If I had a gorgeous tree branch to cut into discs, I would have used it. Alas, no branches to be found. So I purchased natural birch tags from Hobby Lobby. They were $.50 a piece. Much more reasonable than $1.40! Here's how to make your own wood gift tags in just 3 simple steps. Here's what you'll need.
- wooden gift tags
- drill bit large enough to fit your string
- fine point paint pen
Place your wood tag on top of scrap wood taller than your drill bit. Choose where you want your hole to be and drill on through. If using a wood with loose bark, make sure not to drill too close to the edge as your bark will crack and fall off.
With your string of choice, thread it through the hole you just made.
Finish off your tag by using the paint pen to write the "to" and "from."
And there you have it. An Anthropologie-inspired wood gift tag to adorn your presents this holiday season.
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