Anthropologie might be my favorite store. Sometimes I just wander around and admire all the things. I love their displays, their clothes, and their home goods. Plus, the store smells amazing!!
I was wondering through an Anthropologie in NYC and spotted these cute wooden gift tags. It was love at first sight. For the rest of my trip, I was dreaming up all the ways I could use them in our life.
Of course, I went home and researched how to DIY these tags. To my surprise, it turned out to be an easy and quick craft. Be sure to make a bunch of these and store them away for a quick and beautiful gift! These tags are super versatile and rustic.
Read to craft? Here is what you need!
- Dremel Drill
- Wood Scrap Piece
- Wooden Rounds
I found these wooden rounds at a local craft store. I purchased 14 of them for $2. They are all different sizes and thickness.
Using your pencil, mark where you want to make a hole in your tag.
Place your wooden tag on your wood scrap piece. This will protect the surface you are working on.
Place your Dremel on your wooden round, being careful to drill on your pencil mark. I started the drill on LOW and slowly increased the speed as needed. Note: if you are fancy and own a drill press, you could use that too!!
I used some twine we had left over from another project and cut each piece 10 inches long. Thread the twine through the hole and knot near the base of the tag.
These would be great as labels on bins in a laundry room or toy closet. Paint them with chalkboard paint and use chalk pens to label all the things! You could also use these tags as labels on glass jars for weddings or gifts. Or store them away next to your gift wrap and use them for your next birthday party or thank you gift.
These tags are so economical and fun! Happy Crafting!