Handmade crafters label branding kit by Cathe Holden

Four amazing branding label sets in 4 splendid colors: Black, Celery, Turquoise and Cigar.

Each color set has 14 different sizes. Start branding the products you sell! Label your bottles, tin containers, envelopes, cartons and any other product packaging with the same amazing design.

Each color set is available in 2 different types of fillable printable PDF templates: one is auto-fill: insert your info and hit tab and the complete label sheet fills up. The second allows you to insert different information into each label cell or graphic. These label kits for branding the handcrafted and homemade products you sell were designed by Cathe Holden of Justsomethingimade.com  and are FREE for download. Make sure you visit her facebook page and click on the “like it” button.

Use these Worldlabel.com size to print:

Specs: These label templates are downloaded as cross-platform PDF files, which are application independent. They will work on Mac OSX, Linux, Windows, Solaris and other operating systems. There can be compatibility issues among different PDF Readers. For optimum performance and full use of all functions, we recommend you download for free Adobe PDF Reader version 9.

Fonts: If you want to change the font type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Apple + E on a Mac. A toolbar will appear giving you additional text properties. Select “More” in the font properties toolbar for paragraph alignment and more.

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Tips: Printer settings vary from user to user. To test your label layout, first print the labels on plain paper and trace over the label sheet to test for alignment. One solution to alignment problems: select “More” in the font properties toolbar > then paragraph. Also, please make sure the highlight tab is on.

 

 Here are the images for all the designs in each set:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  • [...] huge folks, and it’s FREE, courtesy of WorldLabel.com and designed with a vintage flair by yours truly. 14 different label shape designs in 4 different [...]

  • Jessica says:

    THIS IS JUST GREAT period…

  • Tiff says:

    Love this! Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Carole RB says:

    Thanks a bunch!

  • This is FAB; thanks for making it possible!

  • Silvia says:

    Thank you so very much for making these available

  • Thayer says:

    oh.my.this is GREATness!!! Thank you~~~~

  • Karrie O. says:

    Oh Thank You!! I have a new obsession for labels; printable labels and label stamps. I use them in my scrapbooking and cardmaking!

  • Vickie says:

    Love it, thanks so much for sharing!!!

  • Lauri says:

    SO generous of you!!!! Thank you SO SO much!

  • Jennie says:

    Spectacular… I love love these…

  • Lisa says:

    I never knew one could do so much with PDF, how cool with all the font choices. These are just great!

  • Petronella Sabol says:

    Thank you!

  • Tina says:

    Very nice, thanks so much :)

  • Cassie Botello says:

    These are perfect,, im ready to organize my pantry and kitchen with these great labels…

  • Jeannie says:

    World Label, these are very cool. Thank you. How does the AutoFill work? I assume that the other fillable ones need me to enter my name and other information in each label. I couldn’t get it AutoFill to work. I also wish World Label would put together a package of a couple of each type of label. I’d order in an instant. Thanks again.

  • wlmanager says:

    @Jeannie
    Regarding the Autofil, please make sure you are using the free Adobe reader 9 or later, you can download it here: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader.html Type in some text into a label cell and hightlight the text > then while the text is highlighted > on your Keyboard press CTRL + E at the exact same time. A font properties window will pop up. In this window, you can choose font types, color and size and also align the text by clicking on the “More” button. like this
    tool bar

    Regarding putting together packages with all the sizes. I wish we could do it now -:( However, our factory is not set up for doing this at the moment cost effectively. We know there is a big need for this.Hopefully we will launch mixed packs soon.

    However, my email address is Russell @worldlabel. com. If you choose a few different sizes you need and let me know, we will send them out to you as samples.

  • Dogpackmomma says:

    These are great! Thanks & Happy Trails!

  • Jeannie says:

    Thanks. I suspected that it might be my anti-Adobe PDF Reader. I’ll fix that. And thanks for the offer on the samples.

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  • Suzy Girl says:

    You are the bomb!

  • Penny A says:

    FABulous! Thanks, SO much, Cathe! These are supah!

  • [...] has gone and done something very generous (it just like her, actually).  She has teamed up with WorldLabel.com using her signature vintage flair and designed 14 different label shape designs in 4 different [...]

  • nancy says:

    love these, thanks so much for sharing them. They will be helpful in my crafting and in many other ways. I love all your shares.

  • Cindy says:

    Thank you very much! These are amazing.

  • These are beautiful! Thanks so much!

  • shann says:

    Thank you so very much!! They are beautiful! Job well done!

  • Tracy says:

    A HUGE WOW! Thanks for sharing these….gotta love a good label….and a freebie!

  • Leslie J says:

    Thanks, this is something I’ve been looking for. I love the variety. Thanks again

  • Stephanie B. says:

    Awesome thank you so much for sharing!

  • Nan says:

    These labels are great. I can type in text but…How do I change the text using a Mac?

  • Lindsay says:

    Great set! Very wonderfully designed, thank you so much for sharing!

  • VERY cool! Thank you so much! I can’t wait to use them!!!

  • Kerstin says:

    Thanks!!!!! I love these labels – printer is running hot….

  • Vanessa says:

    My Goodness, thanks so much!

  • belle says:

    Wonderful! thanks so much.

  • brandi says:

    hi, i love these, and i’m so excited about them. i am having trouble getting the circles aligned, though. the page wl325. i’m using avery 5293, and the image is printing about 1/4″ to the left of where it needs to be. i have the highlight tab on. any suggestions?

  • Visitor says:

    I’m also having problems with alignment on these. The ones that are supposed to fit the Avery 5160 size labels print about 1/8″ too high on the page.

  • wlmanager says:

    Please call me to discuss, I can help you solve some problems at 877-955 2235,, thank you Russ

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  • EJ says:

    Thank you very much for the free printable!!!! Love them!!!

  • Nolanana says:

    Great-have been looking for labels for Easter basket decoration! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • ASIKINRAMLI says:

    I really love it! tqvm for sharing…

  • Tehila says:

    Wow! thank you! may you receive many times back for what you have given. Blessings….

  • Aymie says:

    LOVE! I saw directions above on how to change the font of the text by highlighting and pressing CTRL + E. This isn’t working for me…is it different on a Mac by chance? REALLY appreciate the help!!

  • wlmanager says:

    Reinstall Adobe reader. Make sure you right click on link and save template to computer. then open template. highlight some text. Then Control+e

    thank you so much

    Russ

  • Aymie says:

    Quickest response EVER!! THANKS SO MUCH!

  • Kathy Grainger says:

    These labels are great and just what I’m looking for as I’m starting a new venture in handmade soaps etc.

    The only thing I would like to improve on is adding a logo (picture)! Am I missing something on the tools as I can’t see how to do it.

    Many thanks

    Kathy

  • Julie keane says:

    Trying to use your free black label, but can’t input my information. Is it because I am useing a I-pad? Any suggestions?
    Thanks

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