8000 Freebie #2 – Editable Labels

Posted on Thursday, August 16th, 2012

It’s already been a week since Freebie #1! I have been seeing lots of back to school posts and my little girl starts kindergarten on Monday! Someone pinch me!

My little guy still has a few weeks before preschool, but I am already stocked up on school supplies for both of them! I have to label a lot of things, from snacks, to folders, to pencil boxes so I decided to make labels for them that I can keep in a drawer to stick on anything they need as we go through the year. I did it last year and it turned out so helpful to have them handy! I decided if I was making them for my two, I should make them to share with you all too!

I made these labels editable so you can fill in your own text using Adobe Reader (make sure you are using the newest version for the best results – it’s a free download from www.adobe.com ). They are made to type one name or phrase per page, so when you type into one, it will automatically fill out the rest on the page. I did 6 designs in the hope that there would be something for everyone! These can be used for teachers to label things that stay in their class, or you can even type “Thank you! From Charlotte” and use these on party favors!

I zipped up all 6 designs with the instructions so you will download the zipped up file and when you open it you will have all six files – pirate, car, green stripes, rainbow, flowers, and fairies!

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE LABELS HERE!

0 thoughts on “8000 Freebie #2 – Editable Labels

  1. Lisa I. on said:

    Ooh, I love these! The rainbow is my favorite :) Thank you!!!

  2. Kippie on said:

    Link doesn’t work anymore.

  3. chelsey on said:

    Oh my goodness, thank you! Found you on Pinterest. The car labels will put the finishing touch on the food table for my son’s second (car) birthday party!

  4. Marina on said:

    would i be able to change the colors of one i liked to match my theme for a party?

  5. Padrisimas!! :D Beautiful!! Gracias!

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