Keepsake Ornament Tags

Stamping in air dry clay is super easy and fun. Roll out some air dry clay ( I bought mine at Michaels) with a rolling pin or glass bottle, stamp into it, let dry overnight, sand and paint! That’s it! ( And the sanding is optional… I just use a nail file to take out imperfections). Mine are rolled out to about 1/4″ thick and I used a variety of paint, ink and glitter on them. Wrap up your leftover clay with some Saran Wrap and store it in a ziplock and it will last a really long time. I also cut some circles out of the clay and stamped in those. They make great Tags to use on Holiday presents. I used Lawn Fawn’s Toboggan Together deer and penguin on the finished ones. I also made the wreath that the deer is sitting on out of Shrinky Dink! ( but that’s a whole other

Author: ginapiazza

I sew, quilt, cross stitch, embroider. I paint, draw, color, and sculpt! I've been an artist my whole life. I love papercrafting, it's a wonderful medium to create with.

One thought on “Keepsake Ornament Tags”

  1. Wow, your ornament tags are adorable! Such a great idea to use air-dry clay and shrink plastic instead of paper, so clever! Thanks for sharing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!


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