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I have seen luggage tags all over this forum so thanks for all the inspiration, ladies! I made my luggage tags by creating a design and uploading it to a business card on Vistaprint. 

 

I bought cheap ID Badge Holders from Speacialst ID for only .28 cents/badge http://www.specialistid.com/Standard_ID_Badge_Holder_Vertical_Vinyl_p/1820-1050.htm

 

I used ribbon that I bought at Micahel's on sale for 1.00 to use as the "handle" to attach to your bag.

 

Here is my design:

Back:

 

700

Front:

700

 

Once my "business cards" arrived, I put the luggage tags together and voila!:

 

700

 

700

 

 

I plan to send these out to my guests a month or so before the wedding to get them excited and of course, for them to use on their luggage! I also plan to send a CD of fun music to get them pumped up and a letter or brochure with important travel info. 

 

Happy Planning, ladies! I'd love to see your projects. :)

Let me know if you have any questions!

-Megan

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They look great! Good job. I can't wait to start all of my DIY stuff too!! Thanks for sharing.
 

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Originally Posted by DiggityDawn View Post

 

They look great! Good job. I can't wait to start all of my DIY stuff too!! Thanks for sharing.

 

My pleasure! Thank you :)

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Thank you girls. Since I had my own design they were not free BUT they were literally almost free... I bought a Groupon for vistaprint (I can't remember the exact numbers but it was really cheap and worth a lot... Something like $12 for $24 worth) then I was able to combine that with an online coupon code for 50% off. In the end I ordered 2 sets of business cards (one set was my luggage tags and the other was my key/tip money holder) and a set of postcards and my total was 2.24 plus shipping. It was like crazy how cheap it came out to. As far as a template- unfortunately I do not have one. I dabble in graphic design but have not yet splurged on a program like photoshop so the good news is you could do your own just like I did! I use an online editor called pic monkey. It's picmonkey.com. It's pretty simple and great for beginners. :)

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