DIY Numbered Tags

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  1. Vickie says:

    Great Job! I think I need to make some!!!

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much Vickie! You do need to make some— they’re a lovely little DIY! 🙂

  2. Cheryl says:

    Hi Shayna,
    New followerer to your blog, but don’t think I have ever commented.
    I love the clay tags as well. I love that you shared about both your experiences and which one worked best for you. They do look great on baskets!
    I made some a while back except I used stamps and a different kind of clay that air dries. I had great results. LOL, I can’t remember if I blogged about it though.

    • Shayna says:

      Hi Cheryl! Welcome to the WGC! So happy to have you! 🙂
      I’m so happy you love the clay tags too! I bet yours turned out perfect… a stamp would be wonderful! And if you haven’t, you should totally blog about them!:)

  3. Tania says:

    I love these! It’s very nice that you showed both the dough and clay versions. I’m with you, the clay looks MUCH better!


  4. these are very pretty Shayna, glad you showed us how to and the difference between them! 🙂
    I like that you used metallic paint for the numbers; very nice! 🙂
    hope you are having a great week too!

  5. karen says:

    Hay Just a thought for your wonderful tags . roll em cut um and stamp the numbers on um let them dry right on the wax paper till hard then paint them and let them dry some more and then remove the wax paper from the backs ! they would be perfectly smooth and round .

    • Shayna says:

      Hi Karen! Thank you so much for the comment! I love your idea… you’re brilliant! The next time I make them, I’m totally doing everything on the wax paper, that way I don’t have to move them!
      THANK YOU! 🙂

      • karen says:

        good morning dont forget to share. I look forward to seeing your tags again ! Happy day !

        • kAREN says:

          I thought if you rolled the numbers in and then cut them out. Is there a place where I can buy cutout numbers . I dont have a machine that does that ? If anyone has stamps that would work too . Have a GOD day .

          • Shayna says:

            Hi Karen! I think craft stores have both the letters & numbers in the scrap booking section!
            If you can’t find any, let me know and I would be happy to send you a cutout of both! 🙂
            Happy Crafting!

          • Karen says:

            Ok thanks I will try looking there fist ! Have a great 4th og JULY !

  6. They are cute!! I definitley like the polymer clay best as well.

    • karen says:

      PS. I forgot to tell you wax paper is safe in the oven up to 350 because I have baked cookies on it ! I cant wait to make some of them tags LOL

      • Shayna says:

        Love it! You’re brilliant! 🙂

        • Karen says:

          Shayna ,
          I dont have the ability to cut those numbers out like you . Would you consider sending me a set of numbers and A B C s . I really would love to make some of them there tags ! lol I am really not from the south . Thanks in advace for your consideration. I could pay you if you want . Just in case I am giving you my address .

          Best Regards Karen Powell
          2584 Chelsea st.
          Trenton MI 48183

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  8. Angela says:

    Oh I love these! Will definitely try this!! Thanks!!~~Angela

  9. Lisa Taylor Whitley says:

    These are really cute! How did you “roll” the numbers into the clay?

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Lisa! To roll the numbers into the clay, I used my rolling pin to lightly roll them in, being careful not to flatten or “roll out” my circle shapes.
      Hope that helps! 🙂

  10. Susan says:

    They came out great! The Sculpy was the way to go !

  11. M says:

    Just the sweetest little pieces of eye candy, that I ever did see…must try these babies!!!

  12. Tina says:

    Those turned out great! I would use air dry clay. It’s super light and easy to work with. The salt dough works best if it air dries no air bubbles. I can’t wait to try these too:) Thanks for sharing.

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much Tina! I am definitely going to try the air dry clay next time! Thanks for helping me make that decision! 🙂

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