...without your own graphics program.
I needed a quilt label for a quilt I finished the other day. I usually use Paint Shop Pro for doing graphics, but that program will only work with windows, not on my Mac, and I didn't feel like pulling out the laptop, so...
I went to Avery site, the address label people. They have a really nice free program there to print labels of all kinds. I have used it for many sheets of address labels, small quilt tags, and even business cards.
You start here:
Then pick the category, Specialty Products
Then pick printable fabric sheet from menu.
It brought up this screen, which had the choice I wanted, something for a graduation gift. Click on the picture you want, or upload your own.
It brings up this screen:
Then you rotate and size the picture, remembering it will print on a 8.5 x11" sheet.
Add your text:
Then print it out on pretreated fabric ironed onto freezer paper. Voila, a quilt label!!
Here's mine on the back of the quilt.
I had added a few extra words, but you can get the idea. It was so weird that the one picture from the Avery site was exactly what I wanted and was even the right colors!!!!
No excuse for not putting on a nice label now, is there??
Have a great day.