Happy Monday friends, and welcome to Travel Week! Our design team has come up with some fun travel-themed projects to inspire you, so if you’re traveling this summer (or plan to soon) sit back and get ready to add to your Pinterest board!
Hi there We R fans! Aly here today to share a recent project I made for our family reunion this summer. Every two years my extended family spends a week in some time-share condos we own. The cousins love to have sleep overs and share rooms together. It’s always so much fun, but sometimes hard to keep track of what belongs to everyone. So this year I made my girls some monogram luggage tags for their backpacks so they’re easier to keep track of.
These tags were easy to make using some of my favorite We R tools, plus they add a fun personal touch to my girls’ bags.
To make these easy shaker luggage tags I started by die cutting some tags from white cardstock with my Evolution Advanced.
Then I punched out some monograms using my Mini Alphabet Punch Board and the 3×5 Kraft with Foil Paper Pads.
Next I adhered the monograms to the blank tags and placed them between two plastic sheets. I used the thin metal tag die as a stencil for my Fuse tool, fusing together all but one side of the tag pocket.
I trimmed away the excess, added some DIY Party Confetti and sequins, and then fused the last side shut.
Finally, I punched a hole in the top of each tag with my Euro Hook Power Punch, and then machine stitched below that to seal off the confetti and sequins.
While I made mine for luggage, these shaker tags could be used for other things like personalized gift tags, cards, or scrapbook pages.