DIY Price Tag Ideas for Professional Craft Businesses

diy price tag ideas for a professional craft business

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DIY Price Tag Ideas for Professional Craft Businesses – what an important way to upgrade your brand that you can do right now!

Price tags are one of those items that are a total afterthought to makers and yet wildly important as a consumer. When you are purchasing an item in person, whether at a pop up market or at a boutique, you are going to look at the price tag always & every single time.

It is there that for a second you have a captive audience, so making a price tag that is professional, interesting, and conveys the information (price) easily is immensely important. Here are some of our favorite DIY Price Tag Ideas.

Hand Painted Washed Out DIY Price Tags


These watercolor gift tags are subtle and stunning. They look like mountains and ocean waves and are perfect with mismatched string. I could see these with some lovely ceramics by The Linen Garden.

DIY Leather Tags


From Almost Makes Perfect blog, these simple and stylish leather tags are so perfect for higher end clothing and jewelry. They are originally created as luggage tags but could be used for so much more.

Craft Paper Price Tags

Who knew that stamps, craft paper, and twine could be so stylish? These diy price tags look easy to make and are totally gorgeous.

Minimal Black & White Price Tags


How fabulous are these price tags created by Saco for Novus? They aren’t exactly diy – they are clearly professionally printed – but who’s to say that having some printed is out of reach? It’s just an extra step and look at the gorgeous results!

Shrinkable Plastic Price Tags


This is so fun and clever! Make your tags out of shrinky dink! Worthy Goods will show you how in this quick tutorial. I love that they are subtle and minimalist. This will give your customers all the info they need while remaining subtle and unobtrusive.

Pretty Vintage Paper Gift Tags

Benign Objects is out of business, but you can still check out their past sales on Etsy.comΒ and get great inspiration. The gift tags, or price tags above, are made from vintage paper of dreamy and faraway scenery.

Sweet Fabric Gift Tags


Dixieland Country created this fabulous fabric gift tag that would be so perfect with baked goods or food products. It has a touch of rustic charm and really dresses up the paper packaging.

Rainbow Watercolor Gift Tags


Need a bit if pop art in your diy gift tags? Then how about these! They are bright, whimsical, and full of joy. Use this as inspiration (don’t forget you can diy a set of price tags and then photocopy them) or you can buy these gift tags from Lovely Sweet William (their Etsy Shop is set to reopen soon).

Watercolor Gift Tags


I’m starting to see a theme – craft paper and watercolor! These gift tags are all about the shape of the cut – with that stylish flag shape and color. These are dreamy and require minimal supplies. If this style of price tag fits your brand, making these is an absolute must!

Rainbow Tassel Tags


These gorgeous paper tassel tags are handcrafted by Parcel a company that makes paper goods and party supplies. You can order a set from them or use it for some upscale inspiration for goods that need an extra pop of party on each tag.

Ribbon Paper Price Tags


These price tags are created for a brand named Ribbon and inspired by the look of friendship bracelets. They are clean and made from a sturdy & high quality paper. I think this price tag gets at the heart of what gives a professional aesthetic – high quality materials.

Do you want some more fun ideas about how to give your craft business an upgraded look? Try our post below.


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2 thoughts on “DIY Price Tag Ideas for Professional Craft Businesses

  1. Claire says:

    Your tags are fabulous! I’m interested in how you attach them to things. Quilted items? Chalk painted candle holders? Pillows? Thank you!

    • Brittany Bly says:

      Hi Claire! Thanks so much for asking. That’s a great question. I will create a blog post that addresses this within the next 2 weeks and link it here. Talk to you soon and have a great day!

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