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A beautiful tag makes any Christmas gift more personal and special. Make the job easier by embellishing purchased tags from a crafts or office supply store.
It's the little things that count. Raid your stash of leftover embellishments and lend a festive touch to a plain white gift tag.
Make this elegant gift tag by centering a sticker featuring a cursive font on a plain gift tag. Glue on decorative ribbon or paper for added punch.
Glue two decorative papers on a tag and hide the seam with velvet ribbon. Finish it by hot-gluing on decorative buttons or beads.
Sketch a snowflake on stiffened felt and stitch the shape with yarn. Then glue it all to a plain tag.
Make a snowman out of clear buttons or beads. Then give him an outfit with a ribbon scarf, paper nose, and drawn-on top hat.
Glue patterned wrapping paper or scrapbooking paper on a gift tag. Wrap the tag with a plain band for writing the recipient's name. Then embellish it with miniature holly on a brad.
Add a rub-on-letter message to the bottom of a plain tag, then wrap and glue ribbon around the top of the tag. Weave thin wired ribbon through two jingle bells, wrap the ribbon around the tag, and glue its ends to the back.
Press a rubber stamp on a glue pad and then to the tag. Sprinkle the glue with ultra-fine glitter, one color at a time. Use a glitter pen to dot similar circles and write a holiday message.
Brighten stamped greenery with marker-drawn berries. Dot the berries with a glue pen and dust with red glitter.
Layered with patterned papers, a mailing tag sings a new tune on this wrapped package. Use music-theme paper for the background and then decorate it with paper trees trimmed in buttons, glitter, and flower embellishments.