Make sure you're at least level one. Your experience level, which is the green number near the bottom of your screen, must be at least one in order for you to craft a custom name tag.
Place your anvil on the ground. It will make a loud "clank" noise when you do so.
Equip your name tag. To do so, open your inventory and move the tag to your character's hotbar, then select it. The tag will appear in your character's hand.
Select the anvil. This will open the anvil's crafting window with your name tag in place.
Select the name tag. Doing so will place it in your inventory.
Locate an animal or a monster. You'll want to take care whilst naming a hostile mob (e.g., a zombie), but naming animals like sheep or cows is a harmless task.
With the holidays quickly approaching, I’m sure you can think of a million and one ways to put these wire names to good use. Personalized craft ornaments? Check. Special gift tags? Check. Holiday dinner place settings? Check and check. The options are endless!
1. Write or print out in lowercase cursive the name you’ll be making into craft ornaments. Cut a piece of wire long enough to “write” out name. I used an 18″ piece of wire for Jack’s name. Better to cut too long a piece than too short!
2. Begin by making a loop at the beginning of the name with the wire and then follow the lines to make each letter. Use your pliers to pinch tight corners and hold completed letters in place with tape.
3. Finish off name with a sweet little heart!
3a. Names with “T” or “X”: You’ll need to add a small piece of wire to complete your letter. Wrap a small piece of wire around the existing wire and secure with a drop of glue.
4. Tie a basic knot at the top of the name, closest to the loop and secure with a drop of glue.
5. Continue wrapping the yarn or twine tightly around each letter until the entire name is filled. As you can see in the picture, you’re going to have to unbend some of the tight corners to get the yarn/twine in there. Use the glue to help the yarn/twine stay in place in these tight corners. Just watch out you don’t glue your fingertips!
5a. Names with “T” or “X”: When you get to a letter that has a separate section like “t” or “x,” wrap all the way up to the section and then pull the yarn/twine to the end and wrap downward toward the center. Repeat for the bottom half of the line. Ok, that sounds crazy confusing…just follow what’s in the picture!
6. Finish off with a basic knot tied close to the base of the heart. Add a drop of glue to make sure the yarn/twine is secure and your new personalize craft ornaments are done! Now the fun part begins.
What are you going to use your personalized wire craft ornaments for?!
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Help yourself to these cute Christmas gift tags DIY ideas that will serve as the cherry on top of your fab presents!
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Cute and easy as 1-2-3! Just stick the colorful tapes on a sheet of paper and you have a cute washi tape gift tag in a snap! I just spotted a colorful range of Japanese washi tape on Amazon!
Love eating cereal? You’ll also love the idea of using old cereal boxes and turning them into adorable gift tags! (In Spanish, but with images, so don’t worry.)
Gather some soda can tabs and turn them into Santa’s belt! I think these DIY Santa gift tags will look adorable on any Christmas gift package!
These adorable felt holly sprigs gift tags simply add holiday fun to any gift! Some felt, buttons, and paper make this pretty straightforward DIY gift tag idea.
These Christmas stockings gift tags are so pretty with their red and green hues. It looks playful and Christmas-y at the same time.
These printable pop-up holiday gift tags look so simple and artistic at the same time. The best part of these gift tags is you can change up the colors to match your gift wrap.
Here’s another way to use washi tapes for fun gift tags bursting with color! These colorful washi tape gift tags make a good excuse to grab some washi tape!
You probably have everything you need in your scrapbooking stash to make this super easy DIY paper ornament gift tag. Let your creative juices flow and the expect compliments on your thoughtfulness and artistry.
These snowman fingerprint gift tags could be whipped up pretty quickly. Such cute little tags can match any rustic gift wrapping.
Is it just me, or are these tags making you just crave for ice cream this instant? I love the playful pastel colors and how fancy these ice cream gift tags look.
Adorn your gifts with festive gift tags in this sparkly glitter-dipped brown paper. These adorable gift tags are perfect for the chilly holiday season.
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Add Christmas cheer with these snowman gift tags. They are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face!
Use any colors you want for the tag, but make sure you have white for the snowman.
These truly unique DIY gift tags can also be used as ornaments (plus, they’re sweet-smelling, too!) Jazz up your Christmas gifts this year with these cinnamon dough gift tags!
