+Linda Gardner
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{cute} TAGS!

I’m a tag girl. I love tags….. for everything. Think organization, gifts, scrapbooking, gift giving….you can use tags all over the place! I am definitely a fan of Lifestyle Crafts newest line, Tag It die cuts. It comes with several different adorable styles of tags to play with so you can make your own homemade gift tags! Check out these DIY gift tags I made:

Homemade Gift Tags

homemade gift tags

I think these little tags will be PERFECT for christmas gift tags this year. Don’t you think? Add a little bakers twine and you have a cute homemade gift tag!

die cut for a tag

One thing that I really liked about the Tag It die cut set was that it came with a die for the small circle that fits around the hole. That little detail totally makes the tags!

epic 6

I used my Epic 6 die cut tool with the Tag It dies. I placed my die with the cutting side up on the cutting platform and placed the paper on top. Then crank the handle and you’ll have a cute little tag die cut!

matte accents by ranger

I used a adhesive to attach the small circle around the hole in the tag.
DIY gift tags

And of course, I had to add a little something to make these tags extra cute….a little selvage fabric ruffle! {similar to my business cards} This is a great way to use fabric scraps or to use the selvage from a piece of fabric. It only takes a little piece of fabric to make a cute ruffle for each tag!

gift tag
Aren’t they pretty little homemade gift tags? A little lime green with hot pink never looked so good, right?!

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happy crafting,

linda

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disclosure: i received free product in this post. please see my disclosure page for a complete statement.

 

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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    Shona says:

    These are sooo cute! Love those dies too. Can they be used with the Big Shot too? I have been a big ribbon and fabric hoarder always – my daughter has threatened to call me into a certain show on tv, HA – but, judging by a lot of your projects, I believe I may have met my match! lol!

  2. 2
    Michelle says:

    These tags are so cute! I love the green ribbon.

  3. 3
    jen says:

    super cute! (and I like your new blog header)

  4. 4
    Mindy says:

    love the ruffle :)

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      aimee says:

      the fabric ruffle makes this tag super cute, iv just bought some plain tags like this planning to jazz them up i may just do something like this xxx

  5. 5
    christine w says:

    These are so cute! I think that I love sewing paper more than sewing fabric!

  6. 6
    Lisa F. says:

    Cute tags Linda. I’m wondering too–if these dies can work in any other machines. From your picture, it looks like I could use it in my Cuttlebug. What do you think?

  7. 7
    Alice says:

    That is so neat. I can see my gift tags in a new light thanks to you. I’ve gotta make them pretty and gussied up this Christmas. Thanks for sharing and giving us inspiration.

  8. 8
    SueAnn says:

    What cute tags! Love the embellishment!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

  9. 9
    Amber says:

    These are great, the ruffle is perfect. I’m going to use different color fabric to organize the different family groups. (Mine, His and just us.)

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