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tutorial: how to make your own labels the easy and cheap way! - I need to do this for size labels of kids clothes.

This is a GREAT tutorial on HOW to make your own decals to apply to anything you can imagine!

Easiest Tutorial for Fabric Labels I have seen....I loved making mine with these clear steps

DIY bottle labels. These would be cute for the s'mores fixins if you decide to put everything in apothecary jars (even though I know the point of a glass jar is being able to see what's inside without a label). But they'd be extra cute with labels. :)

how to make your own clothing labels. Instructions also list FTC requirements for labels in pt. 1

I've been told before that I need to make tags for my handmade items... this is the perfect tutorial for fabric labels!

PERMANENT FABRIC LABELS made on your inkjet printer. Type desired text into any computer program. Iron a sheet of freezer paper onto any cotton fabric, trim, and print. Iron it again to heat set the ink. Before cutting individual labels to size, you can also run that printed-on fabric through your xyron machine to make them into sticky labels!!

* Hanging wire basket, $1 Beaded Chandelier made from items from the Dollar Store! * 6 packages of Mardi Gras-style metallic beads (about 48 necklaces), $6 * Light gauge wire (floral wire will work), $1 * Spray paint, $1 * Wire cutters, on hand or $1 * Hot glue gun & sticks, on hand * Additional embellishments, as desired Total: $9 and up