How do you fare?
Do you bother to label them at all?
How about totes and pouches?
It was back in July of last year that I received my order of 100 quilt labels from the ikaprint store. It was in this post that I shared how much I loved my new labels and showed off how they looked on a newly finished GenX-Aztec quilt, for which I also shared a free tutorial on making that quilt. This past week I used my 33rd label from that 100 label order when I finished my Zany ZebraZ quilt.
These labels are made by Fatih Demirtas of IKA Products.
Fatih is based in Paris, France.
She make the most handsome and stylish bags and totes.
And blogs about them here on her site.
I don't make the labels.
I provide a storefront for ordering the labels from my site.
But my contact information is provided in case you have any concerns.
So you will still be dealing with someone you know if you do have any questions!
For each order of labels from the My Own Quilt Labels store, I currently earn $1.88
And all those little $1.88's have been adding up! So I am paying it forward! And am offering this little giveaway from My Own Quilt Labels to celebrate those sales.
Who wants to win a chance to Make Your Own Quilt Labels for FREE?!!!
How do you enter the giveaway contest?
Follow the instructions on the RaffleCopter.com widget below!
This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on March 28th and notified by email.
Be sure to leave your email address on the Rafflecopter widget.
Best of luck in the Giveaway!
And remember to....
Keep On Quilting On!
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