Give your gift wrapping a personal touch with a handmade, reusable gift tag.
These tags are a cute and unique way to label a special gift, and afterwards the recipient can use the tag as a storage label or bag tag, for example, or change the insert and give it to someone else.
They are a quick and easy sewing project and a great way to use up fabric scraps.
Each tag feature a clear window for personal details and a loop to thread a ribbon or keyring through. They are interfaced for structure and durability too.
The finished dimensions are approximately 5.5cm wide x 7.5cm tall (2 ¼ x 3 inches) (not including the loop).
These tags are suitable for beginners and upwards, If you have basic sewing skills and know how to use a sewing machine then this pattern will be right level for you. Each tag should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The materials required for this project are a small amount of light to medium weight cotton fabric (such as quilting cotton), heavy iron on interfacing, and a small piece of soft, clear, flexible plastic such as table protector material. No special tools are required, just basic sewing supplies, a sewing machine and an iron for pressing.
The pattern includes printable pattern pieces, detailed instructions and plenty of photos to guide you each step of the way. No need to worry about getting lost!
These tags were created to be used with my drawstring gift bags so if you're looking for something different for your Christmas wrapping this year, check out the patterns via the links below.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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