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Labels for crafts

Do you sell crafts? Check out our new designs!

We’ve created some unique designs for people who sell hand-work. You knit scarf or gloves or templates you might be glass and sell? We have designs which are perfect for use on labels, you should have all the goods you sell.

Labeling of goods

If you sell your own products, you should mark all products with a label so that customers, and customers’ friends and family have the opportunity to easily get in touch for more. With our new designs the labels no longer have to consist of pure text, but can have a suitable motif attached. If you want a motif that we have not yet made,  contac us – and we’ll make it for you.

Labels are avaible as iron-ons for labeling of textiles, and stickers for labelling glass, ceramics etc. The labels can withstand machine washing.

Examples of designs for hand crafts

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Labels for hand works can be bought here.

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Iron-on labels for textiles

Labelyourbelongings.com sell two kinds of nametags / labels – self adhesive and iron-ons. Iron-on labels can be applied to most fabrics with an iron. Iron-ons should be attached at high temperature for best results, but iron-ons can also be attached to fabric that can only withstand moderate heat. When iron on labels are attached they can withstand heavy use / wear and wash in the washing machine on high temperature, but it may be wise to wait a couple of hours after they are attached before washing.

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Iron-on labels can be bought here!

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Uses for name labels

We’ve got two types of name labels: Labels for clothing and textiles (iron-on) and labels for hard / smooth surfaces (adhesive). If you have both types, you’re able to label most things:


Name labels on the kids’ belongings

Name labels (aka: labels, name tags) can be used on nearly everything. Common uses are labeling clothes and belongings for use in the nursery school, school, leisure, sports, etc. If you label children’s clothes, bottles, food boxes, toys, etc. you’ll never lose or mix up your belongings with others’, which can be very costly in the long run.

Ie, loss of unmarked jacket – $50? $100? $200?

Labeling  adults’ belongings

Other areas where name labels are commonly used are elderly homes, elderly, nursing homes, communities, workplace, on uniforms, military, hospitals, etc. In short, any place where there’re many people and there’s a good chance of confusing belongings with someone else’s.

Name labels at home
Label books, DVD, CD, BlueRay, LP, MiniDisc collection with name labels. Then you’re sure of getting back all the movies or music you lend out. Why not label your collections?

(Model trains, racing track, RC vehicles).

Name labels in companies
Labels (tags) are a convenient way to mark clothing and objects with the name of your company, while labeling items with individuals’ name  will prevent confusion of personal items at the work place; eg. mobile phones, PDA’s, laptops and uniforms.

Get labels for businesses, companies and organizations here.

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You thought we got enough icons now? Nuh-uh : )

More animal icons for name labels

We receive wishes for new images/icons all the time, and do our best to fulfill those as fast as possible. It’s not really possible to have “enough” icons; part of our goal is to offer the best and most personal name labels on the market. This is why we’ve now added another three animal icons :-D

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