Wood Snowflake Tags

Hi friends,

You know I love to shop the after holiday clearance sales! 😉 I shopped Hobby Lobby last year after Christmas and found these great wood tags and this box of little wood snowflakes. I had no idea what I would do with them 🤷🏼‍♀️ but I packed them away in my Christmas craft bin to use later. Hobby Lobby has had both of these items for several years so hopefully they will have them again this year…

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I added some 1/2 inch split wood balls and Folkart Home Decor Chalk Paint in White Adirondack to my supplies to make these cute Wood Snowflake Tags.

Here’s a closer pic of the snowflakes. There are 9 different patterns for a total of 54 snowflakes in the package – so many crafty options! 😊

First I removed the twine hanger from my tags so I wouldn’t get any paint on them. Then I glued 4 split balls along the bottom edge of the tags and attached 2 snowflakes. I used E6000 Clear Adhesive to attach the split balls and snowflakes. You don’t have to completely cover the surface of the snowflakes – a little goes a long way. I squeezed some of the E6000 onto a scrap of paper and used a toothpick to spread a little onto the back of the snowflakes.

After the adhesive was dry, I used a chip brush to dry brush white chalk paint over the front and back of the tags. Start with a light coat and then add more to get the coverage that you want. Then thread the twine back onto the tag and tie the ends together in a knot.

These Wood Snowflake Tags will make great ornaments for your tree. They have a rustic feel that would work great with farmhouse Christmas decor. Or use them as a package tie on – they would be cute attached to a plate of homemade cookies from your kitchen. 🙂

Anita

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