When I was 19, I traveled to Scotland for a summer study program, and while there I learned to appreciate tea. We were working outside much of the day, and it was often dreary and cold. Returning to our guesthouse for tea, always poured from a china teapot and accompanied by homemade shortbread cookies, was the highlight of every afternoon. These ‘you are tea-riffic’ gift tags are for tea or any tea-related gift. In keeping with yesterday’s post, I drew an Art Deco teapot for the illustration. The printable gift tags may be downloaded free using the form at the bottom of this post.
Scissors or Paper Cutter
Brown Paper Sacks
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.
Download Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free from Adobe. You must use Reader to edit the PDF, or it will not work properly. Open the file and type your custom text in the highlighted field. Save.
For paper, use a bright white 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, print as many sheets as you need.
STEP 2 Cut Out Your Tags
Use your paper cutter to cut out the gift tags along the crop lines. You may use scissors if you don’t have a paper cutter, but it is easier to get them straight with the cutter. I used my small punch to create a hole in the top of the tags.
STEP 3 Attach Tags
I used small brown paper bags. I looped bakers twine several times around the top, then tied on the tags.
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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!