Wednesday, February 22, 2012

I Heart You Lip Balm Labels

This probably never happens to you, but I bought a set of cute Christmas lip balms for ER to give my friend Margaret's two daughters.  Then I temporarily misplaced them until they were  rediscovered while cleaning out the office last week.  I didn't want to hold on to them for a year, so I made these cute little graphics and printed them out onto Avery Sticker Project Paper.  Peel and stick right over the Santa Claus and Elves on the lip balms and no ones the wiser :)
Here is a better look at the label

Credits: Litabells Design (You and I Kit): Pink Ribbon, Meredith Cardall Designs (Love is in the Air Kit) Blue & Green String, Blue & Green Flags, Heart, Kristen CB Designs (Love is in the Air Kit) blue rick rack, WM[Squared] (Crazy Love - Mini): I Heart You Word Art, heart paper

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5 Friends Said:

Lindsay said...

What a very cute little way to dress up lip balm! I know my girls would love this! Thanks for sharing!

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Very cute idea :o) It's been a bit since I've done some blog visiting...but finally able to visit some of my favorite blogs that are on my sidebar...and wanted to stop and say hello! hope all is well with you and your family.

Blessings & Aloha!

K said...

This idea is so cute!!!! i really love the idea!!!! i am putting these in the easter bags i make for my girls friends!!

love K

beautifulmess said...

Hi, I was googling for lip balm label templates and came upon this post. Those are really cute labels you created! What size did you make them?

Katie from Katie's Nesting Spot said...

Thanks beautiful mess! Your profile doesn't have an email attached to it so I can't reply directly so I will try to answer your question here.

I don't remember the exact dimensions I just measured the lip balm containers I was covering and adjusted my image to fit it.

To get the circular measurement around the tube, I used a piece of string. I wrapped it around the container and then held it up to a ruler to get a close approximation. Hope this helps!

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