Llama’s are totally the trend right now. I have seen them in party decor, pictures, and all the memes!! So I thought I would jump on this llama trend and create adorable llama labels for our art station in our play room. Because what art station wouldn’t be complete without llamas?!?!
The Cutest Llama Labels
- Newton’s Nook Loveable Llama Die Cut Set
- Xyron Creative Station Lite with Laminate & Permanent Adhesive Refill
- Xyron 1.5″ Sticker Maker
- Die Cutting Machine
- Rainbow Cardstock
- Tombow Monotwin Pen
- Rainbow Cart with Wheels
Cut out the llama die cuts on the rainbow card stock. Make sure to cut out the sunglasses, one in each color, as well!
Take the 1.5″ sticker maker and put each pair of sunglasses through the slit. Pull the sticker maker down. Rub the sheet before you peel off the top adhesive.
Adhere each pair of sunglasses to the llama die cut outs. I went with different colors on different llamas. I thought it was a fun touch to the llama labels.
Lay out the llamas so you know which drawer you want each label to go onto. Write on each llama label using the Tombow Monotwin pen. Don’t have handwriting you love? This pen is amazing because you can write with the thin side, then go over parts of the letters using the thicker side to create a faux calligraphy look!
Lay two llama labels in the Xyron Creative Station Lite with the permanent AND laminate refill. This refill is perfect because you create a laminated sticker at adhere to the drawers.
Cut out each individual llama. I didn’t cut out super close to the llama label, but left a little edge surrounding the label.
Peel off the backing of the label and adhere to the drawer.
Repeat for all the llamas!
I absolutely adore these llama labels! They are the perfect for our play space!
And Xyron and Newton’s Nook are doing giveaways over on their Facebook pages!! Xyron is giving away a Mega Runner and Newton’s Nook is giving away $25 worth of products (so you can totally snag these llama die cuts)!! Just leave a comment on their page and you are entered!!
Want more tips for organizing kids’ art supplies? Check out these posts!!
Still unsure where to start?? I can help by creating these custom llama labels just for you! Head to the shop to snag your own!