You can see everywhere to buy red Christmas gift tags on the online marketplaces. You will find all of your preferences but still in red; the vintage, cartoon characters, to the most basic design. Purchasing from an online store is also a time saver because all you need is the tags with a red base. If you want to make sure of the quality and the color palette, there are a lot of craft stores, even book stores, and Christmas markets that sell red gift tags.
To make red Christmas gift tags, the most basic material is plain red paper labels. Normally, the size of Christmas tags and labels is 1.8 x 3.2 inches. To write the contents, you just need a marker or drawing pen, whichever you prefer. Don't forget the strings to tie the tags on the goodie bag handle or gift box. If you are into reusable movement, you can use leftover fabric with red as the theme of the color. Some needles, fabric, and other sewing equipment are probably required. Last but not least, to add the decoration, you need stickers to stick to names or Christmas characters.
You can get inspiration from real situations, the internet, and craft books. Go to the malls, where the high Christmas tree is arranged with fancy ornaments, or to any open room, such as the Christmas market, where many red items and themes can be seen. You can also get inspiration from the internet because it is a lot safer and cheaper. You will be able to see different red ornaments from around the world. Don't forget to visit the book store, for more vibrant Christmas inspiration from craft and decoration books.
Red is considered as the traditional Christmas color. Taking back to the first Christmas celebration, the ancient Celtic people believed that the holly plant, that one with red berries and green leaf, brought luck in the midst of the winter solstice. As the result, they put red and green all around the home decorations. In religious settings, the red represents Jesus' blood and His death when He was on the cross. Red is also telling about unconditional love, love, integrity, trust, and most obvious, joy. No wonder we feel so lucky and happy during Christmas, don't we?