For the Love of Primitive Antiques

Wooden Christmas Stocking Tags

Wooden Stocking Tags

Wooden Stocking Tags

Here are some Christmas stocking tags that can be used year after year.  The materials needed for this Holiday project are: preformed wooden tags(or if you are real crafty, you can cut your own design out of Balsa Wood), names printed out on regular paper, craft paint, paint brush, decal applicator, razor knife, and Mod Podge.

Paint edges and back of wooden tag and allow to dry completely.

Paint edges and back of wooden tag and allow to dry completely.

Don't forget a dog bone design or a fish design for your favorite dog or cat family member.

Don’t forget a dog bone design or a fish design for your favorite dog or cat family member.

Cut out name paper with and razor knife to fit tag design.

Cut out name paper with and razor knife to fit tag design.

Brush Mod Podge over entire front of tag and place cut out name paper on the wet Mod Podge.  Use decal applicator to take out bubbles. Let dry completely.

Brush Mod Podge over entire front of tag and place cut out name paper on the wet Mod Podge. Use decal applicator to take out bubbles. Let dry completely.

Paint personal embellishments on the tag.

Cut away excess paper Paint personal embellishments on the tag.

Brush Mod Podge over entire tag and let dry completely.  Do the same to the back of tag and again let dry completely.

Brush Mod Podge over entire tag and let dry completely. Do the same to the back of tag and again let dry completely.

Add twine and tie to Christmas stockings.

Add twine and tie to Christmas stockings.

Enjoy!

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