Hi friends! Hope you are having a great week! We have a super cute and easy craft project for you today from design team member, Amanda Rydell. In this tutorial she’s teaching us how to make DIY luggage tags that will be sure to not only make your bags recognizable at the airport, but everyone will want to know how they can get one for themselves! They are so fun! Read on for the full project!
This summer has been full of traveling and road-trips. To help prevent any lost luggage during my travels I made a few cute and easy DIY luggage tags using Maggie Holmes BLOOM collection paper. So easy you could make one too!!!
At the top of one of the bloom collection 12×12 papers was a cute pink blank information form design that was perfect to use for a luggage tag. Using my scissors I cut the design out from out from the 12×12 paper.
Using my typewriter I typed in the information and filled in the form. If you don’t have a typewriter you can always use a black pen.
Once I had all my information typed on the form I flipped the paper over to create a front side. Using flowers and embellishments I layered them together and created an “if lost deliver to ” design.
Next, I pulled out my laminator and sealed my tag giving it extra protection and durability.
I love using these gold glittered circles for hole covers. Just place the stickers where you want your hole to be, use a hole punch and create your hole. Super easy and I love how it adds a little sparkle to the tag.
Once my gold glittered holes were punched I grabbed a ribbon to attach the DIY luggage tag to my suitcase. I always use bright colors making it easy to spot when at the airport baggage claim.
After traveling all summer my tag is still in tact and I love how it adds a little cuteness to my suitcase!
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