7/26/10

Make Custom Labels Like These To Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose and Recycle Containers
I used a free graphic from The Graphics Fairy
To Make These Vintage Style French Labels. 
 I Added The Words and
Changed The Sizing in Photoshop.  I Then Printed Them On Cardstock and Used a Rubber Stamper To Add The Special
Delivery Notice.   The  Par Avion Tags
Were Made Using Photo Shop Also.
I Used The Par Avion Tags As A Strip  Sealer
  For The Boxes
And For Closing The Top Of The Cellophane
Cookie Bags
I Had Been Saving These Containers
To Repurpose Them For Packaging For Gifting. 
These Containers Were Originally
From Starbucks and Came With Mixed Fruit and Nuts In Them.  The Incense and Cookies I Put In These Boxes Were Put In Cello Bags First and Then Put Inside The Boxes.
These Labels Were Great For Incense Gifting
 And Cookie Gifting
My Next Project Will Be To Repurpose
This Black Bottomed Box That Tea Came In.
For Those Who Would Rather Purchase Labels and Not Make Their Own, I Will Be Offering These In My Etsy Shop. 
They Will Be Available As A Set Of 4 Tags With 4 Par Avion Strip Tags,  and Can Be Made With Your Specified
Custom Wording On Them
And You Can  Specify The Size You Need For
Your Repurposed Containers
Click HERE to see my Etsy Listing for This Label Set
Today I Will Be Linking This Post Up To
Brag Monday at The Graphics Fairy
Thanks For Stopping In Today At Visions Of Bliss....
Let's All Make A Difference By Remembering To

REDUCE.......REUSE......REPURPOSE......RECYCLE

Until next time....I wish you Peace....

18 comments:

  1. I saw these at Brag Monday...really well done. I love her images...one could say I have an addiction?

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  2. Found you on Brag Monday! Love your labels...and re-purposing the 'kraft-y' containers is an awesome idea. I too am a Graphics Fairy fan!

    www.mementosdesigns.blogspot.com

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  3. These are phenomenal...really gorgeous--what a fantastic project you did!!
    I love it!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  4. your labels are really cool, the stamping adds a nice touch to the picture. It is a geat touch for home made goodies!

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  5. These are great, Carolee, and really dress up an otherwise plain container. So many great gift giving ideas from this!

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  6. I love the boxes, brilliant project.

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  7. Des étiquettes très originales. J'aime bien la petite "french touch" !!!

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  8. Fabulous labels!! You did a wonderful job on them, they look very professional!
    Thanks so much for linking this up to Brag Monday.

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  9. I agree with Karen, they look very professional.

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  10. What a wonderful idea. I love the Eiffel Tower too. Thank you for visiting and your sweet comments. The background I used on the tray is scrapbook paper. European Travel paper pad from Paper House Production.

    Rebecca

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  11. what a great recycling idea

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  12. This a wonderful post today. The vintage labels are just perfect!

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  13. Felicidades por tu bello trabajo .
    Un abrazo .

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  14. Absolutely beautiful and brilliant! It is so inspiring to see the way that talented people, like yourself, are taking repurposing to a high art form.

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  15. Those are REALLY cute little labels! I LOVE them! :) Absolutely adorable!

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  16. Thanks so much for being a follower of Katsui blog. We are having a giveaway (drawing this Monday) to thank our first hundred followers..

    Kat and Suz
    Katsui

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  17. Vintage+Paris=Love

    Those are great!

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