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in love with labels!


lately i’ve been noticing the most fantastic labels on things! it’s such a fun way to make something a little extra unique. 

i fell in love with this library card label after i went ga-ga over the attached shirt…t-shirts screen-printed with lovely images from “out of print” book covers! the label even details where each shirt is manufactured and says a bit about the company. all things that made me make my purchase.

here are a few more favorites. i just love all of the fantastic fonts and colors!







i just can’t get enough of these lovely labels! 

what’s been inspiring you lately?

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10 Comments

  1. Haha LOVE the library label! That is too unique.

  2. it's so authentically tea-stained and all too :) and filled with all sorts of lovely random names!

  3. Great photos! So many tags and labels are fun to add to your art work.

  4. it's such a fun way to find inspiration!

  5. Oh, that library card is so clever! Totally inspired…

  6. Love labels too… actually a bit obsessed. Nice to find other OCD types with addictions to this stuff:)we did the BYW course together. You doing it again in April?

  7. It's touches like that which make all the difference! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Fantastic Blogpost! I love labels as well. Very clever to do a post on it!

    I see a few that do pertain to me! Some fun ones and some bad – like insufficient funds!! Know it well!

    Keep up the great work. Stop by my blogs. I will follow you! Linda, a BYW student

  9. i love the 2nd name… charlotte bliss… great name.
    follow you bliss is true with this label.
    *

  10. What a cool label! It’s so unique and creative; I bet bookworms are going to love it. Products with creative labels definitely look more appealing to customers. It makes the product a lot more interesting and attractive, thus increasing the product’s selling power.

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