DIY: Rustic Drink Name Tags

October 15, 2014

Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls
Are you ready?
But actually, are you ready? Do you have a coffee/PSL/chai tea in hand right now? Because this week is gonna be a par-tay on DC Girl! I played hostess last Sunday for a fall get-together and I’ll be sharing my decor DIYs, cocktails and recipes this week on the blog. As easy as it would be to pretend to be the perfect hostess from behind my computer screen, I’m going to be upfront with you. I was behind schedule and when my guests arrived, I was sans makeup and my hair was only halfway dry. Emily Post would have run screaming from my building. Super attractive. Totally together.
But I’ll get to that part soon enough.
I was digging around Target’s $1 bins on a Friday because you know, I live on the wild side and I can’t be tamed because I’m like Miley. I found these glass milk bottles (2 for $3) and immediately grabbed them because they 1.) were too perfect for a autumn shindig and 2.) scored a perfect 10 on the Pinterest scale. Winner winner chicken dinner. Add some twine and an old-timey tag and we’re in business for a rustic drink name tag DIY.
Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls

Supplies

Twine
Milk Bottles
Scissors

Directions

Write your guests’ names on the hang tags, allow about 5 minutes to ensure thorough drying.
Cut the twine to about an arm’s length. For these hang tags, only one line of twine could fit but if the holes of the tags are bigger, you might want to double or triple up. Think of how impressive your bow will be!
String the hang tag through the twine.
Wrap the excess twine around the bottle and tie into a bow.

Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls

Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls

Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls
Rustic Drink Name Tag DIY - DC Girl in Pearls

Written by Lauren Anne of DC Girl in Peals

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