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Gift tags made from Fabric sample Book
I picked up some fabric sample books (donated by a local fabric store)at my local recycling center. After cutting out the tiny fabric pieces to use in a patchwork project. I was left with loads of fabric pieces that had paper glued to the back. I designed these tags so that all of the pages in the sample books could be used.
Now I don't ever have to buy gift tags again ... haha

Posted by edith s. from United States • Published See edith s.'s 10 projects »
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  • How to make a packaging tag. Gift Tags From Fabric Sample Books - Step 1
    Step 1

    Score some of last seasons fabric sample books from your local recycling center or fabric store.
    Wall paper books will work too!

  • Step 2

    Cut out the shape of your tag and a heart shape out of different fabrics. Use the fabric that has paper glued to the back of it ... use your paper free fabrics for a patchwork project :)

  • Step 3

    glue the heart onto the fabric tag shape. Then glue the fabric tag onto a piece of card stock. This gives the back of the tag a clean back so that you can write your message on the tag.

  • Step 4

    With your glitter glue, outline the heart. Let dry.

  • Step 5

    Take your hole punch and punch a hole at the top of the tag. Then with your grommeter tool insert a grommet into the hole.
    Tie on your string.
    Finished!

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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North-Holland, Netherlands · 108 projects

love this, but i think you can make them too from scaps left over of fabrics. i love the one with the open heart the most, its something diffrends. :-D

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Jen x
Jen x · Newton Abbot, Devon, United Kingdom

I need to keep an eye out for fabric sample books - where else do they tend to turn up (or is it just luck to spot them?!). Jen x

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