How's that for a little real world DIYer life?
So DIY homemade gift tags work best for me because I technically never run out. I just make a more! And in the interest of
How to Make Quick, Easy, and Cute Recycled Wrapping Paper Gift Tags
You will need to make this projectTag shape paper punch
2 1/4 inch circle paper punch
Wrapping or scrapbook paper
Card stock - I am recycling expired business cards for this project
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Step by Step How to Make it
1. Use the tag shaped paper punch to punch two tags from card stock and one tag from the decorative paper.
2. Use the large circle punch to punch an offset circle in one of the card stock tag shapes.
3. Use the glue stick to make a scrapbook paper sandwich tag. Glue the wrapping paper to the solid card stock tag shape and glue the half circle tag shape over the wrapping paper layer.
4. Cut piece of bakers twine with the scissors, tie it to the gift tag, and you're ready to wrap!
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