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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

DIY // Handmade Holiday Gift Tags

Here's a quick & easy guide to making some handmade gift tags.  Enjoy!

Let's start with the supplies:
  • Pre-cut paper tags ($2.99 for 25 tags in various sizes)
  • Sharpie
  • Paint (or markers)
  • Gift wrap

Step 1:  Draw onto the blank tags (even if you think you're not very artistic.  Hello, penguin below.)

Step 2:  Paint or color in between the lines.

Step 3:  Cut out gift wrap (use tag as template) and glue to back of tag.

Step 4:  Attach to gift.

And there you have it!



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  2. LOVE these!!! I've got to try it. :)

  3. I think you should make one with a man and a lady sitting on a couch by the fire and it should say "Baby, it's cold outside." haha. Love them!

  4. These are darling! Your creative ideas and photography makes me totally LOVE your blog!!! I'm going to attempt this, despite my so-so drawing skills!!!

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    Aimee from ItsOverflowing.com

  5. This is GORGEOUS!! Would LOVE it if you would link this up at my turquoise lovin' party! (and red during the holidays!) http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/11/turquoise-lovin-15.html

  6. These are adorable! I'm hosting a 25 days of Handmade Christmas Series, would you be interested in participating?

  7. So cute and colorful! I am now following you and I hope you will follow me back over at www.createdbycori.blogspot.com

  8. Really love this idea! I made handmade cards this year and these would match perfectly, so thoughtful!

    I found you through the C.R.A.F.T. link party - so glad I did!

  9. these are so adorable too! I would never throw these away if they were attached to my gift-so thoughtful and fun :)


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