Each year it becomes harder to find the perfect holiday gifts for everyone on your list. One way to ensure your gift is unique is to make it yourself! I plan to create a lot of gifts by hand this year. There’s something so special about putting time and effort into making something for your loved ones. I know they will treasure it because of the care I put into making it just for them.
There are so many things you could make for the dog lovers on your list, I have too many ideas to share right here (some things need to stay a secret until December 25th!). But one awesome handmade gift I’m planning on making are these DIY Dog Tags.
Sure, you can go out an buy these at most pet supply stores, but if you make them yourself they have an endearing handmade quality. I also love that once you buy the supplies you can make as many as you’d like! The blank metal tags are very affordable so you could make a tag for every collar. Switching tags between collars is a sure fire way to ruin your manicure, so it’s better to just make tags for each one! Keep reading to see the video tutorial, get your own printable instructions and at the very end of this post, find the shopping list to make these DIY Metal Stamped Dog Tags yourself!
In this video I walk you through all the steps to make your own DIY Metal Stamped Dog Tags for holiday gifts this year. If you’re ready to make these yourself, you can get my tutorial and shopping list. The Amazon shopping list is at the bottom of this post (it does contain affiliate links), and to get the printable tutorial just enter your email address right below the video.
To make it even easier for you to make this craft for all your favorite dogs, I went ahead and put together an Amazon shopping list with all the supplies you need. One of the hardest parts of making anything is having all the supplies! When the DIY mood strikes, you need to be ready. So, just click over and add these goodies to your cart. I made sure they are all available on Amazon Prime to make it even more convenient!
All photos in this post are by the wonderful Sarah Collins Photography. Video is produced by Wear Wag Repeat. For the sake of full disclosure, the shopping list contains affiliate links.