MAY PAPER CRAFT CHALLENGE DAY 10: DAISY FLOWER GIFT TAGS
If you're in a jiffy for a gift tag, either for a birthday present, a thank you, or general gift, look no further than these sweet DIY daisy tags that you can make with all the right tools!
In fact, I used the same daisy craft punch here as I did in DAY 2 of this challenge. So whip it out again if you have one, or click below to buy! It's a versatile tool that you can use for many different paper craft projects.
TOOLS & MATERIALS:
Card stock in both solids and patterns
Small adhesive rhinestones
For each gift tag that you make, punch out two tag shapes: one in a solid colour, and one patterned. For best effect, go for looks that contrast each other.
The coloured paper will be the top layer, so use the daisy punch on it to cut two shapes along the edge as shown.
Glue the top layer directly over the other tag.
Punch a hole at the top.
Then finally, stick a small adhesive rhinestone in the centre of each daisy. You can get the best value for these at dollar stores!
Total project time: about 20 minutes for four gift tags.
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