Make your own custom DIY fabric labels and hang tags. This is a sponsored post with OnlineLabels.com
If you are a small business owner or a crafter who sells your handmade goods, you know how important labeling your products is! I’m going to show you how to make your own DIY fabric labels and hang tags that look professional. Use your brand’s logo to make as many or as few of these as you need! (These would make great luggage tags and camp labels for kids, too!)
Supplies Used to make DIY Fabric Labels:
- Iron On Transfer Paper Light from OnlineLabels.com
- Fabric (Canvas, burlap, and felt)
- Hole Puncher
- Eyelet setting tool
Make multiple copies of your logo and reverse the images. Anytime you are making an iron on transfer you need to “flip” the image so it will be correct when you iron it on. Print the logos on Iron on Transfer Paper Light from OnlineLabels.com. I love how well this product holds and transfers color! You will need to use an inkjet printer with this paper. I used my HP Envy color printer.
Use your scissors to cut the tags apart if you are using different types of fabric like I did. Otherwise, just place the entire sheet on your piece of fabric to iron.
Place the logos image side down on the fabric. I used burlap, felt, and canvas fabric to make these DIY fabric labels. Iron the labels well, approximately 90 seconds each. Press a slide the iron over the label for at least one minute.
Wait until the label has cooled completely, then peel the backing off carefully. If the image isn’t adhering, iron again and let it cool again.
Cut out your fabric hang tags. I used my die cutting machine with tag shaped dies to get the shapes I wanted, but you can use fabric scissors, too.
Punch a hole in the fabric.
Insert the eyelet.
Place the eyelet setting tool over the back of the eyelet. Strike it several times with a hammer tool.
Flip it over and admire your new, custom tag!
Add a bit of twine and use a safety pin to place the tag on your items.
Or you can twist the tag around a handle to use as a luggage tag or to mark your property.
How will you use your DIY fabric labels and hang tags?