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DIY Martha Stewart Pet Tags

Loving these cute Martha Stewart pet tags to add to your dog’s collar for a bit of fun! All you need is scissors, a hole punch and a magical little thing called Shrinky Dinks!

DIY Martha Stewart Pet Tags

MARTHA STEWART PET TAGS – TUTORIAL

1. Head on over to Martha Stewart to download the Pet ID tag template to your computer’s desktop. Open the file and type your pet’s name and your phone number.
2. Print tags on a Shrinky Dinks printable plastic sheet. Cut out with regular or decorative-edge scissors and punch a hole where indicated. Bake according to package instructions; let cool. Seal both sides with matte clear-coat spray before attaching to collar. NB. These tags are not to be used in place of microchips or registered ID tags.

For even more DIY goodies make sure you check out the full Martha Stewart Pets Site!

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4 responses to “DIY Martha Stewart Pet Tags”

  1. It’s so funny you posted about this – I emailed myself a link to this DIY Martha Stewart project several months ago and just looked at it again yesterday! I think I’m going to give it a whirl. We figured it’d be a good idea to have a bunch of tags on hand for our travels – even to attach to his travel bag, car, etc…

  2. Carly says:

    Those are so cute! I love DIY projects!

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