Paint Chip Gift Tags

I know you’ve all seen the amazing things being done with paint chips these days.  I made an Ombre Paint Chip necklace a couple of months ago and it was a HUGE hit!  Paint chips are so versatile because they are available in EVERY color you can imagine.  That’s why these Paint Chip Gift Tags are so much fun to make!

paint chip gift tags

Now how cute are those?  Seriously!

These are so easy to make!

I just printed up some pictures of a Christmas tree and an ornament on heavy cardstock.  Cut them out and trace onto the paint chips with a pencil.

Cut out your paint chip shapes.  Using your hole punch, create a hole near the top of the gift tag.  Add a little ribbon to finish it off!  {I found this ribbon at Wal-mart for $0.97 per spool!}

paint chip gift tags

Doesn’t it look adorable against the brown kraft paper?

Imagine the possibilities!  You could do snowmen, jingle bells, holly berries…pretty much anything you want!  And wouldn’t these be adorable in pink or blue for baby showers?

paint chip gift tags

By the way, the darkest red shade is “Poinsettia” – PERFECT!  =)

Happy wrapping!

Jill
Linking up these fabulous parties!


Comments

  1. Such a fantastic idea! They’re so cute. Pinning :)

  2. So brilliantly simple! LOVE this idea! They turned out great!

  3. Super cute idea!

  4. These are so cute!

  5. These are super cute! Very creative! Would love if you’d join our Countdown to Christmas link party! Hope to see you there! Have a great week! :)
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/2012_12_04_archive.html

  6. Very clever, what a cute idea!

  7. What a cute, easy and inexpensive idea! Love it!! I’m so going to do this! Thanks for sharing!

  8. This is completely awesome. I want to do these now for everything

  9. This is a great idea! Love how simple and elegant the gift tags look :)

  10. Brilliant!

  11. These are adorable! I would love if you would link up to Fall Into the Holidays, open Saturday through Thursday-

    http://redcrowgreencrow.wordpress.com/tag/fall-into-the-holidays/

    Katie @ Horrific Knits

  12. What a clever idea!! I would love for you to come link this up to my party going on! http://alivedinhome.blogspot.com/2012/12/get-social-sunday_9.html

  13. So cute!! Pinned! I need to start collecting paint chips little by little so that I can actually make some of these things.

  14. I did these and I love them, but what about the back? its covered in writing and u can tell its a paint chip

  15. Katherine Jimenez says:

    Really cute!
    Easy to make.
    Thanks.

  16. Do you have a link to the shapes you used?

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      No I don’t. I googled “christmas tree stencil” and just printed off one of the images. Hope that helps!

  17. So cute!

  18. so stinkin’ smart!!

  19. Amy of while wearing heels says:

    Brilliant. I adore the retro ornament cut outs. I used them as inspiration for my daughter’s preschool class name tags. I made sure to share your link :). Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. These are so cute! I’ve pinned this for next year. Thanks!
    Saw you linking at Pinfest 2012
    Debbie :)

  21. Love the paint chip ornaments. Pinning for next year!

  22. Visiting from the 2012 Pinfest at White Lights on Wednesday. Pinning for next year. Great idea.

  23. LOVE THESE!! Pinning!

  24. cutest. idea. ever. seriously – these are so cute, and i bet older kiddos could do them no problem, too. i’m pinning this to my christmas board. (found you via the pin-ffest hop)

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