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DIY~Beautiful & Sparkly Dollar Tree Christmas Card Tag Ornaments!

Hi Everyone! Be sure to check out my new YouTube tutorial on how to make these sparkly Dollar Tree Christmas card tag ornaments! These were simple, easy and VERY inexpensive to make! This is a relaxing craft that the kids can get involved in too! Just click on the following YouTube link to see my tutorial:

My FreeTag Pattern:

Click on the following link for the pattern~

*If for some reason you have issues accessing the pattern, please email me at

Materials Needed

*Dollar Tree Christmas Cards
*Kraft Tags (See my FREE pattern above!)
*Elmer's Glue Stick
*Charms and Jump Rings (About a 7mm or 8mm)
*Glue On Bails
*Rhinestone Bling
*Glitter (I used Heidiswapp Marquee Love)
*Fine Glitter (I used Recollections "Glitz.")
*Glitter Glue (Iridescent)
*Wire Ornament Hook
*Pearl Garland 

*Hot Glue
*Jewelry Making Tools to make bead charms

Where I Purchased Some Of My Supplies:

Acrylic Rhinestone Beads (red and blue beads with swirl designs)

Poinsettia Charms~ I listed two sellers you can purchase the charms from. (Just type in search bar “charms.”)

Rhinestone sheets

Large Glue On Bails (1x3/8 Inch)


Be sure to visit my friend, Craftie, at the following links!

Craftie's Bead Dangle Video:
**Craftie's YouTube Craft Videos**

**Craftie's Blog**

**Craftie's Facebook**


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