Hang tags are great to use on anything handmade. It can have a lot or a little information and can be what you need to
tell people that this is your original art. I like to sew them on the underside of my dolls clothes and will also use them on all
of my other creations like the Christmas balls that I make each year as gifts.
. Purchased at laser printableStart with
a sheet of
 Michaels. They come in a
package of 8.5" x 11" sheets.
Use a label making program to
Use a label making program to
print a full sheet. I like to use my
marking where they will be cut
apart.
After cutting with sissors, use a
hole punch to place one hole in
the upper corner. Lay out on a
piece of brown paper and place
in the toaster oven preheated to
325.
It only takes a few seconds
for them to melt down. When done
shrinking they will flatten out. Then
you can remove them from the oven.
When done they are about 1/3 of the original size
and will be stiff like hard plastic. Use a  jump ring
through  the hole  so that it will look nice hanging
from your  doll  or  other project.
A lot of my patterns use a shank button in the arms or a hinge at the leg.
Here is a way of creating both, in the size and quantity that you need for your project.
Not only does it turn out to be cheaper this way, but these will not break like a plastic button will.
Made using the materialcalled 'Shrinky Dinks' purchased at Michaels in a package of  8.5" x 11" sheets.

thousand and make just the right size for your project.