This is another quick (under 30 minutes) DIY project for less than $5…
I’ve been in need (or wanting I supposed) some beverage tags to use for labeling drinks when we entertain. I was so excited to find these burlap tags pictured below at Michaels for $.49 a piece. I already had some thick twine on hand and a sharpie and all that’s all I needed for these guys.
Burlap Tags from Michaels, $.49/pc
Twine, Ribbon, or String of your choosing, cost varies, but regardless you can find for less than $3
A Sharpie, on hand (Note: I tried an off-brand permanent marker initially but the ink bled on the burlap, so Sharpie is recommended)
This one is pretty self-explantory but here is how I made my tags… First the original looped twine that came on these, though practical for packaging, wouldn’t allow me to wrap the tags around a pitcher or other large drinkware. I removed these first with the intention of replacing with longer twine.
Using the fine tip side of the sharpie I wrote my drinks of choice on my tags before going over the fine tip with the thicker ink to minimize any mistakes. I chose to write “sangria”, “lemonade”, “drink me”, and “juice” on my tags. Other options might include “over 21”, “sweetened”, “unsweetened”, etc.