2. Create grid lines to make a 4 column by 3 row grid (these are not for printing, just to guide placement of the images)
3. Take one of your line drawings and scale it to fit in one of the boxes created by your guidelines
4. Duplicate that layer and move the images to fill all the spaces.
6. If this is more than you wish to tackle, there are two more options:
7. a) Print your image and take it to a copy shop and ask them to reduce it and then lay it out in a 3x4 grid for a letter page.
8. b) If you have access to a copier, you can reduce the image size then print 12 and cut and paste them into a grid. Copy the final version and scan it to print.
10. Take your 12 panel sheet of images and print it onto the kraft paper using only black ink, and high quality to make the ink lines richer.
11. Mark the pints at each end of the dividing lines with pencil.
12. Cut along each line with an Xacto knife, scissors, or using a paper cutter. If they are not all exactly the same size, don't worry - they will be used individually!
13. Take the corner clippers and round each corner - which also removes any pencil marks you may have made!
14. Take the 1/8" punch and punch a hole midway across the width and about 3/8" down from the top.
15. Cut pieces of ribbon or twine approximately 8" in length.
16. Fold in half and push the fold through the hole. Then push the two ends through the emerging loop, and pull tight.
17. Finish the remaining 11 tags the same way!
Go on line and look for line drawings that are not in copyright – Pixabay is a great resource.
Photo editing software (MS Paint or any Snapseed or Photoshop Express from iTunes or for Android (Or a rubber stamp with a design you like!)
Kraft paper (Letter size)
Scissors, X-acto knife and ruler or paper cutter
1/8″ circle paper punch
corner clipping paper punch
ribbon or twine