4 Watercolour mini tags - flowers and balloons

Mini Watercolour Tags

A while ago, I decided to let my long-forgotten watercolours shine and spent an afternoon playing with them. I created a few simple bookmarks that day and was left with some scraps of watercolour paper which I didn’t want to go to waste. So, without a real plan, I made a few little tags. They’re really tiny – 3.5x5cm – but I think they’d look okay used as gift tags, perhaps?

A small tag with purple and pink tulips

A tag with watercolour balloons

A small paper tag with watercolour tulips

A small paper tag with pink and purple watercolour dandelions

4 Watercolour mini tags - flowers and balloons

I usually try to make crafts with a purpose in mind and always feel bad when I create something that will forever stay in my box of unused crafted items. At the same time, though, these tiny pointless mini projects are simply pure joy to work on. 10 minutes and an entire project is done! Any ideas for how to give purpose and second life to such simple, little creations? I’m all ears!

A watercolour gecko card on a windowsill next to a flower
Watercolour gecko card
Completed three watercolour bookmarks
Watercolour bookmarks
Simple DIY flower bookmarks - in a book
Simple DIY flower bookmarks

24 thoughts on “Mini Watercolour Tags

    1. Awh, thank you! I’d be so, so happy being able to sell my crafts. Sadly, being realistic, my crafts usually take a long time to make – I wouldn’t be able to make ends meet 😦

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  1. I love them! I agree they would make a nice gift tag. Or a backdrop to a dinner name card. They could put into a collage to make a nice picture. Many wonderful options. 🙂

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  2. That’s a good idea you had for the scraps of your watercolour paper for mine i often do this s= too and offcuts to use as decoupage bits for my art pieces that’s how the idea came about 😉

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