Use old paper, dried twigs, and a bit of ink, to create these cute recycled paper twiggy tags! Great for hanging on the Christmas tree or using for tags. I wanted to complement my Dictionary Page Garland, and cardboard snowflakes; re-used, re-cycled, and cheap!
I took some cardboard tags and covered both sides with paper from an old dictionary (what else), then I sanded the edges and “inked” them with a brown scrapbook ink pad to add a bit of antiquing.
I made a twiggy little tree from some dry old willow branches and cut out a small brown star for the top.
Easy as one, two, three!
The old Hoosier cabinet keeps everything in order…
Simple, rustic, recycled…
Great for gift tags…
Add a sprig of green, and your all set!
I used a glue stick to glue the paper to the cardboard and white glue to glue the twigs on. White glue takes a bit longer to dry than a glue gun but it just seemed to work better for me.
Such a quick and easy decoration! and I’m all for quick and easy and cheap and re-cycled.
Have a wonder filled day!