If you don't yet know about Sugru I will give you a little information here, otherwise move right along to the steps. So, Sugru is a really great new product made in London. It acts like sticky clay for a few minutes, then acts like clay for half hour or so, then it hardens and acts like rubber. In fact it is silicone rubber. The hardest thing about using it it to open the package and think what to do with it - once you do that though the ideas just keep coming. But don't open the package until you know what you want to do.
It bonds to itself, aluminium, steel, ceramics, glass, wood, leather and some plastics. Go to their website to find out how to buy it and for lots of great ideas on what to do with it at Sugru.
Step 1: Suppllies
I used metal stamping letters and numbers for the small tags to imprint into the Sugru the names and numbers. I thought by rubbing paint into the indentations that that would show up the information well. The paint turned the Sugru sort of grey though it did fill in the indentations nicely, I prefer the pencil poking method that I describe here. I show the tube of paint just in case you are thinking like I was.
Step 2: How Much Do You Need?
Step 3: Freezer Paper
Step 4: Poke a Hole
Step 5: Use Your Pencil
Step 6: Wait
Step 7: Done
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If you don't like the jingly sound your pet's tag(s) make, take a look at this 'ible on how to make quiet dog tags - also with Sugru!