Typically, most people write the receiver's name on the Christmas gift basket tag. Just so you know that most of the time, a gift basket is more like a personal gift you will give to your closest people like neighbors and relatives. Therefore, you will write based on the gift you send to them. For instance, for a gift that is food, you can write 'Hap-pie Christmas! Any way you slice it, thank you.' You can also track what your neighbor usually do on Christmas. If you know they like to watch Christmas movies, you can give a movie ticket-like tag on the basket gift.
Nothing can stop you from being creative when it is about making Christmas gift basket tags. You can do anything you want for basket tags because you only give that to the people that are special to you. You can customize into a movie theater ticket, a tag like the ones you see in the airport, and thematic basket tags, such as tags for Christmas and other home accessories for a new home.
Receiving gifts is always the happiest moment, especially on Christmas day. Especially it is from your special people like childhood friends, neighbors, and relatives you haven't seen for a while. Those people usually give you more than one gift, and so they put the gifts in the basket. You can take a look at the tags of what will you get. People at the perfume stores or body care stores will give you gift basket tags on the inside of the bundle. Many companies and offices give Christmas gift basket tags to appreciate the hard work of the employees in a year.
Luckily, you can give one specific gift with a gift basket, you don't need to go from different stores to another. For instance, if your best friend or family member likes cooking, why don't you give them a gift basket of cooking ingredients and utensils. The easiest and the longest expiration date food to make is pasta. Inside the gift basket, you can put some fusilli, bucatini, penne, and the pasta sauce with parmesan and roasted garlic. And for the basket, you can use stainless sleet colander, and don't forget the stirring spoon. Lastly, tie the Christmas gift with the twine.