Driftwood Hang Tags

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These are some real rustic hang tags...

No replication here... 
These are real, found on the shore, old, 
beachy driftwood tags.

You can even see remnants of 
old vanish on the back, 
possibly a piece of someone's boat...

Brought straight to me by the sea...

I cut the wood into four 5" pieces and stenciled on a number.

Number 1 even has a hole from where an old bolt used to be...

Rustic driftwood at it's best! 
Sold out but re-stocked!
Several sets are now available for you 
on my 


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  1. wow i love these they are great xxxx

  2. Those are awesome! I think I need to head to the beach...!

  3. No surprise these sold so fast! Very cool.

  4. Love them! I wish the sea would bring me something :) Have a great week!

  5. I LOVE these Susan! I can see why they sold so quickly!! If you make more, please let me know! Would love to have a couple!!

    I am going to peek around! Haven't had much time to visit lately!
    Have a wonderful week!

  6. Very cool!! It's no wonder they already sold!!

  7. I adore these! Love love love them. Can't wait to go searching for my own driftwood and do something similar.

  8. So cool!! Not surprised that they sold so fast.

  9. Very nice, and what a great idea to stencil it.

  10. Forgot to mention that I am a new follower.

  11. There is nothing that you can't craft into something that looks great.


  12. Absolutely gorgeous! I popped over from Pinterest. Following here now on GFC. Going to check out your Pinterest boards now :)


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