DIY Fabric Labels

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I am pretty sure that more often than not, when I upload a sewing project, I get asked more questions about my personalized labels than I do about the project.  I have a lot of fabric labels.  A friend gifted me some really fun satin labels for my birthday, last year.  I love them so much.  However, there are time when I need a different color, shape or size.

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Time like those, are when I turn to my Cricut Easy Press, Online Labels Heat Transfer Paper and Thermoweb Heat N Bond Fusible Interfacing.  It is so easy to whip up a ton of labels in a variety of sizes and colors in no time flat.

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I keep a page or two ready to go and saved the file on my computer, so when I need more, I just print another page.

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I have this bowl full of different shapes and sizes and it makes me happy.  I really believe they take your handmade gifts and make them even more special.

Are you ready to make your very own personalized labels?  Here’s the video tutorial:

Products used:

OnlineLabels iron-on transfer paper for light fabric:  https://www.onlinelabels.com/Products/OL362HL.htm

HeatnBond Fusible Interfacing – LITE:  http://shrsl.com/vjug

Cricut  Easy Press:  http://shrsl.com/jljn

Cricut Easy Press Bundles:  Cricut Easy Press + Iron On Bundle Starter Kit:  http://shrsl.com/lllk

Cricut Easy Press + Iron On Variety Kit:  http://shrsl.com/lllr

Cricut Easy Press + Bulk Iron On Kit:  http://shrsl.com/lllt

Cricut Easy Press Mat:   http://shrsl.com/uajt

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Cricut Rotary Cutter:  http://shrsl.com/vjul

Cricut Cutting Mat:  Available at Michaels

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2 thoughts on “DIY Fabric Labels

  1. Jane Davis says:

    I love how you explain and show everything in detail. I am a visual person so your videos are wonderful! You are so talented to make these items. I am sure glad the Lord gave you this talent otherwise people like me would not be able to make things and get the satisfaction of saying, “I did it!” Thank you for sharing.

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    • Lorrie Nunemaker says:

      I’m sorry, I didn’t include that info. It really is a personal choice what size font and which font you use. I was merely demonstrating how to create a burb cloth with fabric letters.

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