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Watercolor Gift Tags

On Monday I shared that I’ve been playing with my watercolor paints a bit.  And last week I packaged up some Vanilla Bean Lavender Salt Scrub with watercolor tags and lids.  And I’m obviously having fun with this medium, so I decided to make a bunch of watercolor gift tags to just have on hand for gifts and treats I’ll wrap in the future.  My Mother’s Day gifts will probably be sporting one of these fun tags.

To make these tags, I simply took a large piece of good quality watercolor paper and just painted and swirled and dripped some of my favorite colors onto the page.  And then, when it was dry, I used my secret weapon – my Cricut machine, to cut out all these great tag shapes.  But, if you don’t have a Cricut, you could easily just cut these by hand by making a cardboard template.  Then I tied a little black and white baker’s twine to each of them. Because baker’s twine makes everything cuter, right?

If you like these, be the first one to leave a comment, and I’ll happily send them your way.  

7 thoughts on “Watercolor Gift Tags

  1. nikitaland

    Hi Jeran! These tags are just absolutely beautiful! What a lovely touch to a gift or some goodies! I love creative wonderful people like yourself that can turn a piece of paper into something awesome! Thank you so much for sharing! {{{hugs}}} Valerie

    1. Jeran Post author

      Thanks Valerie. Shoot me an email with your address, and I'll send you these gift tags right away.

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