Posts tagged Labels
Posts tagged Labels
One of my favorite gifts to give for the Holidays is something from the kitchen. Who doesn’t love food? It may be something you make myself, or a gourmet favorite you purchase. Either way, foodie gifts are something everyone can use.
For this year’s food gifts I have found a set of fun chalkboard style Christmas/Holiday labels from Lia Griffith. These labels are ready for you to personalize and print. The button at the end of the post will take you to worldlabel.com where the free printables are hosted. Once you download them onto your computer and open in Acrobat you can click on the text fields and update the text to your own. Simply print them onto full sheet labels and trim with scissors for your food packages and jars.
** A special Thank you to Lia Griffith.
** Photo credits: Lia Griffith
So much attention and detail goes into creating, designing and printing wedding invites. Sadly we sometimes forget about the envelope and how we address it. I mean, what’s more delightful than receiving a beautifully addressed letter? It makes you double as excited to open it.
Here is a diverse collection of address stickers which you can stick on your envelopes. The address stickers fold over on the side of the envelope, with the front side for the recipient’s information and the back for the senders information.
- Print your address stickers on A4 sticker paper
- Cut them out along the edges.
- Stick them on your envelopes, folding on the side
- Write the address on
*Photo Credits: Susan Brand
Think about the last great party you attended. What was it that made the event feel special? It’s the details; it’s the tiny things like hanging a garland or bunting or propping up labels by the food on the buffet.
Water bottle wrappers are a great way to cement your party’s theme and keep your event styling cohesive. But you don’t need to design, print, cut and tape a few dozen bottles to get a great effect. Just turn to duct tape!
It’s already sticky (no tape!) and it’s the perfect size for wrapping around a water bottle (no extra cutting!). Just cut off the plastic labels on your existing bottles, grab a 7”-8” length of duct tape, and then wrap it around the bottle where the label used to be. Easy!
And just in case you haven’t wandered into the stationery aisle lately, let me tell you that the old silver guard isn’t the only option anymore. Scotch and Duck brand duct tape are really stepping up their game with colored and patterned varieties of the sticky stuff.
You can find duct tape in every color of the rainbow to match your party’s color scheme, or get creative with geometric patterns, plaid, animal prints, cute motifs and even college sports logos. Can anybody say “tailgate party”?
* Credit: Formal Fringe
Available in pink, orange, lemon, lime, aqua or black. The invitations for free download are fill-in invitations.
Super easy and super affordable! Downright cheap, really. Here’s how:
Step 1: You’ll need your tools. Shown in image 1 above:
Step 2: Print the free template on your color printer Download link Here.
Step 3: Use the bone folder and ruler to score along the dotted “fold” line on the template.
Step 4: Trim out the labels using your ruler and x-acto knife. Be sure to use a cutting mat – it cushions the x-acto blade and saves your surfaces from nicks and scratches. Fold the label along the score mark you created with the bone folder. Pre-folding the label makes it much easier to apply later.
Step 5: Using the bone folder and ruler, score the paper bag for easy folding. We made the score 1.5 inches from the top of our bag.
Step 6: Fold the paper bag at the score mark then fold a second time. Run the bone folder along the edges to make a nice, crisp fold. Pre-folding the bags will make it much easier to have a uniform look when all the favors are displayed…it will also make assembly easier and faster.
Step 7: Fill the bags with your goodies then fold the tops down. (note: If filling with cookies or any other edible favor, be sure to put them in a box or glassine bag first so you won’t get grease spots on your paper bags). Using the Easy-Stick, apply adhesive the the back of the label. Add label to bag – the long side of the label should be on the same side as the bag’s fold. The short side of the label wraps around to the back of the bag.
Step 8: Display and enjoy!
*Design idea and Photo Credit : Flights of Fancy
So simple and so rustic chic these lace wrapped water bottles are such an easy DIY alternative to the traditional water bottle label.
I spotted these on Subtle Revelry and the instructions could not be easier. Peel off the label, replace it with a scrap of lace, secure with double sided tape & voila! Perfect for the late night grab and go at the end of your reception, or would be adorable in a welcome bag!