Play around with these DIY gift tags in neon colors that really pop! What a perfect way to transform simple supplies into something remarkable using just a few materials.
These paper twine gift tags are very simple to make and really cute! It’s worth the effort to bring a smile on everyone’s face.
Add some shimmer and sparkle to your gifts with these cute and easy-to-make metallic embossed gift tags. It surely adds a touch of classy luxury to your Christmas presents.
These coffee or latte container Christmas gift tags DIY will be awesome on the gifts for the coffee lovers in your life. You’ll love the look on their faces when they receive their presents.
While these candy cane tags were originally intended as Christmas party place cards, these could also be adorable on your gifts, too. You might even feel like keeping some of these sweet hanging gift tags for yourself while you’re at it.
Dress up plain wrapping paper with these darling watercolor gift tags for your holiday gifts. These definitely make the perfect finishing touch on your Christmas gift labels.
Finish off your special gift with these simple yet sweet gift tags. Great for all occasions!
Whatever goodies you make, these beautiful Made With Love gift tags make the perfect finishing touch for your heart-warming presents.
Make your gifts extra special with these salt dough gift tags. Not only are these tags fun to make, but they make great ornaments too!
These 3D reindeer gift tags are super easy to make! You only need googly eyes and pompoms to get it done.
If you have crafting leftovers from your Halloween crafts, that will do the trick.
Craving for more personalized Christmas gift tags? Watch this video from GiftBasketAppeal making gift tags using scraps:
There you have it. Your choice of 22 awesome DIY Christmas gift tags. If there’s one thing I always find that I need more during the holiday season, it’s gift tags.
Make your Christmas gifts even more special with these super cute gift tag ideas. You can create any of them in under ten minutes. I can’t wait for you to get started!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 6, 2016, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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by Ryan Irelan
Twig doesn’t refer to a key, value array as an array. It calls it a hash.
A hash is one of several types of literals available in Twig. It has a key and a value. The pairs are separated by a comma and enclosed in curly braces.
Here’s a hash with some information about a page:
Let’s assign this hash to a Twig variable using the tag.
To get the values out of the hash and output them to the template, we use the following syntax:
To get the title from the hash we assigned to the variable, we use:
This would output:
This example has the key as a name but the key could be a string, integer, or expression.
Hashes can also be nested. Here’s a good example from the Craft sample site Happy Lager (provided by Pixel & Tonic for everyone to use and explore):
We’re setting the variable to a nested hash. To access an individual value, we use the dot syntax again:
To iterate over the hashes in the variable, we use a -loop (while adding in a little markup):
To add in the hash key as the slug for the URL, we use the -loop again and the pattern to access both the keys and the values.
We iterate over it like this (look at the Happy Lager base layout template for an example of this):
I’ll dig through more of the Happy Lager site again soon and highlight more examples of how Twig works.
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Explore this Article Acquiring a Name Tag Creating a Custom Tag Questions & Answers Related To craft an anvil, you will need the following.
Minecraft 1.6.1 (2013)
Name Tags are items that are used to name mobs by right clicking on the object or mob. Name tags are not craftable, so the only way to legitimately obtain them in Survival is to find them inside of dungeonchests, strongholds, through trading, or by fishing. The new names will display over the head of the object or mob when the cursor is pointed at it which appears just as a player's name would.
Name tags must first be renamed with the use of an anvil before being applied to a mob (which, as of 1.8, costs 1 experience level, and on console editions, it costs 5). To use a name tag, simply hold the item in a player's hand and right click on the mob to name it. Once done, the new name will display.
In the console versions of Minecraft (e.g. 360, One and PS), to name a mob, hostile or docile, rename it with the name tag, then left trigger the mob. The name will then appear above the chosen mob(s). A reason name tags are not preferable is that a player cannot remove the name tag without killing the mob or replacing the name tag with another one. A mob cannot have multiple name tags applied.
Naming mobs is usually the desire behind obtaining name tags. They are useful because name tags will prevent the named mob from de-spawning, such as when a player moves too far away. This makes it a great tool for hostile mobs, which disappear often, or for just naming neutral mobs and passive mobs, such as horses, in order to save them for a player to use no matter how far away they are or how long ago they have been "rendered."
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