Personalized gifts are just that – more personal!
Give your gifts some flair with gift tags made using Dritz® chalkboard patches. We used our tags on these cute DIY mason jar sewing kits, but you can use the tags on the gifts of your choice. You’ve still got time for some holiday making – this is a quick and easy project!
Here are the supplies you’ll need to make the gift tags:
Dritz® sewing supplies:
- Fabric, slightly larger than tag desired
- PDF template for the tags
- Printer & paper
|1) Print and cut out one of the tag templates provided on this PDF.
2) Place the template on the chalkboard patch, and cut out a piece that is slightly larger than the template.
|3) Peel the paper backing off of the patch, and press the patch onto the wrong side of your fabric.
Trim the excess fabric from around the patch.
|4) Trace the template shape onto the right side of the fabric as shown. Cut out shape.
(We used this Dritz® marking pen to trace the template.
|5) Use a Dritz® awl to start a hole in the tag.|
|6) Cut 4 tiny slits in the hole with scissors. (You’re going to apply an eyelet here, and you’ll need just a bit of wiggle room.)|
|7) Apply eyelet following the instructions on the tool package.
Thread the tag with string or ribbon, and cut to desired length. Write a message or name on the tag, and tie the tag onto your gift.
|Check out the our pack of multi-color eyelets and get creative making your tags. Have fun mixing and matching eyelets and fabric choices.|
Have you ever used our Dritz® chalkboard patches? What did you do with them? Share your creative ideas here! We’d love to know what you’re making with these fun – and unique – patches.