Valerie McKeehan of Lily & Val has created this large set of sweet, rustic chalk art labels for your DIY wedding! Each design has been hand drawn on a chalkboard surface and digitally converted for printing. The collection includes customizable address labels and wine bottle labels to water bottle labels, favor tags, and much more. The creative possibilities are virtually endless and they are sure to bring a special, whimsical touch to your wedding details. And they are free
Please note that on some templates, fonts can be changed. Please make sure you are using Adobe Reader: 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.
Spring is a great time to give your kitchen a little facelift. To coordinate your herb and spice jars with your Vintage Farmhouse Pantry, here are the matching labels in both chalkboard and kraft design. Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, the round 1.5 inch labels fit perfectly onto your spice jars and lids. To use these labels, you will want to download and install the free farmhouse style fonts. Download and open your label PDF in Adobe Acrobat where you can select and replace the placeholder copy. There are three pages of labels offering you the script/block, block/script and block type. This will give you the variations you will need for most herb and spice labels. Print your PDFs onto full sheet label paper and use a 1.5 inch round circle punch to trim. You can print two sets and use one for the jar and the other to top the lid. For your matching Farmhouse Pantry Labels, visit this post.
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.
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.
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!
Ana Feliciano of Falala Designs has been busy designing a great set of Valentine’ Day labels for all your packages and gifts. Some really sweet Round Labels and a rectangular label you can use to really spruce up all your packages and make them really beautiful. Also included are some small round Valentines Day labels you can use as an envelope seal. An a really gorgeous garland with the words LOVE to print.
Every year around the World on February 14th, lots of people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.” The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.
Labels are in PDF templates and are ready to print on your laser and inkjet printers. To print use Worldlabel.com products:
Oh sweet Valentine’s Day, a perfect time to personalize the gifts for your beloved. These charming kraft and watercolor labels have that look of the past, inspired by our favorite weekly show, Downton Abbey. Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, she combines the vintage style of the kraft paper with fresh colors, delicate flowers and pretty typography. To customize your labels begin by downloading and installing the free font, Weston. Download the PDF files onto your computer and open in Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can then select the editable text and replace with your own. Print onto the full sheet white label paperand trim. These labels are sure to make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one.
As a collector of beautiful old homewares, I’ve always adored pretty transferware dishes, especially the decorative plates for displaying. Here are six vintage designs in four color combinations that I made to fit to World Label’s #375 round labels. Use for organizing, canning, labeling pantry items, as gift labels and more. Type using the fillable files or handwrite on each. By Cathe Holden of Justsomethingimade.com
Angie Sandy wants to live in a beautiful world where everything is full of color, delightful patterns and wonderful illustrations. As an illustrator and surface pattern designer, she’s been applauded for her hand drawn, whimsical style.
When she’s not creating pretty things for you to enjoy she can be found homeschooling her 3 girls, taking care of cows with her husband, and helping her girls with their 4H lamb projects.
These really amazingly designed printable Christmas labels are created by Erin Rippy from InkTreePress and are free for your own personal use. Labels are in PDF templates and ready to print with your laser and inkjet printers. Some are blank and are editable, so you can fill in your own information. And don’t forget, there is a bonus pack of 18 free digital scrapbooking papers for you to download. Enjoy