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.
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.
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.
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:
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