Studio Inspiration: Embossing Powder Labels
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a new way to store and organize all of the supplies in your studio/craft room that is both functional and looks pretty! :)
I keep all my embossing powders in one of the drawers of my storage cubby’s. Perfect place for them; they all fit neatly inside, snug together. The only problem is when I go to find a color I need… I am left digging through the drawer attempting to find a particular powder jar amongst a sea of others. So a solution was needed; labeled jars!
About 95% of my embossing powder jars all had the same sized lid, measuring 1 1/2″ inches in diameter. With that as my guide, I soon designed a 1 1/4″ circle label, featuring the font “Janda Stylish Script”, and printed the labels out on white cardstock.
The 1 7/16″ die in the Spellbinders Large Standard Cirlces set worked as the perfect die to cut each of my labels out. I cut the printed sheet into strips so that they would fit into my Big Shot, and using some wash tape to hold the die in place, I cut each label out.
Once all the labels were die cut, I adhered them to the tops of all my jars! I am so pleased with how they turned out and how much easier I can now find the color I need for my projects!
I’ve also included downloads of the template I created for my labels below for you to use as well. Another neat way to really customize these labels would be to print them out on colored cardstock… and even color coordinate the cardstock with the powder inside the jar! So many possibilities!
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