Showing posts with label labels. Show all posts
Showing posts with label labels. Show all posts

Friday, July 24, 2015

INKLING: Printable Back-to-School Labels

4Before you know it, it will be back-to-school time. And if you have little ones, you’ll want to label everything! I created this full sheet of small “This Belongs To” labels. They’re the perfect size for pencils, pens, sharpeners and even books.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

INKLING: Lifestyle Crafts Wood Labels {& A Giveaway}

Lifestyle Crafts Wood Labels via homework | www.carolynshomework.comDie Cut, Letterpress, Emboss… oh my! I’m super excited to share this with you. I’m on the Lifestyle Crafts Home and Organization Studio Design Team. I have a giant love of paper and paper crafting and have been wanting to challenge myself by making more detailed and intricate paper projects.

I’ll be slowly learning how to use the Lifestyle Crafts tools and I can’t wait to share all my projects with you. I hope you’ll enjoy learning how to die cut, letterpress and emboss with me. Look for projects specific to Lifestyle Crafts and We R Memory Keepers once or twice a month.

I also have a fun giveaway to celebrate this new venture. Details are at the bottom of the post.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Inkling: vintage fabric labels

Following my Vintage Favorites post, I was inspired to create something using some of my vintage fabrics. I saw this Vintage Fabric Deco Tapes post on Pugly Pixel and wanted to create some of my own. Pugly Pixel created the tapes to be used as graphics in design programs. Since I don’t know how to do that, I created labels.

I first scanned my fabrics and then cropped each fabric photo so that it would fit into a label template in Word. I plopped each image into the template.

To customize the label, you can add a text box in Word and add type over your fabric image. Then, I printed on inkjet mailing labels and voila!  


The labels can be used for just about anything.

Thank you Pugly Pixel for the fabric tape inspiration

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