X. French Blue Gift Tags

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Embellish your gifts with our hand-marbled gift tags. 

We use 100% recycled cotton rag sourced from a vendor located in the United States. The beautiful "French Blue" paper features natural deckled edges and serves as the base for our gift tags. Then, we marble each tag individually in our California studio using paints that have been custom mixed. The stunning colors create lively patterns so each gift tag is a unique piece and two are ever alike. Tags are generously oversized allowing you to compose a thoughtful message on the back. 

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Each tag is hand made from 100% recycled cotton rag paper that is handmade in a beautiful French Blue with natural deckled edges. We individually hand marble in our studio. Each tag is generously oversized but will differ slightly in some form, therefore the size is approximate.  

  • Sold in sets of ___.
  • Size: Each tag is approximately 3.25' x 4.75", but may vary slightly given the handmade nature of the paper.
  • Each tag comes with approximately 6 inches of ___" double-faced satin ribbon. 
  • Handmade cotton rag paper with natural decked edges. 

 


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Keeping artisan traditions alive

modern design inspired by tradition


Each sheet is individually made by hand and eco friendly. The handmade paper is made from 100% recycled cotton rag, is acid free, chlorine free, and bleach free. Each sheet of handmade paper is unique and will differ slightly in some form, therefore the size is approximate.

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Each sheet is individually made by hand and eco friendly. The handmade paper is made from 100% recycled cotton rag, is acid free, chlorine free, and bleach free. Each sheet of handmade paper is unique and will differ slightly in some form, therefore the size is approximate.

Marbling is the ancient technique of making prints on paper or fabric using floating pigments. The pigments, water-based acrylic in this case, are dropped onto the surface of water thickened with carrageenan moss. The colors are manipulated into patterns, and paper or fabric is draped across the water's surface. It picks up the pigments in their lively patterns, looking as if they are still dancing on water.

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