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make this no-sew luggage tag in less time than it takes to pack!
all that this project requires is cutting and gluing, could that be easier? don’t think so!

i was a little afraid of doing a no sew attempt, and i had no idea if the super glue was going to be sturdy enough for the leather. but it’s been months now and it holds up just fine.

Posted by molly m. from Los Angeles, California, United States • Published See molly m.'s 7 projects »
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  • How to make a luggage tag. Diy Leather Luggage Tag - Step 1
    Step 1

    gather your supplies and find your favorite part of the leather that you want to use.

  • How to make a luggage tag. Diy Leather Luggage Tag - Step 2
    Step 2

    cut two pieces to your desired size, with about a half an inch extra length wise

  • Step 3

    line them up on top of each other and trim to finesse. mine definitely weren’t perfect, but similar is good (you can do it a little at the end too)

  • Step 4

    cut the top of one of your pieces to make a trapezoidal eyelet

  • Step 5

    one of your pieces, carefully cut three sides for the opening that folds up for the card

  • Step 6

    cut a matching rectangle within your eyelet

  • Step 7

    cut a long thin strap that fits within in the hole and make sure you have a fairly large loop when you bring the ends together

  • How to make a luggage tag. Diy Leather Luggage Tag - Step 8
    Step 8

    cut a piece of vellum or anything that’s transparent to fit in your cut out

  • Step 9

    carefully superglue the edges to your front piece, being very cautious of not getting glue on the flap

  • Step 10

    once it’s dry, make sure the flap still folds up but the vellum feels secure

  • Step 11

    glue the back piece to the front piece, going from one side down, LEAVING THE TOP SIDE AND EYELET unglued

  • Step 12

    once dry, cut a piece of paper with your contact info and slide through the top side

  • Step 13

    glue the ends of the looped strap together, once dry, you can tie around your bag by looping it through

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