June 29, 2010
I have a mommy turntable in the craft room with some of my supplies in it. It needed labels, so I typed some up in cute fonts, printed them on craft paper and now my supplies have little labels.
Wanna make some too?
Here’s how I did it – easy peasy:
Measure space that will be filled with a label – use the ruler on your computer as you’re typing so you don’t go over that size. Type words into a word processing document.
Cut a 12×12 inch square of craft paper down to 8.5×11 inches.
Send craft paper through the printer – print word document.
Cut labels down to size.
Insert in little spot for label.
And I’m all labeled up!
I’m linking this up to some fun parties this week – check them out!
Fun idea thanks for shareing!
What font is that – the one you used for punchers above? It’s so fun!
Clean Mama Says
Pea Lindsey Unicase 🙂
Joy @ Thrifty Parsonage Living Says
Great idea thanks for the easy tutorial!
i need one of those turntables….cute labels!
Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage Says
That turntable thing is awesome!!
Super great awesome idea! Thanks!
Do you just use the fonts provided by Word software or have you downloaded new ones?
Clean Mama Says
Megan- I download and purchase other fonts – I’m a bit of a font “nut”.
That is awesome!
This is really a great idea and your caddy is cute!!! I’m needing labels for an upcoming project…so I’m giving this a try! Thanks for sharing!
Ms. Sharlotte’s…Southern Reflections
I love all organization ideas. Thanks for sharing!
Following you from Fingerprints!! I am so glad you are as crazy about labels as I am! I would label everything in my house if I could! Thanks for sharing!
Very very cute! Thanks for sharing!
Laura Ingalls Gunn Says
Oh I adore this project. It is going in my style file for sure!
Happy 4th of July!
they turned out cute, what a great idea to put the scrapbook paper through the printer. I need one of those spinners too.
I love the fonts you chose. Thanks for linking up to Home and Family Friday. Great project! I love things that are really simple, but make a big impact.
Such a simple and effective way to organize things. Great job.
Very cute and simple. 🙂 Found you thru Under the Table & Dreaming.
I figured out the printing part on my own, but I haven’t seen the metal parts around yet. Where the heck do you find THOSE??? I LOVE them! 😀
This is cute, neat and easy peasy, just like you said! Thanks! Pam @ Sallygoodin
★All Thingz Related★ Says
Thanks so much for joining us for our 13th Anything Related party!
Lisa Smith Says
So want one of those turn tables! Thanks for sharing!
fun idea! thanks for sharing!