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Valentine's Day Gift Tags

Shower your loved ones with gifts this Valentine's Day adorned with these cute and heartfelt tags.


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    • Vintage Love Tag

      Design by Sande Krieger

      Turn a plain manila tag into a vintage item by inking the edges with black. Add a stamped script, ribbon flowers, and a special label with a loving message.


      SOURCES: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Stickers: BasicGrey (black letters), October Afternoon (label), 7Gypsies (phrase). Ribbon: American Crafts. Stamps: Hero Arts. Ink: Tsukineko. Adhesive: Tombow.

    • Taped Heart Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Use small pieces of tape to create a heart shape. Draw the design faintly with pencil to make the piecing easier. Add a loving rub-on message and a cute charm to finish the tag.


      SOURCES: Tape: Making Memories. Rub-ons: Melissa Frances. Charm: Maya Road. Tag, ball chain: American Tag Co.

    • Button Heart Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Create journaling lines on a tag with stitching. Add a pink paper heart. Then glue clear buttons in a variety of sizes to the heart for dimension.


      SOURCES: Buttons: Autumn Leaves. Tag: Staples. Floss: DMC Corp. Paper clip: Junkitz.

    • Fabric Tree Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Share a handcrafted message by stitching green fabric to a tag. Add red heart buttons for apples and a paper tree trunk.

      Editor's Tip: To prevent the fabric from shifting on the paper while stitching, tack it down temporarily with a small amount of adhesve.


      SOURCES: Buttons: Autumn Leaves. Tag: Staples (manila). Floss: DMC Corp. Stamps: Hero Arts. Ink: Tsukineko.

    • Pretty Heart Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Patterned paper forms the background for heartfelt embellishments on this tag. Glitter chipboard hearts combine with a heart button for color. To make a heart from tape, such as the red one, fold the tape in half and cut out the shape.


      SOURCES: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Chipboard accents: Scrapworks (glitter hearts). Tape: Duck Brand (red). Ribbon: May Arts. Tag: Paper Source (green). Button: American Crafts. Jump ring: Li?l Davis Designs. Adhesive dots: All Night Media.

    • Love Song Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      For this tag, Tracy formed ribbon into a heart shape and used a zigzag stitch to hold it in place. She attached a round tag with a heart button sewn to it. A bright pink bow adds Valentine's Day color.

      Editor's Tip: Cut the tag from old sheet music or an unused book for a special personalized tag.


      SOURCES: Ribbon: May Arts, Strano Designs. Tag: Staples (manila), Creative Imaginations (round). Floss: DMC Corp.

    • Stitched Tag

      Designer by Sande Krieger

      Stamp a flourish for the background of your tag. Then add a stamped, cutout heart. Make it stand out by adhering it with a foam square. Stitching on the top and bottom of the tag adds a scrappy look.


      SOURCES: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Stickers: Cosmo Cricket (red letters), BasicGrey (black letters, trim). Stamps: Tim Holtz (flourish, heart). Ink: Memories (red), Tsukineko (black). Adhesive: Tombow.

    • Red Chipboard Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Cover chipboard with tape for a bold background. You can use all one type of tape, as shown here, or mix types and designs. Wrap a coordinating ribbon around the bottom of the tag and attach a metal heart accent for dimension and more color.


      SOURCES: Chipboard accent: Heidi Swapp (negative heart). Tape: Duck Brand (red). Ribbon: May Arts. Metal accent: Making Memories. Adhesive: All Night Media.

    • Forever Tag

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Design a distinctive background or border by weaving strips of decorative tape. A rub-on message pops with the help of a pretty pin.


      SOURCES: Tape: Around the Block (floral), Making Memories (hot pink, green dot). Rub-ons: Melissa Frances. Pin: Fancy Pants Designs. Ribbon: May Arts. Tag: Paper Source (green). Adhesive: All Night Media.

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      Stamped Tag

      Designer by Sande Krieger

      A favorite stamp in red can easily serve as the focus of a Valentine's Day tag. To blur the image, as on this tag, stamp it twice, slightly offsetting it the second time. Add a sticker message to tell your loved one how much you care.


      SOURCES: Patterned paper: 7Gypsies. Stickers: Cosmo Cricket (red letters), BasicGrey (black letters, trim). Rub-ons: BasicGrey.

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      Editors' Picks: Top Romantic Movies for Valentine's Day

      Looking for a romantic movie to watch this Valentine's Day? We've pulled together a list of our favorite DVDs partnered with fun recipes to create the ultimate cinema experience. So grab some popcorn, the remote, and a cozy blanket, and enjoy the show!
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