Learn to create DIY Wooden Tags for fall with this easy farmhouse home decor tutorial. These are simple to make and super adorable!!
Using wooden tags as an embellishment surface is a fun way to create one-of-a-kind home decor for any season. Today, I’m going to show you how I created a set of DIY wooden tags for fall that were made to hang on the front door. You could also use this same idea to create fun signs for lots of spaces in your home. Let me show you how I made mine!
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The supplies you’ll need to recreate my wooden tags include:
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- Wooden Tags – The ones I used for this tutorial measured 18×7 inches each and were made from 1/4 inch birch.
- Mini Buffalo Plaid Chalk Couture Transfer
- Thankful Blessed Script Chalk Couture Transfer
- Terracotta Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Black Velvet Chalkology Paste
- Bright White Chalkology Paste
- Small Squeegee
- Paint Brush
Follow along as I embellish my tags for fall!!
Start by painting both of your tags with the color Terracotta by Dixie Belle Chalk Paint.
Your tags may or may not need two coats of paint. Once your tags have the coverage you are wanting, let dry.
Next, tape off the bottom portion of the tag. This is where we will be adding the buffalo plaid pattern detail.
Once your tape is in place, apply your Mini Buffalo Plaid Transfer from Chalk Couture.
Once your transfer is where you’d like it, add a layer of the Bright White Chalkology Paste inside the area where we just taped off.
Be sure to cover the entire area and remove your transfer. Repeat this process for your second tag.
Next, apply your Blessed and Thankful Transfers to your tags.
Add a layer of the Black Velvet Chalkology Paste over your transfer.
Remember to work quickly with your Chalkology Paste and to remove each transfer immediately after applying the paste.
To finish off my tags, I added some twine so that I could tie them together and use it for hanging. You can also add a bow to your finished product if you’d like!