this sassy template for a multitude of projects…try creating custom
calling cards, labels for your child’s books, use on scrapbook layouts or just as a quick gift tag to keep in your stationery drawer! Zebra goes with EVERYTHING, you know 😉
Here’s a few ideas!
Make a simple calling card for a friend…or a pre-teen with a new cell number! Place several of the cards in a PRETTY PACKAGE and give as a gift.
numbers, blog and “mama to” info to pass your contact info quickly to
other mama’s, the school or the doctor’s office.
“this book belongs to” labels to pop into the front inside cover of
Abby’s books. And she can use one for a bookmark too.
(I used some digital art that I created –the butterfly as well as digi art by Celeste Rockwood Jones– the chandelier— to create the projects above. Cute fonts from kevinandamanda.com were used as well.)
- Just click on the IMAGE above to open the downloadable file; right click on the image to save the jpeg file to your computer to use again and again!
- Work with the jpeg
file in Microsoft Word (insert the jpeg image; resize the image to 8 1/2″ x
11″ and center it on the page; add text boxes to type information into the white space of the
cards/labels) or other word processing software.
- Work with the document file in your favorite photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop to add your custom text.
- Print these on photo paper or presentation paper .
- Use your printers photo quality setting for best results.
- If you prefer to work with a pdf file you may download it here: DIY CALLING CARD LABELS
Thanks so much for dropping in to CUT & CREATE with me! Look for more CUT & CREATE printables coming soon!