Doggie Name Tag

Mar 11, 2014

Doggie Name Tag

After car­ing for our grand dog Lola last week, I decid­ed she need­ed a girly name tag and col­lar. She gets called a HE way too many times. The hard­est part of the entire cre­ative process was ham­mer­ing out the dime I used for the name tag. If you want to make one for your dog here is a quick tuto­r­i­al. If you  missed my “Stamped Pen­ny Charm” tuto­r­i­al you might want to check this tuto­r­i­al out as well. It’s a fun one.

Sup­plies & Tools Need­ed: Impres­sArt Bench Block ~ Brass Ham­mer ~ 2 Hole Screw Down Punch ~ Met­al Let­ter Stamps ~ Stamp Straight Tape ~ Half Round Pli­ers, Dime, Jump Ring, Maya Road Pearl Bead Chain, Maya Road Iri­des­cent Rhine­stone Trim

Instruc­tions:

  • Place dime on bench block and ham­mer until flat­tened.
  • Met­al Stamp your dogs name onto your disk. Impres­sArt has some great stamp­ing tuto­ri­als that can be found HERE.
  • I left the let­ter­ing as is but you can apply black paint on top of the met­al stamped let­ters to make them more promi­nent. If you do this make sure to get the paint down into each stamped let­ter then wipe off excess with a dry paper tow­el.
  • Using a 2 Hole Screw Down Punch, punch a hole into the top of your disk.
  • Attach a jump ring onto the disk.
  • Using E6000 attach one rhine­stone from some Maya Road iri­des­cent rhine­stone trim just below the dogs name.

If you don’t want to flat­ten a dime you can use any of the Blank Met­al Disks by Impres­sArt to cre­ate your met­al stamped charm.

Lola

I think Lola is going to look so cute wear­ing her new name tag and a bit more girly.

Lisa

 

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