I believe, I certainly believe in fairies!!
Since Karen posted this stunning piece of French ephemera on August 21st, I have been contemplating what to create with it. The little label speaks to me in the most magic of ways!
So today I’m sharing my first project using the label, I have a feeling it may not be the last…
Karen provides the blank label in large format, for anyone who wants to play with it themselves. But should you fancy a ready made printable, stay right here 😉
For all the students, young and old, and for everyone who enjoy reading, I made printable bookplates:
How about printing the the full page for bookmarks, and 2 pages to a sheet (12 labels) to glue into your books? That way if you lend them to someone, chances are you’ll be getting your treasured books back 🙂
When you arrive on the download page (Google Drive), you can either choose print directly, upon which you will be given the chance to edit/enter your preferred text onto the label. Edit any one label on each page, and the text will copy itself magically onto the other labels on the same page. (for the tech savvy: the magic is embedded into the file using Adobe Acrobat Forms)
I have included a few version of text in the pdf-file, in hopes that everyone can find one they can use. Below the vintage style calling card (modern address) and the label sheet, both are included in the download file:
If you have the Pro version of Adobe, you can also download the file and change the font, or size of the 3 fields of text, before printing.
Don’t worry about the Google Drive preview, for some reason it displays pdf-files very bleak and sorry!! But I promise you, the print will look just as it does here on the blog 🙂
In case you like the labels but would rather print them blank and write by hand or embellish in other ways, or maybe print them for gift tags, here is the blank label sheet for you as well:
These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment.
I used the following elements to create these printables: