Sometimes all it takes is a small detail to turn a nice gift into a really nice gift. I made a bunch of beeswax candles this week, and I finished them off with monogram labels.
Don’t they look nice?
If you’d like to make some to give as gifts (or to enjoy in your own home), you can!
Just open the file. Add your monogram to the text fields. Then, hit “Ctrl” + “E” to bring up the text menu and select the font you’d like to use. You can use any font that you have loaded on your computer. Both of the fonts that I used are available as a free download. You can get them here:
Script – Janda Stylish Monogram
Decorative Caps – Regal
I printed my monograms on full-size label sheets, so I could attach them like stickers (use Avery 8165, if you have an inkjet, or Avery 5265, if you have a laser printer.), but you could also print them on paper and glue or tape them on.
But don’t dive into your project just yet because I have more for you …
See these nature-themed labels?
You can print them, too.
And these classy brown labels?
Yep, they’re also available as a free printable.
Font Used: Fanwood
Download It Here: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/fanwood
And since I’m on a roll here, let’s go one more round. Because these monogram labels …
are also available to print. They have a clear background, so you can print them on any sort of paper you’d like. I printed mine on kraft paper.
And if you aren’t the candlemaking sort, or you just need a quick gift. Here’s an idea for you: Just buy some inexpensive candles (I found these on clearance at Big Lots) and swap the manufacturer labels out with your own.
Doesn’t that look so much nicer? Like I said, sometimes it’s the small details that make a gift truly special.
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These monogram labels are intended for personal use only. They may not be used on any commercial products.