Cats are notorious for not wanting to wear their collars and name tags. If your feline friend is an indoor cat, then cat tags can be used in other areas of your home. You can use one or many tags to decorate places public and private. Use your pet's name or coloration as inspiration. Here are just a few decorative and useful ideas.
Tiny trees are great decorations for coffee tables, dining tables and fireplace mantels. If you want a theme for your tiny tree, consider your furry friends. You can use cat tags as ornaments on these trees and add your pet's favorite toys and treats. Don't add anything breakable or that could spill if you're going to let your furry friend play with the tree.
A little bit of glue and a cat tag can dress up a picture of you and your fur baby. One placed in the corner of a metal frame makes a nice point of interest, or you can cover the frame in multiple tags and decals. Such a picture frame looks good on an office desk, vanity or end table.
Photo tags are great magnets, and not just for pet photos. You can use any metal or glass print with a magnet and add it to your refrigerator. You can use these for display or practical purposes like hanging a calendar or grocery list.
Frame your mirror with fun pictures and name tags to give it some extra personality. On the vanity, you can also use these personalized tags to decorate your jewelry box or makeup kit.
Using custom cat tags in your decorating is a fun and unique way to proclaim your love of all things feline. You can use these tags in a variety of places in the home, such as your living room, bedroom or kitchen.