DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags — Lucky for you (and moms all around the world!) you can make DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags that are both cute and keepsake worthy!

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I’d like to confess that sometimes I try way too hard to save pretty wrapping paper. I don’t want you to think I belong on that show Extreme Cheapskates or anything.

I just really love a good presentation. Lucky for you (and moms all around the world) you can make DIY Monogram Gift Tags are both cute and keepsake worthy without causing you to be considered strange. Perfect!

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

 

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

Materials And Tools Needed To Make DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags

Plain ornaments — Mine were $1.99 at Hobby Lobby. You can find similar ones online here.

Gold leafing sheets

Gold leaf adhesive pen

Ribbon

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

How To Make DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags

Using your adhesive pen, write your letter or message on a bulb and let it dry for five minutes.

Next, place a gold leafing sheet over the adhesive and rub gently to adhere it.

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

Peel the sheet off and lightly dust away excess leafing.

String a piece of ribbon through to tie it onto your gift, and you’re all set!

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

Lastly, I’ve officially decided that everyone needs golden disco ball ornaments. That sounds legitimate right?

DIY Monogrammed Ornament Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - Holidays - Houston Blogger

 

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  6. I just bought gold leaf with no particular craft project in mind. but these are great! I got to get the adhesive pen now and I’ll be good to go :) cute idea!

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  7. Really want to make these for presents this year but can’t find any nice white baubles with gold tops in the UK (they only do silver in the shop near me)! May have to try it on clear glass baubles instead – although not sure it will look as good as yours.

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  8. Just want to say, I am new to your blog and am SO in love with it already. Simply beautiful. Keep it up :)

    xx -b.

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  9. A gold leaf pen!! I never knew that existed! I’m absolutely going to do this. I’m crazy about saving beautiful wrapping as well. Sometimes it’s too good to let go of it :).

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  10. This is such a great idea, I’ve been doing something similar with felt decorations, but this is so simple that I’ll definitely be giving this a go!
    Claire @ theowlintheteacup.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. These are adorable Ash! I love ’em. And I can agree that everyone needs a few gold disco balls in their life…Christmas or not. :)

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  12. Thank you so much for this DIY. It’s such a neat way to dress up a present, and the person gets two gifts in one! I can’t wait to try this out!

    Monique, The Flair Society

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