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The Remington Man and I celebrated our anniversary at On the Border Restaurant this week and they gave us these coasters.  I have a thing for coasters so I quickly took my glass off to prevent any wet spots and thought up a fun project that I could do with them.  I decided they would make cute tags on Christmas presents.  And dear niece Sydney here is yours...

Supplies Needed:
(coaster, printed design, scissors, modge podge, hole punch, clear gloss spray)


The first thing I did was make a 4"x4" square design and print it out.

Then I traced around the coaster and carefully cut it out. Then I used modge podge to glue it onto the coaster.  I also made a plain one for the back.

Next I took my 1 1/4 inch hold punch and cut out a circle.  Be careful not to get too close to the edge.

After I cut out the circle I lightly sprayed it with a clear gloss spray to give it shine.

Attach with some ribbon and you have a fancy tag for your gifts this year.
If you want to use this design click here to download the front picture (it has an empty to and from for you to fill out) and here to download the back.
I also made up a snowflake theme gift tag that you can download and use...I just need another coaster to make mine!

The Front

The Back.  Enjoy!

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17 comments:

  1. Very cute tag!
    I'm so excited to be the first to post and comment! :o) Thanks for hosting the party!

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  2. Clever...so cute!

    Holly @ 504 Main

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  3. Hi...

    What a great idea! I love all those great restaurant coasters...they are just perfect to use for a gift tag! That's just so creative! Thank you for including the printable patterns!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  4. You really are so very creative! I would never have thought of this....and how kind of your to supply us with the cute snowflake patterns!
    Hope you have a lovely week,Natasha.

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  5. Hmm, I forsee a trip to Chili's in my future! That is a great idea for gift tags, and so timely! This year I am going to try to have everything wrapped as I go, as the scramble on Christmas Eve is really stressful!

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  6. I love dressing up gifts! Cute tag!

    What a fun party! I'm new to your blog and can't wait to see more. :) Nice to meet you!

    Thanks for linking to the Fall Festival!

    Roeshel

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  7. Very nice tags, great idea with the coaster! Very creative!

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  8. I'm sydney and very angery beacause she won't tell me what it is!(jk) I'll see you at thanksgiving if not before then. Loved the pics. of her party (i'm in the back in the purple) loe you Aunt Juju S.

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  9. Neat tags!!!

    Nice to meet you!

    Stop by!

    love, kelee

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  10. What an amazing idea for tags. Thanks for sharing. It's so nice to meet you crafty gal!
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  11. Oh my goodness, I loooove those! You had me at the polka dots. :)
    Thanks for linking up.

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  12. You were featured in my favorites. Go check it out and grab your I've been featured button.
    Thanks for posting. I think these are adorable.
    Cheri

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