You can use a variety of materials for making Valentine's gift tags. You can pick and choose them that are reusable, thus safe for the earth and all like cereal boxes, package cardboard. After that, accompany those environmentally-friendly supplies for the additional decorations with brown scrape paper, bamboo-based twine, watercolor from fruits' extract, non-toxic markers, edible stickers, and using your fingerprint to make some patterns. Those unbelievable-yet-inevitable materials can turn your Valentine gift tags into pop-up tags, heart-shaped tags, Valentine pattern tags, rustic gift tags, and many more with your own creativity.
In most cases, you put the Valentine gift tags on the front side of the gift box where you can connect the twine on the ribbon of the gift box. You can also tie up it on the handle of the goody bag. If the gift tags have durability from the laminating process, just hang them on your bag. Use it as a mark that it is a gift. But stick it on the front side of the gift wrap if it's not possible. Don't forget to put your name along with the names of your friends.
You can make money out of Valentine's gift tags, either it is only the template or the complete gift tags. Go make yourself the template or convert any reusable resources, such as a cereal box or leftover fabric. Use your imagination to make it interesting and worth buying, as people nowadays also consider the product to be cruelty-free. Add some cute ornaments and drawings, such as roses and watercolored hearts. You can also make it pop-up and 3D for more entertainment on the gift tags.
The first thing you should think first is the recipient of the gift. It is obvious that the gift for kids and your loved ones are different from one to another. For kids, the gifts are usually a box of candy, chocolate bars, and dolls. While for your loved ones, it can be something that is useful for the house like a glass jar, vase, cushion, and many more. And then, for the wrapping, you can choose whether with wrapping paper, gift box, or plastic for wrapping. There are plenty of wrapping gift tutorials on video platforms that you can follow, and of course, don't forget to put the gift tag.