like we are doing a little something to help an amazing cause.
We are excited to be helping a couple families in our area this holiday season and it is making the season even more magical.
We set up our little wrapping station. The girls sure loved that there is a cute elf on the packaging & our boy loved that the GiftWrap Tape disappears. It made it more forgiving and he was all over that. We had a little contest for our first couple gifts. Girls against boy. Everything turns into a contest!
We get to gift a couple of sisters toys & my girls have a few things in common with them so it’s a perfect fit.
Those dang corners are always the hardest!
My darling niece made a printable for us to be able to tape or tie onto our gifts this year.
Neighbor gifts, teacher gifts, or for presents under the tree. They go with it all.
Here is how we decided worked best for us:
1. Print the sheet of tags out on an 8.5×11 piece of cardstock paper
2. We decided to cut them into squares, but you could try a circle punch as well.
3. The kids favorite part was making a hole punch in the top left corner.
4. Once you tie a knot with a ribbon on your gift, loop the tag through and then finish your bow.
*If you are attaching the tag to a box or a treat bag, you can tape it on. If you’d like to tie it, be careful of making 2 holes too close to the top. You don’t want to cut off the words 😉
We put them on top of some of our presents & then taped them to some yummy white chocolate popcorn so we could drop off a few neighbor gifts.
Grab your free printable here!