the tag, mark dots of the placement of the letters with the pencil. Use
the paper awl or a T-Pin to pierce the cardstock and make holes for the
wire to go through at the start and ending of the letters.
the wire into 9” lengths. Secure the beginning ends of the wire on the
back of the tag. Pull wire through from the back to start forming the
letters. Twist & curl the ends of the wire to make them more
decorative. Cut off excess wire. Set aside.
the 12” of colored wires into 6” pieces. Take one of the 6”
lengths and string some E-beads on. Carefully wrap the wire around the
wreath, making sure the beads are showing. Add more beads as you go
until you reach the last 1” of the wire. Wrap & curl the end of
the wire securely onto the wreath. Repeat with the other colors of wire.
Wrap and curl some of the wires onto the wreath without any beads on.
Use the last 2 wires to secure the wreath to the tag. Pierce a set of
holes into the tag and twist the wire around the wreath and onto the
a small bow with the ¼” ribbon and glue to the wreath. Use
double-stick tape to attach the decorated tag onto the colored
cardstock. Center the tag onto the cardstock. Trim the edges of the
cardstock with a decorative paper edger. Use the ¼” hole punch to
make a hole in the cardstock by the tag’s hole. Slip knot the fibers
into the holes.
option is to attach a pin back behind the wreath and pinning to the tag.