Hello Pumpkin Printable Tags
These Hello Pumpkin Printable Tags are perfect for creating adorable autumn gifs and goodies. Whether printed and tied to a pumpkin or seasonal treat, they are sure to make somebody’s day.
Supplies Need for Hello Pumpkin Printable Tags
To create the tags to tie on pumpkins or gifts, you will only need four things.
Directions to Create Tags:
- Cut three pieces of the cord to be the same length (approximately 18 inches) then tie them to the stem of the pumpkin in a knot.
- Hole punch a tag.
- Feed the twine through the hole and tie a knot.
- Tie the knot into a bow.
- Trim the ends of your twine.
Matching Memo Pads!
If DIY is something that you don’t have time for this year, maybe you need these adorable autumn memo pads. I designed them to be a set of three different styles including the watercolor from the Hello Pumpkin tag
Ways to Use Free Printables
You might have seen this list from me before but I think it is worth sharing over and over. Sometimes the people in the back need to hear things a few times, right? There are so many great ways to use free printables. Here are some of my favorites.
- Print them and mail in an envelope with a stamp. Snail mail rocks.
- Batch some up to make an activity book. This is great for a road trip!
- Print and use at a place setting on the table to create a conversation starter.
- Add them to goody bags. By the way, goody bags are not just for birthday parties.
- Package them up with your favorite markers and crayons to give as a gift.
- Drop a few off at the local coffee shop with fun pencils to spread some happy.
- Cut them up to make cards, gift wrap and decorations.
BEST Tools For Working With Free Printables
These are my favorite tools and art supplies to use with free printables and why I love them too.
- Printer – This Laser Printer is inexpensive and works like a charm. It even works with Alexa. Bonus!
- Scissors – Lots of printables can be cut up to create decorations and cards and things like that.
- Markers and Crayons – All thing ooly work the best for me. I LOVE all of their markers, pencils and crayons.
- Colored Pencils – For adult coloring, PRISM makes the colored pencils that I love to use most.
- Twine – For creating banners and garlands from printables, I love this twine best.
- Adhesive – Lots of printables have pieces that get cut out and put together. This is my fave tape runner!
DIY STRING ART With HELLO Pumpkins
Another really fun idea to do for the autumn season using the trendy fall pallet with oranges and pinks is to create string art. We made this darling decoration using the same cord as we used in the tags.
- Materials Needed for DIY String Art
- Twine or Cord. The type you use depends on the look you want to create. I love the hemp cord because it works well and creates a beautiful finished look. If you want something more delicate, try a thinner twine.
- Nails. Small, regular nails from the hardware store work great. Just make sure they have a large enough head on them to keep the cord from slipping off the tops when stringing.
- A surface. Wood is my favorite option. You can use wood that is plain like a board, or you can use painted, wood and/or covered in felt or cloth.
- Pattern. The easiest way to make a pattern is to use thin paper. I recommend parchment paper.
- Craft Hammer.The smaller size comes in really handy for this project.
- Scissors. Smaller scissors are easier for getting in to the nailed areas to trim cord.
Directions for String Art
Draw a pattern on parchment paper.
Nail around the lines of the pattern attaching it to a board. Then pull out paper.
String cord around the nails and tie off ends.
It is so adorably festive. If you just came for the free printable tag, here it is!
MORE FREE FALL PRINTABLES
I really love this whole collection of printable activities for kids of all ages. You can grab it, download it and share it with all of your friends.
You might also love this autumn wreath using the hemp cord.
There are so many fabulous ways to use Hemptique’s hemp cord in projects. I LOVED this one from last month so much too.