Creating the Christmas Name Tags
Now you are ready to begin creating your name tags. Open the program that you plan to create these name tags in. If you are using a graphics editor, you will need to create a new canvas or document to work on. It is best to create it the size of your printer paper. If you are using something like Word, Works, or Writer, a document will automatically be created for you.
If you are using a word processor, you can either create a one cell, one row table for your border, or you can open a Christmas border to use. If you are choosing to create the name tag from scratch, you can use the table as the border and insert a graphic. If you are using a border, you can insert the border and resize it to what you want. Then you can copy and paste the other tags to fill the page up.
If you are using a graphics editor, you will need to start by drawing a rectangle or oval for your border. You can change your fill to transparency and change the border color to what you want. If you want to use a graphic, you can insert that. If you are using a border, you can import it into your editor and resize it to the size you want. You will need to duplicate the name tags to fill the document up.
If you are using Illustrator or Photoshop, you can draw a rectangle or oval and use a set of brushes or symbols you may have downloaded.
When you are finished with the Christmas name tags, you can print them onto a sheet of sticky paper and cut each one to separate them.