Hello, and happy Friday friends! We hope you’ve enjoyed Tag Punch Board Week and all the amazing projects our designers have shared. Today we’re sharing three unique ways to use the Tag Punch Board in your paper craft projects. Let’s get started.
Combine the Tag Punch Board with the Square Punch Board
If you need to make several tags of the same size for gifts or another bulk project, your two best friends are the Square Punch Board and the Tag Punch Board. (More photos and details HERE.)
One punch for each tag takes half the time that two cuts with the trimmer for each tag does!
Aly Dosdall made these for Valentine’s Day, but you can switch up the papers and stickers and make them for any occasion.
Make Tent Tags with the Tag Punch Board
If you’d like to write some thoughts or wishes on your gift tag, a tent tag is perfect for that! (More photos and details by Eva Pizarro on the Pebbles Inc blog HERE.)
Simply trim your paper into a long strip, fold it in half, and then cut and punch with the Tag Punch Board according to the directions.
Just be sure the fold is at the top of your tag.
Use the Tag Punch Board to make a Quad-Fold Invite
For a unique party invitation, fold your paper into quarters and then cut and punch with the Tag Punch Board! (Full instructions by Chantalle McDaniel on our blog HERE.)
Add embellishments and party details inside and out!
We hope these Tag Punch Board ideas have inspired you. Thanks for stopping by today. Have an awesome weekend friends, and Happy Crafting!