Festive Gift Tags, the last tutorial in my series for Fat Quarter Shop, is going live on their blog today. These scrappy little tags are so much fun to make, and it takes all of ten minutes to sew one up. I made these with Garland by Cotton + Steel, which is easily one of my favorite Christmas collections of all time.
These make a nice handmade addition to your Christmas gifts, but you can also string a whole batch of them on a length of baker's twine to make a sweet little garland (mine is hanging on the wall as I type). And why stop at Christmas? You can make birthday garlands, other holiday garlands, luggage tags, name tags, necklaces. Believe me, I had a hard time quitting after just five of these...
Head over to the Fat Quarter Shop blog
for the free pattern!
Great Gift Tags - love the fussy cutting with this fabric!ReplyDelete
These are such unique gift tags that aren't just printables on paper!ReplyDelete
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
So darling ~ love them!ReplyDelete
These are just adorable!! I love this collection too!!ReplyDelete
so cute! I love how you fussy cut them: the little images make them so happy! Have a wonderful Christmas! Hugs, HReplyDelete
Very cute! I have a hard time mixing collections unless I'm doing a scrappy quil t. This looks great. And I love half square triangles. This pattern would go together quickly. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love the quilt! I like how you grouped the colours together. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
so do you just write who it's for on with sharpie? I think I might make mine with a little pocket to put a little name tag in....ReplyDelete
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