It is back-to-school time and what a perfect way to personalize all of your kid’s school supplies with these Scandinavian style labels. The label designs from Lia Griffith from liagriffith.com, feature a fox, bunny, hedgehog and little bird who are all ready and excited for the first day of school. Choose from a pink pastel look or a bright vibrant color palette. To match the font style you see in the photos, you can download the free font Quicksand right here. Once the font is installed, open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat and select the sample text. Add your child’s name and initials to all of the pages of label designs. (Note that you can not customize the PDF in your browser window). When your labels are ready, just print them onto a full sheet white label paper and trim with scissors or a craft knife. Now they are ready for you to have a little fun mixing and matching them on your school supplies!
FREE Printable Back-to-School Labels and Book Note Covers by Falala Designs. These super cute Fruits and Cupcake themed printables are in ready to print PDF templates, editable and ready to personalize. For cover labels print on our full sheet labels. Have a great school year! Enjoy…
Have your kids join in on the Valentine’s Day fun with these adorable labels that you can personalize with their names and add to the packaging of your heart day treats! Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, these labels are perfect for both boys and girls. One set shares the cuteness of woodland friends, the fox, bear, squirrel and bird while the other set appeals to the cute little monsters. Both sets can be downloaded onto your computer, opened in Acrobat and there you can add the names of your kids and their friends. Just print them onto full sheet labels, trim and attach them to your treat bags.
It is that time of year when all of the grade school kids excited to be back in class again! They have their supply list filled and now you can help them personalize and organize their school supplies with these fun and colorful labels illustrated and designed by liagriffith.com Each label has a space to add their name or initial, sometimes both. First you will need to install the free front, Quicksand from fontsquirrel.com. Then download the PDF files onto your computer and open them in Adobe Acrobat. The editing fields will not show up in the browser window, but will once you open in Acrobat. The text fields are all set up for you to add your own child’s name, initial or class information. Once updated you can print the PDF pages onto full sheet label paper. The page of monogram circles are perfect for a 1 inch circle punch. After you have printed and trimmed to labels you and your child can have a fun time placing the labels onto all of the school supplies. Here are some photos to give you a few ideas.
It is back to school time already! To add a personal touch to your child’s lunch, we have some adorable labels for you. This sheet of labels, illustrated and designed by liagriffith.com, includes 6 labels that you can personalize with your child’s name when opening the PDF and 8 face labels for both decorating fruit or adding a cute smile to any lunch item. This PDF uses a free font from fontsquirrel.com called Quicksand. You will want to download it from here and install before you open the PDF. Once you have personalized your labels you can print the design onto a full sheet label paper. Just trim with pinking sheers for a fun edge or regular scissors and trim the fruit faces with a 1.5 inch punch. These are sure to bring lunchtime delight!
This really fun cute set of Cupcake train labels and printables for your party are designed by Tricia Rennea. Printables are in fillable and editable PDF templates and are FREE to download.
Fonts can be changed: 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. For best results use Adobe Reader 9 or higher.
To print, we suggest using our one page labels and cutting out the design or print on:
This part two of a really cute set of printables for School Kids and Teachers. It is designed by Erin Rippy of InkTreePress.com Printables are in PDF templates, they are both fillable and editable. Yes, they are ready for your to insert your own text and personalize.
Print on paper and cut out, or use our full page labels.