Thursday, June 5, 2014

CELEBRATIONS: True Grit | Sandpaper Father’s Day Tags

Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com  Father’s Day is just around the corner and these super quick and easy sandpaper gift tags would be perfect for a handy dad.



 Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com These couldn’t be easier to make and I love how they turned out.

  
Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com All you need is sandpaper, a circle punch, washers, a hole punch, glue and some leather cording or twine.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com Punch out your sandpaper circle using a circle punch. I have a 2” circle punch that cut the sandpaper easily.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com Punch a hole in your circle using a standard paper hole punch. Glue on a washer around the hole. Once the glue is dry, add some twine, string or leather cording.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com You can add a paper backing to finish off the tags or leave the original back showing. I chose to write directly on the back of the sandpaper.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com Keep the theme going by wrapping your box with strips of wood contact paper.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com I love all the different colors of the sandpaper and the manly leather cording.


Sandpaper Father's Day Tags created by homework | carolynshomework.com I’m sure my husband will wonder why there are 2” circles cut out of his sheets of sandpaper when he goes to use them next time. 


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6 comments:

  1. What an awesome idea! And perfect for the odd corners of sandpaper that are leftover from other projects.

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  2. What a novel idea with the sandpaper! It naturally has the sparkling effect without glitter!! Less mess!

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  3. Oh my word, this is TOO cool. I need to make some of these for my hubby for our anniversary. Thanks for the inspiration! Stumbled and pinned!

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  4. Super cute idea! We would love for you to come and link up with us at Your Designs This Time! http://elizabethjoandesigns.com/2014/06/designs-time-no-13/

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  5. Carolyn, these are genius!! Would you have time to come post and join us at Awesome Things Tuesday here http://www.sowderingabout.com/2014/06/awesome-things-tuesday_10.html - thanks and welcome!! jen

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