1. Start by cutting out a rectangular shape that will be double the length of your tag and a few cm extra on each side for the faux seam (the bent in part you see in the image).Decide the size of the window which should be smaller than half of your rectangular shape. Once you’ve drawn the outside shape of the window, draw another rectangle slightly smaller jut inside it. Cut out the smaller rectangle and make little cuts at each angle so that the flaps can bend in.
2. Now glue down all the bent flaps. To help give them the correct shape I ironed them down. Then bend the ribbon in half and place it inside the small cut done exactly half way through the rectangle this will be the upper edge of the tag. Fix it down with some more glue.
3. Now glue half of the rectangle’s edge and bend it in half to close it. Cut out a rectangular cardboard shape that will make your tag stiff enough. My cardboard wasn’t so much heavy so I doubled it. Place it inside the tag.
4. Finally, write down on a piece of paper all the information you’d like someone to have if they found your luggage: name, surname and mobile number.
5. Finally, we’ve finished! Optionally can be added a transparent plastic onto the window so that the paper is even more protected have fun!