I had the idea to make my own signature sprinkle mix ever since I saw the Amy Sedaris sprinkle mix
around Christmas time. Of course I knew I would want to hand out my sprinkles in true vintage style, so I came up with a label that works with these retro sprinkle bottles. The little girl is from an actual vintage sprinkle label, and I think works perfectly with these jars. Besides being a great party favor (our next crafternoon we are making faux cakes and I felt like this would be the perfect party favor) I think they would be so fun as a party activity! Put out a bunch of different kinds of sprinkles, give everyone a bowl for mixing and a jar to fill, each person can create their own signature sprinkle mix to take home. Continue reading
Today I have a very long (and photo heavy tutorial on how to sew up my kitty loaf fabric which you can find at Spoonflower here
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Today I have a little gift that I hope will encourage you to put pen to paper and write some letters! I have 3 free printable sheets of silly donut and tea mailing labels. I’ve made them in two different sizes depending on your envelope size.
download the labels here
I had mine printed with a laser printer on standard paper. I cut mine out with scissors (using an x-acto blade to cut out a few center pieces) Then I ran mine through my Xyron
sticker maker. Alternatively you could print them on sticker paper, or use regular paper and a glue stick to attach them to your envelopes.
Then write in your address, I like to use micron pens
since they have such a great variety of tip size. You could also use a program like Photoshop to fill in the addresses before printing.
**For personal use only. Personal use means non-commercial use of the labels/images including copies and print outs for yourself, your personal crafts/scrapbooking and to give to friends. The labels/images may not be used in any way whatsoever in which you charge money, collect fees, or receive any form of remuneration.***