These may be my favorite gift tags that I’ve made thus far! While I made these Lace Covered Gift Tags for a Christmas Gift Tag exchange, I think they would be so perfect for birthdays, weddings, or a girly baby shower. There’s something about lace that adds a touch of vintage femininity to any gift.
- Blank gift tags (purchase these pre-cut at an arts and crafts store or cut them with a Silhouette or Cricut)
- Lace wide enough to cover the gift tag (I think mine was about 2″)
- Matte Mod Podge
Place a thick layer of Mod Podge on blank gift tag.
Cover the tag with the lace and press firmly with the sponge. At this point, check the gift tag. If the lace is not adhering, apply another layer of Mod Podge over the lace and press firmly until it holds. Let the gift tag dry completely.
Cut any lace overhang from around the edges of the gift tag. Use a single hole punch to create a hole in the lace for the gift tag hole.
In a Blink Time Frame: One tag takes about ten minutes, not counting drying time.
Let the Kids Help: Unless you have older kids, this is primarily an adult craft.
Wow, so simple yet so elegant! Genius!
Lisa @ Practically Perfect Home says
These are so pretty! I have a whole roll of lace ribbon and have been looking for ways to use it. This is perfect. Thanks for sharing!!
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Michelle @ The Painted Hinge says
Loving this tutorial! I’m going to be altering some books here pretty soon and this gives me a lot of ideas! Thanks for sharing!
Michelle @ The Painted Hinge