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Old 01-09-2008, 11:02
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Anyone know how to make these and the materials needed to do it? For instance what are they printed on? Or can anyone recommend a source to purchase them?

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Rene...I've seen lots of these on Ebay...search custom clothing labels or custom labels!!
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I've been going back and forth between this forum and eBay. I found some real nice ones that have your logo on them, garment size, and care instructions on the back. They are 10.99 for 30 and 29.99 for 90. I guess that is not a bad price I just thought if I could find what they print them on then I could do my on. I'm not sure printing supplies would warrant printing my own though. Currently I have bought the printable fabric sheets at Walmart that you can iron in/on the garment.
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I think that could get expensive...unless you have your cartridges refilled at Walgreen's LOL That does seem rather steep though doesn't it...hmmm...let's keep looking
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The sheets I bought had three sheets in the pack for about 9.00 (guessing-don't remember). I was able to get a bunch of labels from one sheet because mine were small and rectangular in shape. They just had a small design, company name and website on them ( my website designer made a templat for me and I just resized and printed my on).
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I've bought mine from http://www.me-dezines.com/labels.html

So far so good, and I really like that she worked with me to use my own fonts, etc so that the labels match my business cards, etc. The one in my daughter's clothes haven't faded at all after lots of trips through the washer.
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I recall seeing instructions on how to make these labels as well..

One could still make their own.

Here's the how to: Print to Fabric with InkJet Printers: How to

And it will also tell ya what you need to get.

I've done the wax paper method and it did work. But alas, I do not hv Bubble Jet Set 2000 (to make it washable) to *play* with. Next item to be in my to-get list...lol...
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The sheets I bought had three sheets in the pack for about 9.00 (guessing-don't remember). I was able to get a bunch of labels from one sheet because mine were small and rectangular in shape. They just had a small design, company name and website on them ( my website designer made a templat for me and I just resized and printed my on).
Have you tried washing with it? I don't know about you but i was using this before by Junetailor.com .. BTW, mine was a FABRIC SHEETS where you print on the fabric itself (not Iron ON) and i made it as my label.. but after a few wash it goes off... and then i decided to have a real woven/laser label and invested $$$$ but it's worth it..
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I've bought mine from http://www.me-dezines.com/labels.html

So far so good, and I really like that she worked with me to use my own fonts, etc so that the labels match my business cards, etc. The one in my daughter's clothes haven't faded at all after lots of trips through the washer.
i would definitely go for this one for label and care.. thanks for sharing!!
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i would definitely go for this one for label and care.. thanks for sharing!!
No I haven't. I wasn't sure that I wanted to use them for clothing or hairbows because all they have on them is my business name and web address. I do like the ones from the above site.
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