Beaded Gift Tags

I have such a weakness for beads. I collect them in our office like a total weirdo and hope that one day they’ll reveal their greater purpose. Until then, I keep scouring the web for fun DIY ideas that use them as the primary material. These pretty beaded gift tags are a collaboration between Patricia of Fourteen-Forty Letterpress and Thea of hushedCOMMOTION. Each is hand beaded and comes in a set of three with satin ribbon attached. These would be so pretty on top of a simple package wrapped in kraft paper. If you need some pretty tags to finish off your holiday wrapping, click here to place an order and see more details ($12.50 for a set of 3). xo, grace

  1. Those tags are delightful! Don’t worry about the bead thing, here I’m you’re weirdo match! ;) This post gave me a whole bunch of ideas, thanks.

  2. Megan says:

    These tags are adorable! Adding beads on them is such a great idea.

  3. heather says:

    Ah well I am a weirdo about buttons, it happens… :) Really cute cards! Inspiration for my buttons!

  4. Lela says:

    Kraft paper and navy blue is really a great combination, neevr thought of that until I saw these photos.

  5. Sarah says:

    Wow – that is an absolutely fantastic idea. I love it.


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