Farmhouse Decorative Tags

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1 Hour

This project was fun and easy. It’s very versatile too. You could use these tags for decor in your home, on your front porch, hanging on a door knob or even as a gift tag.

Obviously you can do these any measurements that work best for you.

I started with a rough pine board. I like pine because it’s a softer wood and it’s easy to work with.

I cut three pieces 3 1/2 inches by 7 inches.

I should mention that I spray painted my washers which are 1 1/2 inches in diameter matte black and set them aside to dry.

I placed the washer in the spot I wanted it then eyeballed where I wanted to make my cuts and marked it using a straight edge or ruler.

I used a large drill bit to make my holes.

I then cut my angles using a chop saw at 45 degrees.

I then stained my tags.

I lightly sprayed a copper paint on my washers. You could also just dab a copper or brown color to give them an aged look.

I used gorilla glue to adhere my washers.

I like the chunky white rope with this, but you could certainly use twine or jute also. I used a pencil to write my script on the tag and then painted it in white acrylic.

I hope you enjoyed this diy😊

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