Antiqued Scallop Edge Coffee Stained Blank Gift Tags Embellishments Stamps Crafting 12pc Aged Vintage Shabby Chic Papercrafts Stampbooking


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Antiqued Scallop Edge Coffee Stained Blank Gift Tags Embellishments Stamps Crafting 12pc Aged Vintage Shabby Chic Papercrafts Stampbooking
Antiqued Scallop Edge Coffee Stained Blank Gift Tags Embellishments Stamps Crafting 12pc Aged Vintage Shabby Chic Papercrafts Stampbooking

Love making tags, or want to simply try it out? These blank coffee stained tags are lovely starters. Use these for beautiful vintage style images, hand stamps, or simply write a personal message.
The tags have rustic, vintage appeal. Save time with these hand stained tags. Add your own personal touches to them without the added mess or wait to antique your own. They come complete with string. The listing is for a set of 12, but larger orders can be accommodated with a simple convo. Please take advantage of our combined shipping rates, prices start at $.50.
The tags measure 2 3/4" x 1 11/16".

These were featured on SallyLeebySea's NauticalCottageBlog.com as creative guest tags/ place settings at a brunch. They were originally on my other shop- BeachBumVintage (used to be BeachBumBeauties)

Please note: LovingCoastalLiving is a small, home based business with a big collection & passion for coastal living! We love what we do & enjoy sharing our handcrafted creations & decor, as well as our extensive shell & sea life collection, vintage estate treasures, & more 'good stuff' with others. Our regularly stocked items generally take 3-5 days to process & our handcrafted items can take up to 1-2 weeks to be completed. A little piece of our soul goes into every order packaged, and we hope you find joy & beauty in every item you purchase. Thank you for shopping with us & allowing us to share our passion with you!
The 'good stuff' reference is dedicated to our owner's, Lynnette Stirling's, late grandfather, Papa Tractor. 'Good Stuff' was his name pick for her first shop. He always said no matter what she did, as long as it had 'good stuff' she'd never have to change the name of the business.

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