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The PSA stamps make clear impressions in the cinnamon dough. Use the juice glass to cut out the circles and transfer them to a baking sheet. Use a straw to create a hole near the top of the tag. Bake them at 200 degrees for 2 hours, flipping the tags halfway through.
Squeeze a tiny amount of metallic gold craft paint onto your finger, and burnish the surface of the tag with your finger. The paint will highlight the impression made by the stamps.
Take a nail file or piece of sandpaper, and smooth down any rough edges left on the tags.
Cut a length of Twinery twine and loop it through the hole on each tag. These tags are a lovely way to decorate gifts, invitations, or favors.
Attach monogram stamped tags to small pumpkins and they would make pretty and inexpensive favors at an autumn wedding. Each place setting would have that lovely cinnamon scent welcoming the guests!
Here I added a tag to a bundle of Salted Caramel Brown Butter Snickerdoodles wrapped up with baker’s twine. The scent of the cinnamon clay hints at the tastiness of the cookies themselves.
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