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Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a dog tag addict.
My dogs have tons of tags. I have the first blue bone tag of Felix’s that I bought the very first day we had me. I kept the Spiderman tag that we bought with Kolchak’s name on it – months before we even decided what kind of dog he would be. I saved the Flyer’s hockey tags that were a gift from our Secret Paw, Leo a few years ago. I have hand crafted tags, laser printed tags and engraved tags. Tags that hang and tags that lay flat to the collar. I have so many dog tags that I had to order a special box to keep them all in.
I always want MORE TAGS.
I’ve always loved the look of hand crafted metal tags and over the years, we have featured some really beautiful tags from an array of Etsy shops, but metal tags are never something I felt confident tackling as a DIY project. Metal is sharp, yo! I will cut myself, I know it.
I’m absolutely loving the faux metal look of these tags. (Well, the post keeps calling them “pendants” like they’re for humans or something. HA!) Polymer clay is SO easy to work with and the end result looks gorgeous. I absolutely want to give this a try.