“Gift wrapping for the Holidays can be as much fun as discovering the perfect gift and today we are making it even more fun with this set of printable gift labels from the Lia Griffith Studio!
Designed using a fresh color palette of mint, gold and red, these printable gift labels are perfect for using with gold, white or red wraps and ribbons. Today we are sharing two sheets of gift labels. The first is a set of sticker labels that can be printed onto a full sheet label and trimmed to size. We have circular, rectangular and square designs to fit any shape or size of gift. The second page is a sheet of gift tags, which can be printed onto white card stock or paper and added to your gifts with twine or ribbon – simply perfect! The gift tags and sticker labels feature sweet Holiday messages and pretty illustrations of wildlife, foliage and stars that are perfect for the upcoming season. To get your festive mitts on these printable gift labels, simply click on the button below and download for free! You can find lots more DIY Holiday season inspiration, projects and downloads over on Lia Griffith site
Thanksgiving is all ways a special time of year. Here are designed labels you can use for all your thanksgiving left over dinners. Also included are some labels for your Thanksgiving wine bottle labels. These labels are design by @catherineauger of Pumpkinsandposies.com Download these great printables and print them on your laser or inkjet printers. We recommend you print on our one page label and cut out the designs. For the round labels, you can use our 2″ round labels WL-5375 or the full sheet and use a hole punch.
The team at the Lia Griffith studio has been enjoying their winter warming drinks so much so that they have designed a gorgeous set of Fall beverage labels for you to use as a heart warming gift. Perfect for those yummy Fall drinks, these labels can be used on packets of powdered cocoa, homemade apple cider or mulled wine spices for Fall, Thanksgiving or harvest time.
Using their favorite Fall color palette of bright, pumpkin orange, rich mulberry purple and deep marsala red, the Lia Griffith team created these printable labels with all the favorite winter warmers in mind. Back with a hot-right-now plaid pattern these labels make the perfect addition to your homemade gifts.
To get these printable labels, simply click on the PDF button below and save to your computer. If you would like to add your own recipes and beverage names you can open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat or Reader. You will want to download the free fonts Sinkin Sans and Bentham Print these onto full sheet label paper and trim them to size using scissors and a circle punch. For that added touch, print the recipe cards onto card stock and use as an added touch for your gift or for you own recipe box. For more DIY Fall inspiration pop on over to liagriffith.comand see what the team are sharing next.
This adorable set of 2.5″ round chalk art jam labels has been hand-drawn by Valerie McKeehan of Lily & Val! The set includes an array of fruit preserves plus apple and pumpkin butter. We’ve also included a pumpkin butter recipe below! These labels are sure to make your homemade gifts just a little more special. Simply download the PDFs onto your desktop and print!
Recipe for Pumpkin Butter:
29. oz can of pure pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling)
1 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup apple juice or apple cider
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. ground ginger
1 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/8 tsp. allspice
OR replace all individual spices with 2 tbsp. pumpkin pie spice
Juice from 1/2 a lemon
In a saucepan, combine all ingredients (except lemon juice). Stirring frequently, bring mixture to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, add lemon juice, and let cool. Pour into mason jars and refrigerate.
Our popular 2.5″ round Vintage-Style Round Labels Series 1 for designers and crafters were so popular that Cathe Holden a second series. This series comes to you as one PDF file with six different color sheets, each with fillable fields for typing custom text. If you are design savvy you can open any of individual files in image or vector editing software, add and manipulate fonts as desired, copy and paste select style borders in repeat, and change colors to your liking. Use files with WorldLabel.com 2.5″ label sheets, or use full sheet label stock and a 2.5″ circle punch. Feel free to also use these digital images for web and design projects. Great for small business, homemade food gifts, handmade crafts, and more. Please share this in your social cirlces and leave us a comment below. We love hearing what you think!
August has crept up on us so quick this year and it’s less than three weeks until the kiddos are back to school! In preparation we have designed 5 sheets of labels that you can customize, download and print to help you get organized for the year ahead.
Our patterned sheets can be printed onto full sheet labels then used to wrap pencils and crayons or to cover notebooks and binders – how cute?! The other two sheets have a variety of labels that can be customize with your child’s name or initials. Simply download the free font Courier Prime first and you are good to go. Edit in Adobe Acrobat then print both these sheets onto full sticker sheets and trim to size.
