Program Booklets: Luggage Tags

Martha Stewart Weddings, Winter 2003

For a couple who travels, a booklet resembling a bundle of luggage tags is an inspired choice. The card-stock pages are tied together with sturdy string, and a floral-print cover gives the package a charming yet casual look.

1. Six "tags" can be printed on a sheet of thick 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Choose an ink color that coordinates with the paper for the covers. Print your program text onto the paper, along with cut lines that divide the sheet into six rectangles; then cut out rectangles.

2. Make a tag template from sturdy paper to use as a guide in trimming each rectangle: Cut the top two corners using scalloped shears. Punch a hole in the top of each page; add a hole reinforcer over each hole.

3. For covers, glue patterned paper to plain, and cut into the same shape; add a hole reinforcer. Tie the bundle of tags together with twine, yarn, or embroidery thread.

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