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Mini Chalkboard Wreath

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Here’s a cute Mini Chalkboard Wreath from Erin at Elizabeth Joan Designs. She’s here to share a neat little craft that you can put together to help you with your gift wrapping or decorating.

Chalkboard Wreath Gift Tag

Super cute, right? These were so easy whip up. Here’s what you need:


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Wood Tags Boxwood Garland


Step 1: Using a paint/craft brush, paint the wood tag with chalkboard paint and allow it to dry.  (I only did one coat and it dried in just a few minutes.)

Chalkboard Tag Greenery - paint with chalkboard paint

Step 2 – Cut one piece of the garland to the circumference of the tag and use the hot glue gun to attach it around the outside edge. I ended up adding two layers of the garland around my circle tag to make the wreath a little fuller.  Feel free to add as many layers as you see fit.

Wrap garland around Mini Chalkboard Wreath

Step 3 – Attach the baker’s twine/string to the mini chalkboard wreath.

Step 4 – Add a name, message, or drawing with a chalk pen/pencil.

Mini Chalkboard Wreath Ornament a great 5 minute craft that makes for a great Chrsitmas decor or a gift tag

I love how this little mini chalkboard wreath turned out! What do you think? These would make adorable gift tags to dress up your holiday presents. They could even work as a fun ornament.

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  1. I think these would make adorable tags as a package add-on and then an ornament. I’d add a date to the back and the “artist’s” initials. I never met a piece of bakery twine I didn’t love! Someone gave me a handful of tiny velvet bows that I have used on small wreathes. Jingle bells would be great, too–great to tell if kids are getting into presents!

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