Personalized Luggage Tags

Don't let your luggage go missing. Use scrapbook supplies to create oh-so-cute personalized tags.

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    Embellish Chipboard

    Design by Sande Krieger

    Sande combined chipboard accents and patterned paper for this piece of luggage. Not traveling anytime soon? Luggage tags also make a great gift at a going away party or a fun favor for a group trip.

     

    SOURCES: Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket (green grid), Scenic Route Paper Co. (white grid, blue grid). Die cuts, chipboard accents: Cosmo Cricket. Stickers: American Crafts. Eyelet: Making Memories. Chain: Dollar Store.

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    Fill a Frame

    Design by Sande Krieger

    Print or write your address on a journaling tag and pair it with patterned paper to fill in a chipboard frame. The result is a classy luggage tag that will make your bag instantly recognizable.

     

    SOURCES: Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket. Chipboard accents: Love, Elsie. Rub-ons: Scenic Route Paper Co. Eyelet, jump ring: Making Memories. Ribbon: KI Memories. Clip: Dollar Store.

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    Design by Sande Krieger

    The windows of a chipboard van backed with paper make a great spot to include personal info. This crafty luggage tag stands out, combining practical information with a sense of fun.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Provo Craft. Die cut, chipboard accent: Cosmo Cricket. Ink: StazOn by Tsukineko. Rub-ons: Scenic Route Paper Co.

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    Cover with Stickers

    Design by Sande Krieger

    A sticker-covered chipboard letter makes an easily identifiable luggage tag. Consider making the collage with leftovers from last year's vacation album.

     

    SOURCES: Die cut: Cosmo Cricket. Stickers: 7Gypsies (brown), Scenic Route Paper Co. (all other). Chipboard letter: Zsiage. Eyelet: Making Memories. Chain: Dollar Store.

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    Layer Letters

    Design by Sande Krieger

    Sande's tag proudly claims the bag as hers, using only patterned paper and a few embellishments to do so. This tag can be used for more than just labeling luggage. Have your son or daughter help you make the tag, and then add it to their backpack for a piece of practical flair.

     

    SOURCES: Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye. Die cuts, chipboard letters: Cosmo Cricket. Label: Scenic Route Paper Co. Rub-ons: Luxe.

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    Doodle a Design

    Design by Sande Krieger

    A chipboard house and circle come together for a simple, yet eye-catching, luggage tag. Doodle around the design to make it more personal, and add your contact info on the back.

     

    SOURCES: Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. (white lined), Little Yellow Bicycle (orange). Chipboard accents: Technique Tuesday (circle), Maya Road (house). Rub-ons: Scenic Route Paper Co. Rubber accent, ribbon: KI Memories. Eyelet: Making Memories.

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