Popsicle Stick Beverage Tags

Here’s another variation of Ballard’s beverage tags from Susan at Between Naps on the Porch that requires no cutting. Nope, instead you just have to devote yourself to the arduous task of consuming fudge popsicles {giggle}. If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, check out these beverage tags that Susan made from upcycled fudge pop sticks. In addition to having a reason to eat ice cream, I love Susan’s idea to add a little decoration for the occasion. Too cute!

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Wood Drink Pitcher Labels

Morgan from Sweet and Salty Sugar Boys loves all things Southern Living, so it was no surprise that she was immediately smitten with their beverage tags sold through Ballard. Morgan made hers for free using paint stirrers. She suggests creating some of these tags as gifts personalized to the recipient. For example, labels with different […Read More]

Wood Beverage Tags

Susan from Homeroad loved some beverage tags she saw in the Ballard catalog and decided to make her own using shims. Susan cut, sanded, and stained her tags, and then wrote the wording by hand. If you love entertaining, these will definitely save your sanity from people asking what’s in each pitcher a gazillion times. […Read More]