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I’m Dreaming of An Orange Christmas Gift Idea (With Free Printable Gift Tag)

If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift that is inexpensive, practical and cute, look no further.

This “I’m Dreaming of an Orange Christmas” gift idea is totally cute, gives a tasty heathy treat and it’s so easy to make!

The best part is, it will cost under $15 to make several of these! Even less if you need to make less.

I wanted to gift my neighbors something cute and practical while also staying within a budget and I think this gift idea is totally cute. My neighbors seemed to get a kick out of it too!

These would be great for delivery drivers, mail carriers, teachers and more.

What You Need to Make This Gift

  • A bag of oranges – I used the clementine oranges in the bag
  • A container, bag or holiday tin – We found the adorable Santa tins at Dollar Tree
  • Shredded Paper or Tissue paper for the bottom (optional)
  • Printable Gift Tag – I made this and I am sharing it with you for free!

I made 5 of these for my neighbors in our circle. I ended up paying $7.58 for 2 bags of oranges, $6.25 for the tins, $1.25 for the paper shred (one bag worked for all). So, I spent about $3.02 per gift. And I still had leftover oranges and items!

Helpful tip on printing the gift tag: If you want to print 4 tags per page, when you go to print, scroll down and click “4” on the copies per page setting and it will print 4 tags per page.

The printable tag reads:

I’m Dreaming of A



Where the tangerines glisten & the citrus scents fill the air

Happy Holidays!


Isn’t this the cutest idea?!

It is seriously so easy to throw together and honestly, who doesn’t love oranges, right?

Give this a try and let me know how it goes!

I’m Dreaming of A Orange Christmas Gift

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Brittanie Pyper
How to make a cute and affordable "I'm Dreaming of an Orange Christmas" gift
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes



  • Simply throw some paper shred or tissue paper into the bottom of your bag or container.
  • Place oranges on top. I was able to fit 5 into each of my containers.
  • Print, cut and attach the tags onto your bag or container. I used a single hole punch then used twine to attach it.
  • Gift it and enjoy the season!
Keyword christmas gift, christmas neighbor gifts, diy christmas
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