I just posted my tags... well, they are my information cards... I will post one here as well... I write the info about he bear on the back (material bear made of, nose, eyes, fill, etc. and name of bear and date created)... I also do tiny little shrinky dink tags that say Kim-Bee Bears, the name of the bear and year
I should probably add... the picture tags are about the size of a business card and the shrinky dink tags are about an inch by half an inch
Are you talking HTML Tags?
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Research different hosts and find out what they offer. Get the biggest bang for your buck.
You might need a teenager to help you.
I use my several of my avatars as tags. I buy business card paper from Office Max and most photo printing programs will have the codes for all different types of paper including business cards.
I also have America Greeting Cards program where I was able to print up tags. I print on both sides.
Then I use a heat laminator to seal the tag and make it a nice little keepsake to go with the bear. I use a small hole puncher to make a hole for gold or silver elastic to attach the tag to the bear. I like the overall look.
Shelli created the three aboce avatars for me. Penny did the current one in the jungle. I did one myself in American Greetings but can't seem to get it to come up so I can share it. It is not as nice as Shelli's and Pennys....one day.....
That's what my hangtags look like---and I have a big tag paper punch that I use to cut 'em out [which accounts for the white space at the top of the tag]:
Then I make a hole at the top, loop some yarn/ribbon through it and tie a bow and hey PRESTO! A nice tag.
Oh, forgot to mention I sign and laminate it too.
I do my tags (I don't do tush tags) for my bears out of shrinky dinks. I use a tag punch like Amelia does. For my hang tags, I do photos of the bears on the front and info on the back and then laminate.
The bigger tag in the pic is before "baking" and the two little ones are after "baking"
Kim, have you considered getting a rubber stamp printed up and imprinted the shrinky-dink while it's hot?
Here's a link to the technique I'm typing about:
..and here're some photos of various shrink plastic jewelry---should show you the wide range of options, etc., that can be made with the shrink plastic:
I think I'm gonna try your little marking tags on my little guys!! It's a very neat idea!
WOW! I never knew you could do that to shrinky dinks! Thank you for the links...I think I am going to try some of that!
I can't take credit for the Shrinky dink tags, that idea came from our Laura Lynn She does little hearts with LL on them... (if I am remembering correctly and she uses clear, I think)....