DIY Business Hang Tags on Word

7:24:00 AM

Here is how you can create your 
own double sided tags using Word.

First I designed my button on 
Ribbit is the new replacement for Picnik
and it is the exact same program. If you miss Picnik you will love Ribbet... The best part is that the premium features are free.

Then I opened Word, made 2 columns, and uploaded my picture 4 times, leaving a space at the top of each for the "hang tag". I also added my bird and my web address to the bottom of the picture. You can add your name, address, phone number or URL.

Using decorative scrap book paper, I cut it to  the size of printer paper. I ran it through the printer with the printed side up and printed out my images.

Next I cut the images into tag shapes...

I added Washi tape from the front, all the way down the back of the card. 

I punched a hole, added twine, and a mini clothes pin. Your tags could have your name, address, website, and phone number.

I put my hang tags in with each Etsy order, 
it reminds people where they bought 
their treasures!

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  1. I love these! So many great uses. : )

  2. So cute for all those Etsy stores out there.

  3. Love your cute and what a great way for customers to remember who they purchased their treasures from.


  4. Your packaging was so pretty that I kept it ... not sure what to do with it yet, but it was too lovely to toss :)

  5. What a terrific idea! I've wanted to enclose something with my etsy orders, too, but the only cards I had had my phone number on them, and I didn't want to send that ;-) I will have to work on something new like this!

  6. Thank you so much for the info. I just looked at Ribbit and I can't wait to use it. Thanks for the tutorial too.


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