If you are like us, your kids have several backpacks and bags for school 😉 (I accessorize my BOYS, even haha!). I am always scrambling to find a tag to put on their lunch box, gym bag, backpack, etc. That was until I started making luggage tags for party favor tags! I’m always trying to think of favors that will not get tossed the day after the party. Luggage tags did the trick! Parents love them because they can reuse them and they are CUTE! (What better than a cute, useful, favor!?)
We want to start offering personal use printable graphic design templates for our fabulous followers. Are you excited!? (Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to our monthly newsletter, too! (For free / personal exclusive designs that we don’t post anywhere else!)
We wanted to design something that would match a large variety of bags/lunchboxes. We were inspired by Pottery Barn Kids current line and figured a majority of people buy sweet little bags and lunchboxes from there.
Motifs: Owls and butterflies
Patterns: Ditzy dial dot pattern, polkadot and chevron (on the backside as well)
Colors: Sage green/Pink combo & hot pink w/ brown.
These should hopefully appeal to most of your little girls!
Here is what the templates look like (cute pattern on the back when you fold it!):
Even though Lego and Star Wars are what boys seem to love, we stay away from characters as much as possible (We like to think outside the box!)
Motifs: Retro Cars and Monkies
Patterns: Checkerboard, chevron, stripe and argyle (for the prep in me!)
Colors: Blues/green combo, red/aqua/brown combo
These should hopefully appeal to most of your little boys!
Here is what the boy templates look like (see, when you fold it, the backside has the cute pattern on it!):
These are available to you for free, we just hope that you leave us a comment here (what is your favorite design?) and spread the word to your friends! (email, facebook, twitter, pinterest etc!)
Oh, and if you really love them, feel free to contribute your own $ amount, below! That helps keep Anders Ruff free printables coming your way! We appreciate it!
1. Download the Anders Ruff Custom Designs DIY Bag Tag Template
2. Open file and Type in your child’s name into the fields of the pdf file
3. Print on plain white paper, cardstock (for luggage tags) or sticker paper (for labels)
4. Trim and Fold (for luggage tags)
5. Laminate for luggage tag version (Either at home (we love this laminator) or at your local office store -super easy and cheap!)
6. Smile and have a great school year!
Which is your favorite design!? Leave us a comment and let us know!
This is FREE but feel free to click below to Contribute any $ amount below for personal use! We appreciate it!