Reclaimed Wood Holiday Door Tags

One of my new favorite clients sent me another request...

Give thanks wooden tags

She sent me a picture and asked me if I could make these door tags for her... she actually wanted a set for Thanksgiving and a set for Christmas.

I couldn't wait to try. 

I'm sorry that I don't know the source of the originals but I put my own spin on her request by using reclaimed wood.

Actually... the wood was reclaimed drawer backs from the dresser I just sent to the curb. 

The thickness of the wood was perfect for this project and I'd rather used repurposed wood than new wood... that is just how I roll!

I broke apart the drawer then cut it out in the shape of wooden tags. 

I used a 1" drill bit to drill the holes in the tags.

I stained 2 of them for the "Give Thanks" set...


two wooden boards cut to tag shapes




Wooden tag shaped boards painted green

When the paint and stain dried I distressed the edges of the wood with sandpaper.

Using my Silhouette machine I cut vinyl to use as a stencil for this project. 

No Silhouette machine? Print out the lettering on your computer and use carbon paper to transfer the image onto the wood. 

Hand paint in the lettering and you're done! No machine required!


Wooden tags with purple stencil Give Thanks

I pounced the paint over the stencil then peeled off the vinyl while the paint was wet.

Wooden tags with stenciled Give Thanks

Green wooden tags with stenciled Season's Greetings

The holiday door tags were just what my client wanted and she ordered several more for gifts!


Pinterest pin for wooden door tags

Thanksgiving Give Thanks door tags

Green wooden Season's Greeting tags with red berries

And then she ordered more... 


Green Merry Christmas Door Tags

Personalized door tags were a hit too!


Wooden door tags The Youngs


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .