Easy DIY Washi Tape Gift Tags {Have A Ball… A Gum Ball… This Christmas}

I’m hosting my annual Christmas cookie decorating party this coming Monday and that means fun food, creative jars of candies and lots of sprinkles. {grin}

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Most of you know my youngest has severe food allergies. Where my favorite candy is and will always be any form of chocolate {smirk}, his is gum.

I got these bright red gum balls from Candy Galaxy. They’re perfect in an apothecary jar, as holly berries on a wreath cake {oooh! Idea!}, or to package as class party favors. You have to stop in, they have every color!

For our party, I made this fun little tag, “Have A Ball This Christmas!” What can I say… I like puns. To make your own you’ll need:

  • Darice white frame gift tags
  • Scotch Washi Tape
  • Elmer’s Glue Dots
  • Darice red/white baker’s twine
  • Scissors (small detail scissors for trimming tape and whimsy frame scissors for the top sign)
  • White paper

And for the easy steps:

  1. Washi – apply tape at equal distances and trim off excess
  2. Glue Dot – add a glue dot to the center of the tag
  3. Message – in Word, type a message in pretty fonts
  4. Edge – cut the paper edge with a whimsy scissor, or straight edge, whatever you have

Sometimes it’s the little touches at a party that really make your guests smile. Happy Wednesday everyone. Only six more days to Christmas!!! {grin}

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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