Vintage jar tags DIY

Nothing personalizes  packages more than handmade tags.

I think that's a huge part of why I love getting "happy homemade goodies" in the mail.

Most of what I receive have the sweetest tags attached.

I always try and find time to make some extra special tags for my goodies shipping out.

This has got to be one of my favorites indeed.

I found a vintage jar printable here.

You can find them in about every size with or without wording.

I printed mine out on some blue card stock.

The fun part starts here!

Finding cute cupcake papers.

These came from Michael's but you can also find them from adorable shops such as Sweets & Treats Boutique.

Oh my word!!! 

This shop has the sweetest party goods ever.

I cut the ruffle off from the bottom center.

You can make three ruffles from one cup cake paper.

I used just a dab of glue and pressed them around the neck of the jar.

Once your ruffle has dried, cut two slits on each side.

This will help hold your string/ribbon in place.

I used bakers twine but you can use just about anything you have around the house.

ribbon, jute...

For the center of my jars I had fun stamping little messages.

I'm always looking for a good place to use my monogram stamp.

And there you have it!

So fun So easy So sweet!

xo Susie


  1. Hi SUsan, I LOVE your tags. May I ask where you got your "Uniquely Handmade Limited Edition" stamp?
    Have a wonderful day ~

    1. Deanna I believe it came from Hobby Lobby but if I'm mistaken, my second guess would be Micheals . The stamp is made by Stampabilities and their website is hope this helps some

  2. Oh how cute Susie. Thanks for sharing how easy that was to make.

  3. You are so creative Susie -- these are adorable! xoxo

  4. This is such a cute and creative idea. I love it. I would love for you to link this up to my Inspire Me party that just started today.
    Hugs, Marty

  5. The tags are so adorable! Thanks for sharing!


  6. So cute, and I've been working on almost the exact same thing. I'll be sharing my project soon. I'm lovin' all the super-cute cupcake liners that are popping up everywhere, but seldom actually use them for baked goods!

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  8. I hope all is well with you and your summer.


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