Gift Bag Tags DIY
I used the onesie cookie cutter as a stencil. I traced 24 of these to use as gift tags
Cut out the onesie gift tag patterns. Place the neck of the onesie in the Thank you punch and firmly punch.
I purchased this Martha Stewart Thank you punch at my local Michael’s
Tie on the thank you cards with coordinating ribbon. Print the guests names if you like. I only added names on a couple of tags for the children who were attending the shower.
Bow tie Onesie Flag Bunting
I found a free template online for the onesie shape I preferred.
Print out the pattern onto plain paper, (I enlarged mine approximately 125% on my HP printer as I wanted to get four onesies to a sheet of scrapbook cardstock) Copy onto to cardstock, cut out onesie pattern seen above in white. Trace onto cardstock in coordinating colors.
Stack in piles and then lay out in a pattern. I chose to draw on bow ties but you could certainly stamp on if you had a bow tie stamp, or cut out mini bow ties and attach with glue.
I used a hole punch to make the hole for the ribbon to tie each onesie together. I used plain white ribbon cut in 12 inch lengths and tie a double knot on each end. I made three of these, one for the refreshment table, one for the door of the hostess’s home, and one for the guest book sign in table. This table also included a thank you card envelope for each guest to write their address on to save the Mommy-to-be sometime on writing her Thank you cards. Another great Idea from our lovely hostess.