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DIY Foiled Hello Gift Tags Using the Minc

Learn how to make these hand lettered, foil “Hello There” gift tags! There are so easy to make and you can use them in journaling and planners too.

Learn how to make these hand lettered, foil "Hello There" gift tags! There are so easy to make and you can use them in journaling and planners too.

Hello everyone! It’s Aki from Minted Strawberry again here to share a printable with super easy DIY with you all. One of the things I love making the most are tags.

They’re just fun and de-stressing to make in my opinion, and they’re pretty useful – specially if you like giving gifts!

Today I’ll be sharing hand-lettered and foiled Hello Gift Tags as I have been getting into hand lettering lately and wanted to try foiling some of my work. They’re so easy to make, so let’s get on it!

DIY Gift Tags

Supplies:

hello there free printableStep 1. Print the template on patterned cardstock using a laser printer – remember that foiling only works on laser printers and not inkjet printers. Cut out the tags using a pair of scissors or your craft knife.

cut foil for applyingStep 2. Cut out a piece of foil the same size as the gift tags, and run them through your Minc foiling machine. Other laminators work as well, but I have not tried them firsthand. Feel free to experiment – that’s what’s great about crafting!

peel off hot foilStep 3. Peel off the foil and use a hole punch to punch a hole on the top of each tag – and you are done!

leftover minc foilOptionalYou can print off a full sheet of black and use the negatives for fully foiled gift tags!

Learn how to make these hand lettered, foil "Hello There" gift tags! There are so easy to make and you can use them in journaling and planners too.Learn how to make these hand lettered, foil "Hello There" gift tags! There are so easy to make and you can use them in journaling and planners too.Learn how to make these hand lettered, foil "Hello There" gift tags! There are so easy to make and you can use them in journaling and planners too.What do you like making to de-stress? Let us know in the comments! Meanwhile, don’t forget to check out my blog and social media for more DIY inspiration + freebies! Happy crafting, friends!

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VIneeta

Tuesday 9th of October 2018

Hi I loved your post can you tell me what laser printer is best for foiling and what printable template did you use. I like the font you used but can’t seem to workout where to find a font like this or what application to use to design fonts for gift tags. Thanks for your help