DIY Snowflake Gift Tags!
Last time I was wondering around Anthropologie, I stumbled upon some absolutely adorable gift tags they had for the holidays. I was all set to buy them, until I flipped it over and saw that it was $18 for six gift tags. I don’t even pay $18 for a bottle of wine! There is no way I am paying that for 6 measly gift tags!! …You almost had me again Anthro, almost.
I really wanted to have some fun gift tags that were different than the stickers you buy that have like 100 for $1. Sure they are cheap, but they are so boring. So after a little scrounging around in my craft boxes and a quick trip to Michael’s, these are what I came up with!
You can make 40 of these gift tags for under $10! If you happen to be shopping at Michael’s and something isn’t on sale, just download their app on your phone. They always have coupons available for 40% off in the app! What did we do before technology?? Anyways, let’s get started!
You will need:
- Brown Creative Tags (from Michaels, they are 20 for $1.25)
- Ribbon or Bakers Twine for stringing
- Red, Green & White construction paper (or card stock)
- Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch (available on Amazon or at Michael’s)
- TO/FROM stamp or alphabet stamp (I found mine at Walmart for $1)
- Stamp Ink
- Glue Gun
Punch out a bunch of snowflakes using all three colors of construction paper.
Stamp the TO and FROM onto the gift tags.
Using your glue gun, carefully glue three snowflakes onto the bottom of the gift tag.
Using a permanent marker, fill out the gift tag. String it up with your ribbon or bakers twine and attach it to your wrapped gift! Happy Gift Wrapping!