Mar 7, 2012 - Crafts, Printables    2 Comments

Rustic Fabric Tags

Today I want to share a little fabric tag I made.  It is really simple and didn’t cost me a dime, all scraps I had on hand.

First cut out a rectangle out of scrap fabric.  Mine is a linen look-a-like.  Fray the edges on three sides.  On the top, sew a contrasting piece of fabric folded over the top edge.

Rustic Fabric Labels

Print off numbers 1-9 HERE.  Cut the numbers out with an Xacto knife.  With stencil adhesive glue the backs of the numbers and lay them in the center of the tag.  Lay the tags on a piece of plastic food wrap in case the paint goes through the fabric.  Lightly paint around the edges of the numbers with craft paint.  Remove the numbers and allow to dry.

Rustic Fabric Labels

Sew a small piece of twine to the top edge of the tag.  Go back and forth a few times to make sure it is secure.

Rustic Fabric Labels

Hang the tag on just about anything!  Great for presents, as a hanger divider for nursery sizes, toy boxes, etc.

Here is a sneak peak at an upcoming reveal for which the tags were made.

Rustic Fabric Labels

To read about the boxes and how they were attatched click HERE.

Linked Up: Crafty Scrappy Happy,  36 Ave.,  DIY by Design, Funky Junk, Tatertots & Jello


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