We are back for more fun with day three of our 2017 Holiday Freebies! (In case you missed the last two…check out our Slouchy Headwarmer + Emoji Pillows and then come right back!)
One of the only complaints I get in my household about the handmade clothes I make for my husband and son are that there aren’t tags. Apparently it’s not as easy for everyone as it is for us to find the back of your shirt! We are helping to change that with these cute clothing size tags, so now the only complaint should be that they don’t have enough of your handiwork hanging in their closets!
I made the “THIS IS THE BACK” tags for my own family’s use a while back and thought I might share it with my P4P friends! And then we couldn’t leave you with just one (kinda snarky) design, so I whipped up two more styles to go along with it. I think a favorite with our holiday help were the “Size: Unique” set. Now you can label your clothing properly with things like: beautiful, sassy, strong, healthy, etc. Kinda fun, right?
You can go pick up your copy of these designs right HERE.
Don’t own a die cutting machine like a Silhouette or Cricut? No sweat! We have included an extra file type (PNG) that will allow you to work with the designs however you’d like. We even had someone print on fabric using their at-home printer and sewed the labels in that way. Pretty clever, huh?
Here are some other ideas:
— Go old school and use an iron on transfer paper and your at-home printer.
— Use Heat Transfer Vinyl and your die cutter.
— Try your hand at Freezer Paper Stenciling. (Dana from Made Everyday has a great tutorial HERE.)
And just as a handy little tip from someone who has been using tags like these for a while now, I like to cut a bunch of tags on my Silhouette, weed them, lay them on a piece of parchment paper and then cut them out. That way, they’re ready to go when I need them. No fuss!
As always, we love to see what you make from our goodies! Please feel free to share with us over in the Patterns for Pirates Facebook Group! And make sure to come back tomorrow to see what else we’ve cooked up this week for you! Happy Holidays, Friends!
Love the tags and instructions for how to use with a regular printer!
Sue Bernhard says
is there heat transfer paper or other iron on paper you can use for these tags?
Any ideas on why I can’t see any pictures on the blog posts? I can see pictures on the front pages of patterns but if I click on the pattern info page there are no pictures there either, makes no difference if I’m on a mobile or desktop.
Maybe try clearing your cache on both your computer and phone? I haven’t heard of this being an issue for anyone else, so I’m thinking it’s something with your browsers.
Where can I find the instructions on how to use with a regular printer?
Amy Hardman says
I have a Mac and I can’t figure out how to mirror image when printing on the iron on transfer paper