Learn How to Make DIY Christmas Quilt Labels
Get this Festive Christmas Tree Printable PDF Quilt Label Bundle!
How to Make Your Own Quilt Labels
Christmas quilts are a seasonal favorite deserving a proper finishing touch. Get the pattern and learn how to make these DIY Christmas Tree Quilt Labels for your gifted quilts to deliver a special sentiment or message.
Also don’t forget your own holiday quilts, they need to be labeled too! By adding a quilt label, you are adding a bit more to your quilt’s story which will be read many times by those wrapped within.
Personalize Your Quilt LabelsGet Your DIY Christmas Tree Quilt Labels Now!
Personalizing your quilt label can be whatever you want. Here are some ideas to keep in mind. First, consider adding the recipients name and the occasion for such a meaningful gift. Also remember your quilt will last for many years and perhaps even generations. Let those using your quilt know the story behind its creation. Finally, always add your name and the year it was made. That will make it an extra special keepsake.
Start creating with this fun Christmas Collection of Quilt Labels for all your holiday quilt projects. Simple and quick to make, you’ll love how easily they enhance your quilt.
DIY Christmas Quilt Label Patterns
The bundle includes four individual quilt label patterns. Either print them onto printable fabric or use as an outline to create a label on any background fabric. The collection of four labels is provided in two different formats. The first is a printable page with preprinted text messages. The other page has no text, leaving you room to customize your own label message. Plus there are individual patterns for four different Christmas trees with multiple pages of detailed instructions. You will receive step-by-step instructions to complete your DIY Quilt Labels easily.
Tips for Printing Personalized DIY Quilt Labels
There are some important steps to keep in mind when printing your own DIY Quilt Labels. First, use printable fabric sheets and an ink jet printer. For the best results, set your printer properties to ‘Best Quality‘. This will allow more ink which gives you a better quality printed label.
Do not use transfer sheets as they are not permanent. The recommended printable fabric sheets are 100% cotton and stabilized to feed easily through the printer. Secondly. for writing on your label use a permanent marker that will not wick or bleed as it will make the writing difficult to read.
Once the labels are printed onto the fabric sheets, let it dry for 15 minutes or so. Then heat set the ink from the back, pressing with a warm (NOT HOT!) iron for more permanency. Sometimes the printable fabric sheets may have a bit of a curl at the edge. If this becomes a problem when feeding the sheets into the printer, simply give it a light pressing on the back side. This will smooth out and straighten the edges, making them easily fed into the printer.
Once this is complete, write the details you want included and sign your quilt label. Then I heat set the quilt label again, from the back. Once it cools, it may be trimmed if needed and prepped to be sewn onto your quilt back. Additionally, pressing a warm iron on the quilt label back can also help if you find the paper difficult to peel off. Then the paper will be easily removed.
Get Started Making Your Christmas Quilt Labels
Once you get started making your own quilt labels you may not want to stop. No problem, these adorable quilt label patterns have many other uses for holiday projects. Consider using them as gift tags or greeting cards. You can even make your own post cards and send them in the mail!
How ever you use your quilt labels, you will be delivering a heartfelt message to let someone know just how special they are. Get started today and see how many ways you can find to use your DIY Christmas Quilt Labels.
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