Megan @ Lilac and Lavender
For this project I used my laser printer and thin plywood to make the tags. My husband was a sweetheart and cut the plywood for me. He also drilled a hole in the tags for the twine. I lightly sanded each tag.
You will want to make more than just one ... trust me.
I used Elmer's glue for this project. I put a thin layer of Elmer's glue on the wood tags and added the pictures. You can put a picture on both sides it you like. When they dried I used my round nose pliers to poke through the paper opening up the small hole for the twine. You can use anything that will fit through the hole.
Then I sealed the wood tags with varnish.
Now I added the twine when the varnish dried.
The tags look great on cloches, crowns, wreaths, door knobs, pillows, baskets, lamps, candlesticks, cork boards, French bottle trees, and so much more.
~ Tag a lamp ~
~ on a pillow ~
~ Just have fun with them ~
Tagging I mean Crafting!
I'm linking to:
An Original Belle
DIY by Design
Savvy Southern Style
Random thoughts from an incoherent mind
No Minimalist Here
Grits and Glamour
French Country Cottage
I Gotta Create - I'm Featured
Beyond The Picket Fence