I’ve had fun designing new ribbon tags, using some pretty vintage graphics I have been saving 🙂 First there’s the long version:
And then there is the short version:
These tags can be used “as is” or they’ll also work well if you want to make double sided tags. Here’s how:
- Long ribbon tags: score and fold between the 5th and the 6th tag. Apply glue to the back ( I prefer spray glue for a quick process) and press the two sides together. Wait until dry (about 5 minutes with my spray glue) and cut the tags apart.
- Short ribbon tags: score and fold along the middle line, spray the back side with glue and cut the tags apart when the glue is dry.
Use the ribbon tags together with other “regular” tags, for journaling, for scrapbook pages, or attach them anywhere you want 🙂
Two long ribbon tags can also be used with a brad to make a pretty bow. I challenge you to test it yourselves and see if you can figure it out! The first person to send me a picture of a bow made with these, will be rewarded with a special surprise!
These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment. Go to the download folder below to grab your high quality copies 🙂
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I have used the following graphics for these designs