Approximately 6 x 8 inch (15 x20cm)piece of leather
Strong card for stiffening
1/2 inch (2.5cm) brass buckle
Cut 3 pieces of leather, each 3 x 4 inch (3.5x 10cm). In the centre of one, mark and cut out a rectangular window,
leaving a 1/2 inch border all the way around, for the front of the label.
Cut the stiffening card to measure 2 1/2 inch by 3 1/2 inch, and glue centrally on the wrong side of back
section of label. Glue both sections of leather together around 2 of the long sides and 1 short side.
Spreading only a thin line of glue at the very edge. Press together to adhere well. Stitch all round these 3 sides about 1/8 inch in from the outer edge.
One end is left open for the address card to be slotted in. Cut a slot about 3/4 inch long through both pieces of leather along the open end. Cut leather for the strap 1 in. wide and 6 in. long.
Spread glue over entire back. When set, fold strap in half length ways and press down very firmly all
Cut one end to a neat point, and stitch all round the strap.
Attach buckle at straight end, and stitch end down on to strap. Thread pointed end through slot in label, ready
to attach to a suitcase.
Cut plastic to fit and slot in place. to protect your front address.
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.