Here's what you'll need; an old map, aluminum from a soda can, scissors, a hole punch, a marker, crazy glue and strips cut from an old t-shirt
Once you've wrapped your gift in an old map, tie a curled piece of the t-shirt around the box. Instructions for prepping the t-shirt strips can be found on my YouTube channel and you can always pick them up in my Etsy shop! Back to it, here's where we left off before the shameless plug:
Now for the name tag. I've used an old soda can to fashion a gift tag that resembles a luggage tag. Cut two rectangular shapes of the same size. On one of them, draw a 1/4" margin on all four sides of the back side of the can.
Then fold the can over and pinch in the center as shown below, make and X shaped cut where you pinched it. This will give you the room you need to insert your scissors and cut out the center of the "frame."
Once you've cut your frame apply a thin layer of super glue (I love this super glue that you apply with a brush) and adhere it to the other rectangular piece of aluminum, trim the edges and punch a whole.
Now simply use a sharpie to name your recipient and tie it to the package. You can even add a really big loopy bow made from extra strips of t-shirt that would resemble the shoelace bows that people make to identify their luggage among the sea of bags on the carousel.