When I dreamed this up yesterday I was amazed while making it how seriously stupid easy it was.
I will be using this method in the meantime while I build my business and can one day afford a higher quality AKA paid for label.
For my labels I used :
1/4 a yard of muslin
2 pieces of Light Fabric Transfer Paper
My printer (inkjet of course)
a pair of regular scissors
a pair of pinking shears scissors
Your microsoft word program
My wrinkled muslin piece LOL
Iron your muslin piece
Okay now you need to print your simple text pieces. What I did was open microsoft office and type out peaceloveowls.com I picked it a cutesy font. I then copy and pasted said line of word 30 times on my page.
THEN I hit print and my print box opened up . I went to properties in my print box and went to advanced. Where I then picked mirror and clicked that box. I then hit print x 2.
(remember to go back in and unclick the print box or everything you print will be backwards LOL . oops my bad)
Now trim the edges of your paper. Lay your transfer paper words side down on the fabric.
Iron away. Iron Iron IRON.
See ironed down. Important. Let it cool off before you peel. LET IT COOL DOWN!!!or you will gimp your stuff up.
After it is cool peel the backing away slowly from each edge.
What your labels should look like after peeling the backing off.
Get your pinking shears out.
Using the pinking shears cut down the middle.
Cut around the sides as well. Then clip slowly each line of text off. Making small rectangular shapes of fabric. With pretty sides. :)
There you have it.Pretty labels that are simple and easy to use for your clothing or any crafty product you may make.
Thanks for stopping by to check out our easy peasy clothing label tutorial. Pass it on ~ Mama Kat