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When it comes to celebrating, whatever the occasion may be, I think it’s so nice to find new alternative ways to wrap gifts. These clay gift tags are so cheap and easy to make but look so pretty and with a little bit of string or ribbon, they can be kept and turned into a hanging ornament for the home.
See below my step by step guide on how to make your own stamped clay gift tags…
What You Will Need:
- White Air Dry Clay (500g could potentially make 50 tags)
- Round Cookie Cutter (size of your choice)
- Stamp Ink
- Stamp (The stamp I have used is no longer available but see below some alternatives)
You could even get your very own bespoke stamp made with a personalised message, signature or even a pattern. Just visit www.getstamped.co.uk for more details.
Step 1. On a clean surface, take a section of the clay and using a rolling pin roll it out to roughly 3mm thick.
Step 2. Then using the cookie cutter, cut out all the tags you will need.
Step 3. Using a pen lid or nail head, cut out a small hole for the ribbon. Then leave to dry for 24 hours.
Step 4. Once the clay is dry, all you have to do is stamp your design onto one side. You can use any colour of ink you like, I think metallic ink would look fabulous for Weddings or Christmas.
I really hope this has been an easy tutorial to follow and that you have lots of fun making these.