Then you can get busy labelling your child’s books, folders, notebooks, pencil boxes, lunch packs, paint sets and more! With a bit of luck you might find all those supplies you bought last them the full school year! For more back to school goodies head over liagriffith.com.
We all love those little vintage red bordered labels. Now you can not only create your own set of blank ones, but Cathe Holden has designed additional sets that include numbers and old printers cuts.
Download the the FREE PDF files, print to full size label sheets, and using a paper trimmer and/or scissors, trim out the little labels for organizing, crafting, and decorating. Enjoy!
Making Cold Process Soap for the First Time? How to make soap & beginner soap recipes to get you started!
The Beginners Soapmaking Instructions and Recipes Revised, a free ePDF booklet by Rebecca D. Dillon
How many times have you stopped at a soap table at a farmers’ market or at a trade show and thought to yourself, “I could do that!” But, when you returned home and looked up the processes, the amount of time involved, and the mysterious lingo, you talked yourself out of this project. No way, you figure, can you make the effort to learn all about making soap without a master’s degree in chemistry at the very least.
Although the soap-making business seems pretty straightforward, according to the article that Marla Bosworth wrote for us, it’s the actual soap making process that has you worried.
Thanks to Rebecca D. Dillon of Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen , you can learn how to make soap step-by-step. Plus, Rebecca remembers her own fears and uneasiness when she first started making soaps. She shares how she overcame those barriers to own her own soap business in this tutorial. And, she teaches you how to decipher and handle all the mysterious chemicals that go into making a bar of soap. Rebecca writes:
“The scariest thing for me when I first started making soap was working with lye. Lye – also known as sodium hydroxide – is a necessary part of making homemade soaps. Without lye, there simply is no soap…Yes, lye is a little scary. However, once I finally dove in and made cold process soaps for the first time, I realized that it wasn’t nearly as terrifying as I thought it would be. I’ve found that tutorials on soapmaking tend to have you be overly cautious about working with lye so it seems frightening. The truth of the matter is however, it isn’t frightening as long as you have sound knowledge of what you’re doing going in, and you take simply safety precautions – just like in high school chemistry class. So purchase some goggles, some gloves and for kicks you can also go with a fancy new rockabilly apron just so you have some great photos to share on your social media.”
So there you have it…you must work with lye. But what about fat percentages, oils, butters…and how much essential oil should you use for each batch of soap?
Rebecca answers all those questions as well, and also provides information on how to create your own soap recipes. If that thought scares you as well, she offers some of her own soap recipes for starters.
Rebecca doesn’t act like the “be-all and end-all” for soap making. In fact, she encourages readers to watch YouTube videos or to enlist the help of a soap-making friend to learn more information. After all, some of us learn by watching, not by reading.
With that said, Rebecca’s tutorial is one of the easiest and most down-to-earth documents I’ve ever read about soap making. In fact, she’s encouraged me to actually give it a shot…and, she’s included some great advice and images on creating my own soap labels. Creating packaging for home-made soap is relatively painless. Worldlabel also offers help with their blank printable soap-making labels for laser and inkjet printers. Plus, they offer collections of soap labels that you can modify and use as your own.
Please find the complete 37-page PDF booklet bellow. It contains a basic cold process soapmaking tutorial, information on using a lye calculator, a detailed description for creating your own recipes, eight beginner soap recipes, a tutorial on creating your own custom soap labels, and resources and references that link to online suppliers.
What a fun idea to add a kid’s table to your Fourth of July celebration. This party kit is so full of options, ideas and inspiration that you can customize the printables for your own perfect kids event. Designed by the team at liagriffith.com, the kit includes diamond shape stickers and round stickers that can be used to decorate all of the items on your Fourth of July table. These are ready to print onto full sheet label paper and trimmed. The belly bands and straw flags are also great for a label paper or you can print them onto printer paper and attach with glue or tape. The printable patterns were used to make popcorn cones and to add stars and stripes to our lemonade jar and other containers. The hot dog box is such a great way to serve kids and has the final touch with the red stripes printed onto the other side of the card stock before trimming and gluing. The coloring flags are a perfect activity, printed and folded, they are ready for your kids to decorate and add onto a flag stick. The finishing touch to your table décor are the pretty pinwheels. These work best printed onto card stock with a star pattern on the back of the striped fronts. We added the round stickers once formed