Children’s Art Tags

I have two little artists in my house and they are, shall we say, very prolific. We have boxes and files and pile and stacks of art around here. And while I like to put the best of the best (or at least the most special) of their work away so I can gaze at it some day when they are grown, I’m always looking for ways to use up the rest of the art in a fun way. These tags are a GREAT way to use art in a fun way that allows others to enjoy the work of your little artist.

Difficulty level: Easy
Time required: 10 minutes

Things you’ll need:
Kids Art
Spray Mount Glue
Window Tags
Hole Punch

Things to do:
1. On a covered work surface, lightly spray one side of the tags with a coat of spray mount glue.
2. Position the tags onto the art so that the whole tag is on the new layer of paper and the best of the art is in the window. Smooth the tags out to work out any bubbles.

3. Allow the glue to set up for a few minutes and then trim around the tag tightly so that there are no edges hanging over the tag. Punch a new hole where the tag hole was and add a ribbon to tie!

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