Thursday, November 5, 2015

Woven Damask, Flat

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Woven Damask, Hem Label
Woven Hem Labels
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Woven Damask, Center folded
Woven apparel labels
ClothingLabels4U did a fantastic job.  This was the first sew on label our company used so we were unsure of the process or what exactly we needed.  Lisa and her staff patiently walked us through the process and gave us exactly what we wanted.  Great samples, great support, great turnaround! 11/15

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  • Cardboard tubes, cut into 2-inch pieces
  • Scrapbook paper in fall shades
  • White card stock
  • Small buttons
  • White string
  • Tools: scissors, white craft glue, cutting board, glue stick
  1. Cut scrapbook paper into 6-inch wide strips, long enough to wrap around the tube. Use glue stick to cover the tube and tuck the excess inside the tube.
  2. Cut white card stock into strips (5½" x ¾") using the pattern provided.
  3. Use glue stick to attach the card stock collar around the top of the tube.
  4. Tie string into small bows and use white craft glue to attach to the collar. A toothpick is helpful for moving the bow around and keeping glue off your fingers.
  5. Glue small buttons to the front below the center of the collar.
  6. Allow the glue to dry completely before using.

Pinecone Bird Feeder


  • Large pinecones
  • Ice pop sticks
  • Mixing bowl
  • Birdseed
  • Natural string
  • Scissors
  • Thumb tacks


  1. Place any tight pinecones in a 300-degree oven for about 10 minutes to open them. Use an ice-pop stick to spread a layer of peanut butter or suet all over the inner "petals" of the pinecone. Set the pinecone in a mixing bowl filled with birdseed mix. Roll the pinecone in the seed mixture.
  2. Attach string to the top of the pinecone for hanging. Push a thumbtack into the bottom of the cone, wrap tack with another length of string, and tie to the top of another cone. Repeat process until desired length is achieved. Hang bird feeder, and replenish with birdseed as necessary.