I love it when I get a beautifully gift wrapped gift. Some times so much that I don't want to open it, all I want to do is admire the wrapping. Yes, I can be sentimental like that. But who am I kidding at the end what's inside wins! Ha!
But I have to say that I love giving beautifully wrapped gifts as much as I love receiving them. And with every gift I think it is a nice touch to add a personalized gift tag. They are so easy to make. Most, I admit, I make out of scraps of paper I have laying around, maybe I'll add a cute sticker or stamp, what ever creative mood I am in (like the ones I made using tissue paper boxes.) In this case, I had some left over book page flower cut outs from the Mother's Day Card I made for my mami and ended up with these:
Super easy to make. Want to learn?
You will need:
♥ A cardboard box, cut into various size circles.
♥ Book pages, cut flowers. You can draw one and use as a stencil, or if you have a dye cut machine you can use that to make multiple flowers quicker.
♥ Hole punch
To make all you need to do is glue your flower onto the cardboard circle. Play around with it until you find the right spot. Then hole punch a hole near the top edge of your circle. Finally add the twine. Tada! You are done! Easy peasy, just like I promised.
Now you have a lovely little tag to spruce up any gift.