Put Your Name On It With Wunderlabel.com!

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I was so excited to share this product with you that it took me what felt like forever just to come up with a title for this post. “Put Your Name On It” is the best I could come up with and I think it goes so well with the brand that I want to share with you. Wunderlabel.com makes custom labels, hang tags, stickers and ribbon so that you can put your name or brand name on all of your handmade products. These are some of the products and the great deals that they offer:


For my review I chose to go with the Custom Woven Labels. Ordering is super easy and I was able to place my order in less than 15 minutes. They offer both iron-on and sew-on labels but I chose to go with the iron-on labels. I customized my labels with an outline and text. I could have added my logo as well but I wanted to go with just text first to see how they came out. I placed my order on May 16th. My order was shipped to me on May 23rd and I received it on May 26th. Below is a picture of the labels I ordered and received.


I am very happy with how they turned out. I ironed some on right away to see how good they stuck on.


The iron-on labels have a paper backing that you peel off. Under the paper backing it is sticky. I placed the label on the fabric where I wanted it to be then covered it with some cotton fabric. I ironed over the area where the label was placed with my iron on the cotton setting with no steam. I ironed it for about 20 seconds, removed the cotton fabric then set it aside to let it cool. After 15 minutes I tried to peel the label off the fabric. No go…the label was stuck on there pretty good which is just what I wanted. After that I went a little crazy and started a whole bunch of projects so I could try it on more fabrics.


The best part of using iron-on labels is that you can iron them on the cut pieces of fabric before you sew them together or you can iron-on them on the finished product. Sometimes when you are sewing something it is hard to gauge exactly where to put your label. When your item is finished you get a better idea of where your label should be placed. With sew-on labels you have to sew them on before hand but with iron-on labels you can wait until you are done.


I am so happy with these labels from Wunderlabel.com! They look great on my bags and all my other items that I sell in The Steady Hand Etsy Shop.

And don’t forget! Putting labels on your handmade items makes them look more put together and professional. It also helps with building your brand. Check out Wunderlabel on Facebook and Wunderlabel on Pinterest for inspiration and great deals.

Thank you very much to Wunderlabel.com for allowing me to try their iron-on labels and share my experience with my readers!

PS…Let me know if you try or have tried their products in the comments. I would love to hear about your experience and what you bought!

I'd love to hear what you think!

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