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Confetti Gift Tags

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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These gift tags make a cute way to add a little something different to a gift tag. A simple craft that even little ones can do and makes use of any scraps of left over coloured paper you have from doing other crafts.



Gift tag, confetti, toddler, preschool


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Scraps of coloured paper
Hole punch
Card
Ribbon
Double sided sticky tape

Method
Using a hole punch, punch holes in scraps of coloured paper. You can assemble a few layers of paper to make it quicker to build up the number of little circles you create.



Gift tag, confetti, toddler, preschool


It takes a little bit of effort for young kids to push down the hole punch but my son really enjoyed doing it. Don't forget the actual punch part is sharp so always supervise and make sure fingers are well out of the way.
Once you have a good amount of mini circles, empty the hole punch tray into a bowl.



Gift tag, confetti, toddler, preschool


Cut a piece of card into the shape of a gift tag and punch one end.
Stick a strip of double sided tape across the gift tag.



Gift tag, confetti, toddler, preschool


Sprinkle the mini circles over the tape and gently press down.



Gift tag, confetti, toddler, preschool


Thread a piece of ribbon through the gift tag and tie onto your gift.

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#Gift Tag
#Wrapping
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