Friday, December 17, 2010

How To Make a Snowglobe Gift Tag

Are you looking for a fun way to label the gifts you're giving this year?

I just might have what you're looking for.

Snowglobe Gift Tags. . .

It's so easy to do.

First, find something round to trace around that is about the same size as the clear gems we'll be using in a minute.  Trace around that shape onto dark card stock with a white paint pen. 

Then, draw a simple base under the circle like you see in the photo below.

Next, stamp a small design into the middle of the circle.  I used a small tree but you could use any shape you would like.

Next, take out your bag of clear, large gems (from the dollar store or craft store).

Glue one of the gems into the middle of the circle.  I used my E6000 glue, but you could also use a clear craft glue.  **Don't use hot glue - it's too thick and it doesn't dry completely clear.

Cut around the snowglobe shape and add a small string.  I used vintage ric rac.  Label the stand with your loved one's name, using a white gel pen.

Now your tag is ready to adorn any package.

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  1. That is super cute and easy! Thanks!

  2. you did a great job this looks great

  3. I love this!! I will definitely save it for the future.
    Thanks Kelly!

  4. This is totally, completely adorable!! I am SOOO saving this idea!


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