Whether you want to make gift tags that also work as Christmas tree ornaments or embellish a tag with someone’s initials for their birthday, these DIY gift tags can also become gifts. Personalize your gifts with this clay gift tag tutorial.
The season of gift giving is here! Every year, I make homemade gifts and they are always a great success. When I see someone smiling after opening a gift, I can’t help but smile.
Difference Between Household Gifts I’m liking it vs lThe food turns out so good they can’t believe you made it It’s all in the wrapping and presentation,
These DIY gift tags made from clay are really over the top. I bury them with leaves and flowers From my garden, so each one of them is unique and has my touch. I’m always looking forward to sharing the beauty of my garden!
As a craft project, these clay gift tags are very easy to make. They do not require any oven or furnace. So, let’s roll up our sleeves and get crafty this gift giving season.
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Making them from clay means they won’t be like classic paper gift tags. Instead, they are a way to add decoration to your wrap.
They become part of the gift itself as a souvenir. People can open it after opening the gift Use them as ornaments, key chains, wall decor, or whatever they like!
If you want to customize them with names or letters, you can use tickets To add the recipient’s initials or names to the gift tag. You can also use the pointed end of your bamboo skewer to write on the back side, carefully carving out the letters without ruining the design on the front side.
What I love about these DIY gift tags is that They can be used at any time of the year. Depending on how you make them, you can use them as DIY Christmas gift tags or for birthdays and other special events. They are timeless and easy to change depending on the occasion.
To keep things simple, I used air dry soil For this project. It can come in many different colors, so you can choose whatever you like best. If you are planning to paint them, white clay This is a good choice because it is easy to paint.
For my DIY gift tags, I used natural terracotta color.
I use dental floss to help cut some of the clay off the slab. Wrap the floss around your fingers and then pull the floss through the clay to cut it.
Once you have one piece, roll it out with a rolling pin until it becomes one piece ¼ inch thick. If your soil is not fresh, you may want to work it with a little water in your hands to help rehydrate it.
The clay sticks, so be sure to roll out on parchment or wax paper. Protect your table.
I use cookie cutters to make my shapes. You can also cut them using a wooden knife for clay if you want something custom. Gently peel away the surrounding soil. If the clay sticks to the table a spatula can help loosen the clay.
Take botanicals such as fresh leaves and flowers and gently incorporate them into your soil. you really want leave a deep mark So that it is visible and easily seen on the clay gift tag.
Use baby skewers or clay tools for this Punch a hole in the top of the gift tag, Set your tags aside and let them air dry completely according to your clay’s instructions.
Once it is completely dry, you can do this put thread in your twine, Thread ribbon, or rope, through holes. Tie it on, and your homemade gift tags are ready to decorate!
There are many types of stamps with different fonts and sizes. You can get something small to make words, like this set, Or you can choose something more fancy like these botanical paper Designed for wax seal.
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