Clothing Labels Your grandmother may have sewn your mom's name into her summer camp clothes; perhaps your mom used iron-on tags. The evolution continues with these adhesive labels: Just write your child's name with a permanent-ink pen, and press it on. The labels will last through at least 20 washes.

Labeled Pipes

Freezer Labels

Removable canister labels

Decorative jam labels, download and print!

Chalkboard Labels

Martha Stewart for Avery chalkboard labels

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Here's a mending must-have: A simple business-card organizer (from an office-supply store) that keeps all the fixings for your clothes in one place. Label and tuck your spare buttons, thread samples, cloth tags, and even those scratchy fabric-care labels you snip off garments (or pillows and blankets) into the compartments. It will be a snap to find them later.

Chalkboard labels

Flag labels.

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Mason Jar Labels

doodle-labels

Chalkboard labels

kitchen herb jar labels

Great idea for accurately ironing hems - mark a one-inch line on a piece of card then use that to fold over the fabric as you iron. So simple.

Peel-Off Labels

printable labels for organization

Leftover Paint Storage Transfer leftover paint from large cans to small airtight resealable tubs. Make sure to affix a label to the container; note the color and the room where the paint was used.

Organizing spices in glass jars with chalkboard labels