It is that time of year to do a little spring cleaning and maybe even organize your pantry. To help you organize and add a farm fresh look, we have two versions of Farmhouse Pantry Labels for you to choose from. You can pick the ever popular chalkboard style or the vintage kraft paper style and maybe even use both! These label, designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, are ready for you to add in your own text. Simply install these two free farmhouse style fonts then download your labels PDFs onto your desktop. Open them in Adobe Acrobat where you can click onto the text fields and type your text. These labels have three versions of each style; script/block, block/script and block. This should give you enough variations for every pantry label you will need. Once you have your designs ready, print onto a full sheet label paper and trim the labels. Since these are vintage style, a less than perfect trim gives it an authentic touch. Stay tuned for the coordinating herb and spice jar labels coming soon!
Cathe Holden of Justsomethngimade.com pulled together fun and unique vintage objects from her craft studio collections, photographed and re-sized each image to bring you a set of unique one-inch label designs. Print to World Label 1025 one-inch label stock, or to full sheet label stock and punch out individual images with a one-inch paper craft punch. Use for envelope seals, stickers, collage projects, on plain gift wrapping, even back-to-back along craft twine to create a funky dot garland -:)
At some point in our lives we will have to send a letter or a parcel overseas via airmail Here Erin Rippy of InkTreePress.com has design a wonderful Par Avion collection of labels for all your envelopes and packages to be sent overseas via Air Mail – yes making them look really cool for the recipient.
Labels and Air Mail stickers are in PDF templates ready to print on your laser and inkjet printers. Some templates are editable which will allow you to enter your personalized information.
Yes, you can change font types, colors and size. Templates are cross platform and will work on you Mac, Windows and Linux operating systems. For best results use Adobe Reader 9 or highter.
To change fonts: type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Command + 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.
To Print, use Worldlabel.com Products:
- WL-25 (Avery® 5167 size)*
- WL-875 (Avery® 5160 size)*
- WL-125 (Avery® 5163 size)*
- WL-150 (Avery® 5164 size)*
- WL-175 (Avery 5165® size)*
Hi there! It’s Ana here, from Falala Designs. Not too long ago we celebrated a birthday at our home, our sweet daughter turned one, and that gave me the idea of creating some PARTY labels! I created these with a chic girly theme, the pack has over 150 labels! Most of the labels are personalizable, this is the font I used that you can download for free.
To print use Worldlabel.com Products:
Spring has sprung printable Easter labels and stickers are designed by Erin Rippy of InkTreePress.com These Easter labels are in PDF templates and are print ready. Included in this collection is a pack of free digital Easter papers available for download in a zip file, a full sheet label, round labels and stickers, Easter tags and shipping label sizes. Enjoy
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One of the delights of Easter is creating surprise filled baskets for the little ones. Here is a set of editable labels and round stickers to add to your packages and bags of Easter candy, treats and gifts. These labels are designed by Lia of liagriffith.com and are illustrated with her adorable Easter buddies; the lamb, chick, bunny and blue bird. The larger labels are ready for you to personalize with the receiver’s name a message from you. Just install the free font Museo onto your computer, then open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat. You can select the place holder text and add your own. Print these onto a full sheet label paper, adjusting the size as you need in the printer window. You can then trim and add them onto your bags of goodies. The round stickers feature each of the adorable Easter critters. These are ready to print onto a full sheet label paper and trimmed with a 1.5 inch punch. These stickers are perfect to add to a package or as a cupcake topper attached to a toothpick. Anyway you use these labels and stickers, they are sure to delight!
Design labels for a Mason Jar and WIN an Apple 13″ MacBook Pro with a Retina display and other prizes...
The 2014 Mason Jar Label Design Contest is brought to you by WorldLabel.com Design a label for preservatives, jams, storage, sauces, cookie mix, candy, honey or anything else you would like to do with Mason Jars
HOW: Design labels for Mason Jars, for the lid, the front of both. Use any design skill from doodling, hand drawn to using a graphic design program.
SUBMIT: Email PNG, GIF or JPEG images of the designed label and photos of the labels on a Mason Jar (Photos of the labeled mason jar in a setting with props is a plus) Include your name and country, the manufacturers name of the jars you used and any other information you would like to include to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject: Mason Jar Contest
RULES: Use any size blank jar labels from Worldlabel or other label manufacturers, even plain paper and glue. Entries must be the participants new original work. Special consideration will be given to detail with an emphasis on branding. Submitting labels as a printable in a PDF template for download on our blog is also a plus.
1st prize: Macbook Pro 13″ with a Retina Display
2nd prize: $100 gift certificate
3rd prize: $50 gift certificate
Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog & InspirationDIY.com where she spreads DIY inspiration. Kim is the “Creative Expert” on Portland’s top rated TV morning show AMNW. Life is more fun when it’s creative!
Cyndy Aldred has a passion for art, design and paint and is obsessed with the endless possibilities that creativity can bring to every aspect of our lives. Cyndy blogs at thecreativityexchange.com
Jennifier Hadfield love to do anything creative and trying new things. She loves making something beautiful out of nothing. She loves looking at something and seeing the possibilities. Jen runs a blog at Tatertots & Jello
Kim Layton is a writer for EverythingEtsy.com and HandmadeandCraft.com, lover of travel, crafts, craft business, Etsy, Read more at Kim’s blog
WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCE NO LATER THAN May 20th
All entries will be displayed on the Mason Jar Label Design Contest page at blog.worldlabel.com and will be licensed: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported
ELIGIBILITY: The Mason Jar Label Organizing Contest is open to to everyone WorldWide. Employees (and their immediate families) of Worldlabel.com and its subsidiaries, affiliates, suppliers, advertising agencies, and persons living in the same household as such employees are not eligible to participate in the Contest. Contest is subject to all applicable federal, state, local laws and regulations and is void where prohibited by law. The Contest begins on day this post is published. Entries must be received by midnight USA Eastern Standard time on May 12, 2014 to be eligible.
3) Name: Nickolas Bosch
Manufacturer: Ball Quart Jars
4) Name: Andrea Hatch
Manufacturer: Shown on Wide Mouth Quart Ball Mason Jar.
Made With Love labels in six different styles for anything you love in your mason jars!
5) Name: Laura Mooney
Manufacturer: Ball Jar 300 ml
Designed for WL-600 (rounded rectangle 4″ x 2.5″) and WL-8750 (round 2.25″)
The other night as I enjoyed (Cathe Holden of Justsomethingimade.com) sorting through bags of colorful vintage buttons I’d been collecting I had a “Eureka!” moment: Button stickers! So off to my scanner and on to my desktop I went.
- I hope you’ll enjoy this fun collection of 63 vintage button images sized to fit World Label one-inch label stock.
- Download the FREE PDF file, print to label stock and use button stickers for:
- Envelope seals
- Decorating plain gift wrap
- Organizing your own button tins or jars by color
- To denote special dates on your wall calendar
- Whimsical garland (attach button labels back to back along a string)
- Collage and other craft projects
- Furniture embellishments
- Lunch sack closures
ALSO: Feel free to also print to paper or cardstock for cutting out individual button images with a one-inch paper punch for:
- Paper stitching projects
- Tokens/award chips
- A game: Print and punch two sets, place matching pairs randomly upside down on a table to create a memory game like “Concentration”.
What would you do with a vintage button label collection? Please share!