Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Another jar

Got another jar label made up, this time I just typed out the words in Microsoft Word and then printed it out. I just used regular printer paper, no problems with it sticking to the jar, just that when I wash the extra glue off with water I have to be careful or it will rip the paper. I am now on a mission to find some old graphics I can use to make some more.

12 comments:

Kath said...

Oh that turned out GREAT!
I have been making my own labels too. I burn the edges just a bit and that adds a lot of age to the label too!
Love how yours are turning out!
Have a great day!
hugs-Kath

Michelle said...

hello! I just discovered your blog and love it! I saw in your profile that you are in the process of adopting? Hubby and I adopted a newborn girl...we came home from the hospital with her on our 15th anniversary. I have a blog about the adoption journey at www.mydaisybelle.blogspot.com The first post details my ovarian disease and how the opportunity to adopt came about. Blessings to you!
Michelle
www.PetersonCreekPrimitives.com
www.PetersonCreekPrimitives.blogspot.com

UPON A HILL said...

Jar looks good! Try the Graphics Fairy for some good graphics.



http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/

EclecticStitcher said...

If you would really like a prim look, just change your font to Blackadder ~ very 18th century! It should be a standard font.
Best wishes on your adoption ;o)
Lauralee >^.^<

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Looks awesome! You are a clever little thing, aren't you? :)

A Hole in the Basket Primitives - Ann said...

Great idea to make your own. I think I will have to try. I've been collecing free graphics for a while now and could incorporate into a label. Thanks. ~Ann

Back in the Day said...

Love how the jar turned out! I am definately going to give making my own labels a try! Yours are very inspriring!
Nicole

Debbi said...

Thank you ladies. Michelle congrats on the adoption, hoping ours happens soon.
Thanks for the graphic link, will check it out.

Gen said...

great job I love it

Rosemary said...

I love how that jar turned out!

Thanks for sharing!
Rosemary

Sherrie said...

Jars look great! Thanks for sharing the info with us. Wishing you and your hubby the best. Sherrie

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Just wanted to tell you how much I love the shutter shelf on your "logo" at the top of your page. It is fantastic!