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Hybrid Gift Tags: Complete

DIY: Hybrid Gift Tags and a Freebie

December 20, 2010 Sarah Coggins
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In need of tags for your holiday gifts?  Look no further than your digital scrapping kits!  Here’s how I made a set to use for the boxes of ginger snaps I gave to friends last week…

Supplies

Instructions

Step 1 Download the template and add your favorite digital papers.

Hybrid Gift Tags: Photoshop Layout

Step 2 Print the tags onto cardstock.

Hybrid Gift Tags: Printed Sheet

Step 3 Use a 1-1/2″ scallop punch to punch out each one.

Hybrid Gift Tags: Scallop Punch

Step 4 Punch a small circular hole in the top of each tag and add an eyelet.

Hybrid Gift Tags: Eyelets

Step 5 Add your one of a kind tags to packages of cookies and you are ready to gift!

Hybrid Gift Tags: CompleteSupplies: ivory cardstock; Rhonna Farrer’s Holiday Polka Packaging kit; 2paws Designs’s Circle Gift Tags template.

3 Comments

  • Staci December 20, 2010 at 6:20 pm
    I love these tags! TFS. :-)
  • jillconyers December 21, 2010 at 5:45 am
    Your tags are the perfect touch for the holiday treats. I made similar tags for teacher and neighbor gifts this year.
  • scrapchick December 21, 2010 at 6:09 pm
    Thanks! They are adorable!
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