I finally got to see my son and daughter-in-law this past weekend. It had been months and I was certainly happy to see their sweet, smiling faces! Maggie, asked me if I could create an ID tag for her to put her work ID in and attach to her key chain. Of course, I obliged and quickly went to work on a very simple pattern.
She requested a verticle tag since it was going to be hanging from her key chain. I whipped up a super simple tag on my embroidery machine, but I was afraid she’d lose her ID and anything else she put in it. I decided to create a new pattern with a bit more protection.
This is what I came up with and I am thrilled with it. It is still super simple and takes very little product, but it’s ultimately safer and, lets face it, prettier. I love that it can be made either vertically and horizontally, depending on your needs. I also like the lobster clasp attachment which can easily be attached to a lanyard, backpack or keychain.
If you have a Cricut or other digital die cutting machine that can cut fabric with an SVG, this project is going to be super simple for you, because I made an SVG. You can get it by clicking HERE. No Cricut, no worries, you can grab the printable PDF pattern by clicking HERE. Be sure when printing that you print at actual size and not scaled. There is a guide at the top of each page to measure and make sure you printed it correctly. When downloading the ZIP file for your digital die cutting machine, be sure and double click the ZIP file to open it and then upload the file ending in .SVG.
Enough of the small talk, let’s start making ID tags! Be sure and tag me on social media if you make them. Join my Facebook Groups and post photos! I love it see them!
Here is the step by step video tutorial: