12 Days of Christma tag is a tag to tie on gifts that you will give within the 12 days after Christmas or before Christmas. Originally, there are 12 tags from the 12 days after Jesus was born, or so-called Epiphany, when He was visited by the Three Wise Men and to commemorate His Baptism. So, you will not write your name as it is meant to be mystery gifts. People will normally give 12 different gifts or do 12 activities in 12 days a row to their neighbors or church community they're joining in.
Usually, you will give the 12 days of Christmas tags to your neighbors. You have to act like a mysterious Santa; just knock on your neighbors' door and leave the gift on the front door with the tags that mark what day it is. You can also do the 12 days of Christmas activity tags. Most people do this at a church activity and volunteering community prior to Christmas day or after Christmas day like the Church's tradition. This is another teacher gift idea that you can actually give them 12 books to read during the 12 days of Christmas. Don't forget to keep it anonymous.
You can give literally anything in the 12 days of Christmas. If you prefer 12 days of Christmas activity, then you will need 12 different tags. For example, the first day is watering a plant, the second day is feeding the birds, the third day is cooking the egg with an egg cooker, the fourth day is coloring Christmas coloring pages, the fifth day is taking a bath with milk soap, the sixth day is watching Christmas movie, the seventh day is cooking a turkey for a neighbor, and so on until the 12th day of Christmas.
Epiphany is a celebration of when Jesus was visited by the Three Wise Men after the 12th day of his birth in Bethlehem and also the day of His baptism by John the Baptist in the River Jordan. It is usually celebrated on the 6th of January, according to the Gregorian calendar. In different countries, Epiphany is celebrated massively, like in Latin American countries, instead of Santa, the figures of Three Wise Men will give gifts to children. In Spain, children fill the shoes with grains of straws to feed the three kings' horses on Epiphany day.