Just in time for holiday crafting and gifting, I’ve designed a sheet of fun labels utilizing some winter-time images from my vintage photograph collection. Print the free PDF file to full-sheet label stock, trim out each label between the faux perforation lines and use as gift labels, book plates, on greeting cards, and more. You can even gift the actual labels themselves: print a few sheets, trim out labels, stack, wrap, and share with your friends! As always, we’d love to see how you use them. Share on your images on social networks and tag @worldlabel and @catheholden. And as always, we appreciate when you share our images on Pinterest with others.
Every judge said it was almost impossible to choose winners of the WorldLabel Mason Jar Design Contest. There are so many which could have won, it’s almost not fair. What great ideas and designs. Congratulations to everyone, and thank you so much for entering. We tallied up the votes and the ones which received the most are:
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 -:)
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. PRIZES:
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
See the winners here: https://blog.worldlabel.com/2014/the-winners-of-the-mason-jar-label-design-contest.html
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 WorldLabel reserves all rights to publish or not publish submissions. 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 Pacific Standard time on May 12, 2014 to be eligible. Continue reading
These gorgeous Christmas labels with a botanical theme are perfect for you holiday gifts. Designed by Bonnie Christine of goinghometoroost.com. Bonnie also has an Etsy Store you should definitely visit. These Christmas labels are in a printable PDF template and is free to download. We suggest you print these label templates on our Full Sheet Labels and cut out the design.
These kitchen organizing labels for your pantry and spice jar containers and canisters are designed by Emily McDowell, a illustrator, designer and truth-teller. Emily also has an Etsy Shop you should check out to see more of her great illustrations.
There are two types of labels offered. One has words on them with an awesome font designed by Emily on them and ready for you to print -:) Then we have blank labels with a default chalkboard font installed ready for you to choose which ever words yout want on the labels. This font 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.
To Print: we suggest using our full sheet labels and cutting the labels design out for perfect alignment. You can use a round hole punch for the round labels and/or for the larger round labels use WL-5375 and for the smaller round labels use WL-2088.
Please note: These labels were individually hand-painted by Emily McDowell as a special commissioned project for WorldLabel, and this lettering style is not available as a font.
Catru designed these gift labels with Owls for puting them on your xmas gifts! And… for free!!! 🙂 how cool is that? Just click on the image, and it will take you to the download page of the original .jpg image. Then you just need to print them on full sheet labels, cut out the designs and start labeling your gifts -:) Catru hopes you enjoy them….
Are you having a problem thinking how you will design your next label. Are you keep coming up blank. Do you feel stymied when it comes to using labels? Do you think labels are dull? Do you have piles of blank labels gathering dust in that bottom drawer? Have you looked all over the net for label design ideas and not sure what is right? You’re in the right place, then. We’re here to help you overcome your “labelphobia” so that you can realize your organizational and productive potential. Labels can simplify your life if you know how and when to use them and find great design for your needs. They also can make your life more colorful and exciting!
So, we welcome you to Worldlabel.com a company that makes Blank Labels for laser and inkjet printeres and has a great blog full of free label printables to print on those blank labels. Our company has been in business for a decade, and we offer labels, label designs and design ideas to people the world over. Now, we want to expand on our services to provide users with even more resources. No matter whether you’re a work-at-home mom, a CEO, an artist or a non-creative type – we’re here to help you make the most of your talents and time with our ideas, tips, tricks, hacks and more.
Begin by launching Adobe Illustrator. Any version of Illustrator will do. From the File menu choose Open. Open round labels WL-325 PDF template from World Label, a manufacturer of Printer labels for laser and inkjet printers.
SELECT THE CIRCLES.
Once the file opens click on the grid to select all the circles.