Buoy Hang Tags a Custom Order

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Last year I made these adorable
nautical hang tags for my Etsy Shop.

buoy hang tags www.homeroad.net
Just recently Deb, a friend of Homeroad, contacted
me and asked me if I had any left, she wanted them
for the tables at her son's rehearsal dinner.

Since it was the middle of winter, driftwood was 
hard to come by so I convinced Deb to try another idea. 

I happen to have the
slats from a 100 year old oak barrel in my basement. 

She asked me if it was possible to make 10 of them look
like buoys, each one a little different. 

I cut up the slats and made a sample... 

buoy hang tags www.homeroad.net

She loved it! 

So I got to work making 10 buoy hang tags...
all a little different.

buoy hang tags www.homeroad.net

A few days later, off they went to hang on centerpieces for
her son's rehearsal dinner. 


Happy Wedding Deb and thanks for 
thinking of Homeroad for your custom order!


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4 comments

  1. Of course she loved them, they are awesome!

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  2. How nice you were to find a way to make the tags she wanted.

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  3. So so so so cute! I love the buoy style so much, I had to feature them in this weekend's Party Junk!

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