Do you love Harry Potter as much as we do? Then you might like these fun, free Harry Potter Printable Luggage Tags. They are inspired by many of the stories in the books. Print some out, attach them to your bags and you’re off! Not quite as easy as a port key or floo powder, but hey, what are you gonna do? We are all just mere Muggles :).
A few years ago I was treated to a guided tour of the Universal Orlando Parks in Florida by Universal. It’s one of my all-time favorite travel memories! I partnered with Universal and Family Forward to deliver some fun DIY Harry Potter inspired content to share and this post is an extension of some of those earlier projects. To read my best tips for Visiting Universal Orlando, just click here!
Our family traveled quite a bit this summer and noticed that we were always short luggage tags. They kept falling off of our bags, which doesn’t surprise me since they were all cheap paper luggage tags.
I discovered some sturdy plastic luggage tags and I decided that I’d make a set of tags to fit inside. Since we are all Harry Potter crazies it seemed only appropriate to make Harry Potter Printable tags.
DIY Harry Potter Printable Luggage Tags
If you’ve been around here for a while you may know that each summer I share a Harry Potter project in honor of Harry’s Birthday. I’ll link up the other projects at the end of this post.
Are you ready?
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- Free Printable Tags download them HERE
- Plastic Luggage Tags with Pocket – these are the ones I purchased
- Glue Stick
- Paper Trimmer or Scissors
- Sticker if you’d like to Monogram yours- I used these stickers mine are black these are gold.
Print out the luggage tags. The printable is 4 pages long. 2 of the pages are the address boxes for the back of the tags and 2 of the pages are your choices for the tag fronts. You can pick from:
- Deliver to Platform 9 ¾
- Umbridge Inspired Proclamation (travel inspired of course)
- Background Inspired by each of the 4 Hogwarts Houses, Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw
Cut out the tags that you’d like both the front pieces and the back pieces. Use a bit of glue to stick the front of the tag to the back of the tag.
If desired apply a large letter sticker to the front of your tag. You should use one sticker for your initial or 3 for a fun monogram.
Slip the paper into the tag pocket and attach to your bag!
That’s it! Enjoy. Now only if I had an undetectable extension charm to make your suitcase fit in your pocket 🙂