What is cuter than these felt gift tags? Just about nothing. Make them with your Cricut Maker and add them to any gift to personalize it. Enter to win a Cricut Maker of your very own at the bottom of the post. Good luck!This post does contain affiliate links.
I honestly hate using the sticker labels for Christmas and I'm gonna be honest, not everyone in the family gets a gift tag. I usually save these felt gift tags for neighbor gifts or other family. My kids get their gifts in their own wrapping paper. I just slip whatever paper is their's into their stocking and they're set for the rest of the morning.These felt gift tags are really for special gifts and that's why I love them. They're so easy to make with your Cricut Maker and the rotary blade attachment. Use some of Cricut's new felt that is stiff enough for fine cutting and you're set.
Begin by applying your felt to your pink fabric grip mat. If your mat has lost some of it's stickiness, I suggest using the applicator tool to help rub it down firmly. One thing to never do it clean your pink mat. I know that there are suggestions all over the internet but cleaning it is not recommended. A way to keep it from losing the stickiness is to try to never touch it with your hands. The applicator comes with a removal tool that are great for avoiding touching.Load your mat into the Cricut Maker. Be sure that the mat is pressed against the rollers when loading your project. Doing this will ensure that your mat cuts on the 12×12″ area.Once all your felt is cut, assemble your pieces together. I use fabric glue for this part or you could easily use hot glue. Use it at a high temp so that the felt will stick to each other.Tie your bow onto your gift and attach the felt gift tags by attaching the ribbon onto the loops included with your image. Gift to that special someone.
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