When I designed these Don’t Worry—I Didn’t Make This gift tags several weeks ago, I had no idea that we would all be worrying, and worrying a lot, by the time I posted them. Now they seem as though they are an awkward Coronavirus social distancing joke, but I had in mind those of us who are overcrafters. If you are someone who gives handmade gifts a little too often—okay we know that’s not really possible but humor me—perhaps it would be fun to give something a little different. Buy a small present, put it in a bag, attach tag and done. The printable gift tags may be downloaded free using the form at the bottom of this post.
STEP 1 Download and Print Your Tags
Download the PDF using the link at the bottom of this page. Save it to your hard drive or a thumb drive. The PDF is a letter size, 8.5×11 inch sheet, with six tags on a page.
For paper, use a bright white or pastel cardstock. If you do not have a printer, you can also just have them printed at an office store local to you. Once you are ready, open the file in Adobe Acrobat Reader and then print as many sheets as you need.
STEP 2 Cut Out Your Tags
I used a 2.5 inch circle punch to cut out the tags. First, trim the white border to allow you to insert the sheet and center the circle. Flip your punch over, so that you can see the design inside the frame. Then just press down.
Use your small punch to create a hole for the string at the top of the tag.
STEP 3 Attach Tags
I used small kraft paper bags. I folded them down and wrapped baker’s twine around the tops to tie on the tags. I clipped everything together with white clothespins.
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Note: Tags are for Personal Use Only, and the PDF may not be sold, distributed, or posted on other websites. If you wish to share this project, please link to this page. Happy crafting!