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Add the professional touch to your personal creations.
This is great if you have a home buisness.

Posted by Cat Morley from London, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 1114 projects »
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  • How to make a packaging labels. Ribbon Labels - Step 1
    Step 1

    Print out your design on to transfer paper, remember that it has to be reversed or the transfer wont work. Cut two strips of white ribbon.

  • How to make a packaging labels. Ribbon Labels - Step 2
    Step 2

    Iron the transfer on to the labels. Make sure to iron it a few times so that all of the print transfers properly.

  • How to make a packaging labels. Ribbon Labels - Step 3
    Step 3

    Carefully peel back the transfer to reveal the design on the label.

  • How to make a packaging labels. Ribbon Labels - Step 4
    Step 4

    Fold over, so that the design is on the inside, and sew along the edge.

  • How to make a packaging labels. Ribbon Labels - Step 5
    Step 5

    Snip off any excess ribbon and fold inside out. You're label is now ready to be sewn in to your creations.

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PJ
PJ · Avondale, Arizona, US · 96 projects
what kind of transfer paper are you talking about?I dont think I have heard of this and would love to do it..Great idea.
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rachel.
rachel. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 9 projects
cool!! im gonna try this with a labeler thing and because i know that wont work im gonna sew the label on to ribbon... go ahead and call me crazy!
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Amber
Amber · 19 projects
Oh WOW... I wish I would have seen this before... this is awesome... and seems so easy!
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denisealice
denisealice · Italy, IT
Just what I needed! Very clever! Thanks for the tip! ;-)
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aileen o.
aileen o. · Puerto Rico, Canarias, ES
I loved this idea and tried it. Now I have a transfer papaer jam and I don't know what to do about it. Have my printer repaired? Get a new printer? This sucks big time.
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stella v.
stella v.
groovy idea and saves moolah 2
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Lee
Lee
This is so clever! Thanks for the post!
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Tiffany S.
Tiffany S. · North Carolina, North Carolina, US · 1 project
Such a good idea!
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Chloe
Chloe · Leicestershire, England, GB
Can you still use the method on here for transferring pictures on satin ribbon insteed, or shall i just try it out?
x
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Doom Baby
Doom Baby
This is awesome! These are definitely going on the clothes I make from now on!
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