Monday, August 2, 2010

Brown Paper Bag Labels

Getting ready for some off line events means I need to price some items. I love crafting with brown paper bags and wanted to use them some how in my pricing. I figured my re-usable shopping bags and produce bags were the perfect place to add some brown bag labels.

I cut up a shopping bag, by removing the handles, and the bottom. Next each bag has a seam, cutting at that point either on a side or the middle back. So I had one large piece of brown paper.

I then ironed just to remove some of the biggest creases, or flatten a little more, you can't really remove creases but you can manage them more.

Next, simply cut into 8.5 x 11 inch sheets, I was able to get 4 from a single bag. I was able (with the consent of my husband) put these through our laser printer.

I just used Word to create my labels, print, cut and use a staple to attach to my items.







Be sure to recycle what you don't use or save for another crafting project!

6 comments:

Donna said...

Thanks for sharing, This is a really sweet idea.

Diane Costanza said...

What agreat idea!

We don't see many brown bags around here in NY. Mostly plastic, which I recycle for our wastebaskets. But occasionally I come across one.

This is a great re-purposing of a paper bag. Thanks for sharing it!

Diane

Katrinshine said...

Very nice! Great idea

Angie said...

I love this idea! I will have to find a way to incorporate something like this into my packaging.

backhomeagain said...

I LOVE it! Thanks for the great idea...

Rassell brad said...

Looking very cute bags. I think these are the most demand full bags for today's market.

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