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Entry #11: DIY Coat Tags

Allie designed and made these beautiful coat tags…

DIY Coat Tags

I designed the template in InDesign using our invitation typefaces (Adobe Garamond and Burgues) and colors, and I printed them on Eames Furniture Weave 120#, the same paper I’m using for the escort cards and table numbers. I went ahead and printed them on my Canon PIXMA, as I have other things for the wedding. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how well that little guy does. This coming from the girl who wanted to have every single little thing letterpressed… It’s a big step for me to use an inkjet for these things. I cut the 96 of them down to size with my Marvy rotary trimmer.

In the middle, I swapped out the cutting cartridge for the perforation blade so the ticket can be easily torn off the bottom. Then they were ready for the X-acto and metal ruler to trim the corners.

DIY Coat Tags

My mom let me borrow her Crop-a-dile for setting the eyelets. Between the X-acto and Crop-a-dile, my hand was a permanent claw by the time I finished these up at 3:30 a.m., but it was so worth it and way quicker than setting the eyelets by hand. If you use eyelets very often, I highly recommend shelling out the $30 for one of these. The 1/8″ eyelets I used came in a package of 100 for $3 at Michaels. Then I just trimmed and knotted the embroidery floss.

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