DIY Wood Veneer Confetti & Gift Tag Flags

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tag Flags — Five minute DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tag Flags from wood veneer taping. Easy, inexpensive and looks store bought!

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

Have I told you in the last week how much I love really easy projects? Well, it’s true! And this DIY for wood veneer confetti and gift tags is seriously the easiest thing you can make.

The cool thing about simple projects made from wood is that they almost always come out looking like they take far more effort than they really do.

My DIY stump side tables are another great example in case you don’t believe me.

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

To make this little confetti and gift tag set, all you need are:

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

How To Make DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tag Flags

To make the gift tags, cut 3 inch long strips of veneer from the roll.

And then, snip a small triangle from one end to make a flag shape.

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

Next, use the whole punch to make a whole to tie the flags onto gifts.

Write the lucky loved ones name on them with a gold leaf pen.

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

After making the tags you’ll realize that the confetti practically makes itself with the bits and pieces left over.

Continue punching and cutting shapes to make a full set of wooden confetti!

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

DIY Wood Veneer Confetti and Gift Tags - Sugar & Cloth - DIY - Holidays

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  3. Wow, great idea and great design! I love your site; arrived for the distressed Ikea shelves and am very glad I looked further. Amazing sense of style!

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  4. Was dying to do this for this year’s Christmas, but the only wood veneer edging available at our local hardware stores was birch and red oak, neither of which were dark enough for my liking. The link you provided above for the veneer doesn’t show exact pictures of the different types of woods, but I love the color of the one you have shown above–what wood is that?

    XOXO,
    Rebecca

    www.DarlingCashmere.blogspot.com

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