Making Your Own Gift Tags

Whether is for birthdays, Christmas or just because, putting a tag on gifts you give is important. They dont have to come from the store though. Add a little of your own personality to your gifts by making your own tags. This is a guide about making your own gift tags.

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We bought a house that needed to be decorated, so we bought a ton of wallpaper. When we were finished we had 20 rolls left. My daughter and I decided to make gift cards out of the leftovers for every holiday and birthdays. We used the following materials: a paper cutter, a one hole punch, and stamps with sayings on them.

What beautiful cards they turned out to be and we are making some extra cash on the side. This has turned out to be a full time business as well. Who would have thought? Now we have the whole family buying wallpaper for us and crafting as well, so many ideas to use the leftovers from our house.

Add a pretty pocket gift tag to your gift to make it even more special and unique.

Time: 30 mins.Supplies:white and blue cardstocksscrap glittered papersAd

red ribbonred rhinestonesbuttonscircle punchcorner rounder punchhole punchscissorsbone folderpaper trimmer or craft knife and rulerdouble-sided and foam dot adhesivesInstructions

Cut 2 1/2 x 4 inch of white cardstock. Using corner rounder punch, punch the top left and top right of tag. Punch a hole in the center.

Thread the tag with a length of red ribbon, then finish the ends with a bow. Use foam adhesive to adhere button.Ad

Trim a strip of decorative paper. Adhere to bottom of tag.

Add a little sparkle to your holidays with gift tags you can make in a jiffy. They can also be used as package tie-ons, or you can get your kids involved, let them make their own, and glue a craft stick to the back of each to make holiday puppets.

Make gift tags out of junk mail! What a good way to save $ and have an afternoon of fun with the kids. First save some colorful junk mail mailings and envelopes with plastic windows on the back.

Make a tag form or use a ready-made tag in ivory color. Cut a small piece of paper that is either old or looks old the size of the tag, minus 1/8 inch all the way around.

This is a guide about reusable gift tags. Gift tags dont need to be disposable. With some creativity you can create beautiful tags that can be reused.

My girls were creating little foam crafts the other day that had a loop around them. I saw them put one on an old bottle of cologne that was sitting on a shelf.Ad

I thought what a cute way to present a present of cologne.

Cutting down old Christmas cards into gift tags is a fun recycling project that supplies you with unique tags and saves money. This is a guide about reusing Christmas cards as gift tags.

This is a guide about making a shabby chic gift tag. This fun to make and easily alterable gift tag will make the recipient smile before they even open your gift.

This is a guide about making Christmas tree gift tags from paint swatches. Paint chips or swatches that your have gathered for home improvement projects can find new life as craft materials.

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I would like a pattern for a gift card that you fold dollar bills to look like a mans shirt. You decorate it using two-sided tape with buttons and a ribbon for a tie.Ad

Hi Kelli! I surfed and found this site. I hope it helps.

Oops…I see that when you click on the site I posted, you get another page. So, I copied and pasted the whole site address in the address box and then the actual site comes up. Otherwise, let me know and well try something else.

Reusing Christmas Cards as Gift Tags

Making Christmas Tree Gift Tags From Paint Swatches

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