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    Carve out a cute greeting using a linoleum block or an old eraser. Stamp it onto your gift tags for a personal touch.

    Turn a regular piece of black construction paper into a cute chalkboard gift tag that will make your present stand out from the crowd.

    Give your tags an ombre effect by letting them soak in dye overnight. It's almost like crafting in your sleep.

    Fake a cool woodgrain pattern on your gift tags by carving into a rubber block and stamping onto the tag.

    Geometric stencils are perfect for drawing colorful spirograph designs on paper cutouts to use as gift tags.

    All you need to make these fruit-themed tags is colored paper and scissors.

    To customize your sofa with some DIY flair, use a staple gun to affix the end of a ribbon to the back of the couch. Line length of ribbon with Glue Dots, and wrap around furniture, securing other end to back of sofa with staple gun.

    No sewing required to make this cafe curtain! Use a seam ripper to remove the stitching from a grain sack. Unfold and trim to fit the measurements of window.

    To make custom frame pockets that are perfect for storing small items like letters and keys, all you need is fabric and cardboard. Hang them in your entryway!

    To create a permanent "table runner," on your dining room table tape off four evenly spaced lines down a table's center and apply paint.

    Adding grain sack inspired lines to your front door is an easy way to up your curb appeal. Choose bright red to really make a statement at your entrance.

    Dress up your cutting board by adding grain sack inspired lines using painter's tape. Preparing dinner is about to get more fun in your crafty kitchen!

    Adhere thin ribbon strips with fabric glue to add some DIY flair to your cozy slippers.

    Create grain sack-inspired throw pillows with fun stripes to dress up your living room.

    Line a ribbon with Glue Dots and, starting at the shade's seam, wrap tautly around lamp shade for this grain sack-inspired craft.

    To make an upholstered grain sack-inspired sack, sew fabric together along the long edges, creating a tube. Stuff with bean bag filler and hand-stitch the opening closed.

    Stitch twill tape loops to an intact grain sack to upgrade your laundry bags. To replicate the "L" (for lights) and "D" (for darks) shown here, download our template.