16 December 2010

Kid art + mailing labels = unique gift tags

Turn your kid's art into gift tags

via kidscraftweekly.com

I've been a fan of Kids Craft Weekly for years. Amber manages to come up with craft projects that are both completely easy and adorable, and she does it EVERY WEEK. Take this idea: using your kid's art plus regular, old white mailing labels and transforming them into beautiful gift tags. How simple and smart is that?

Visit Kids Craft Weekly, subscribe to her free newsletter, and consider buying one of her fantastic Christmas Craft e-books as a gift...or for yourself.

More: Christmas hacks

Your comments

Feed Follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Simple. Beautiful. Unique!

Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

That is a great idea! And both the kids and the people that receive the gift can enjoy it. Good work!

Great idea! Looks like an easy task to complete. Thanks for sharing.

I will share a wrapping and present kid art idea. I made color photo copies of a Christmas tree/decorated house my kid made (8 ½ x11). I taped it to white mailing envelopes. Inside went the art calendar, the art from the kid, the kid photos, the kid craft, family photos, art cards, etc. Called the Art Pack. Kept filling the enveloped until I was done. Kid wrote to and from on the back. Everyone opens at the same time since they are all the same.

We close comments after a month to guard against spam. Want to talk about this hack? Join us on Twitter and Facebook!

 

Email updates

  • Never miss a hack -- the next one might change your life.

 

Asha's Book

  • At Amazon: Minimalist Parenting: Enjoy Modern Family Life More by Doing Less

    Find out why doing less is the key to resourceful, thriving kids, and a calmer, happier YOU.

    Minimalist Parenting is an encouraging roadmap for decluttering your schedule, your home, and your vision for family life. Reviewers call it "a much welcome alternative to the usual parenting advice."

    Learn More at Amazon

    Also available at Barnes & Noble or your favorite local bookstore.

Start Amazon shopping here