You know I am obsessed with labels. Like everything in my house should be labeled. And if it isn’t then it is probably because I am working on creating new labels for it. Now not everything needs a permanent label. So I decided to transform Silhouette window cling into labels and I am going to show you how you can do this to make custom removable labels.

How To Use Silhouette Window Cling To Create Custom Labels

This post is sponsored by Silhouette, Inc. All thoughts, ideas, and opinions are my own. Some links may contain affiliates.

Materials

Tutorial

Step One

Open Silhouette Studio on your computer. Then open a new document. Since we are using Silhouette window cling, make sure you set up your document with the window cling dimensions. AND make sure you turn on the printing edges so you can make sure your labels will print off perfectly!

Step Two

Click the text button to create text. Then add in the words you want on the labels. Easy peasy!

Step Three

Change the font and colors on the words if you want. For this project, I decided to do colorful since the beads are rather colorful.

Step Four

Once you are happy with the words and they are inside the printing boarder, you get to print the labels out onto your printer. Make sure you insert the paper the correct way so it prints on the window cling and not the back. Not saying I did that or anything!!

Step Five

Go back into Silhouette Studio and create a cut line around each of the words in your document. Remove the text so the Silhouette will only cut around your words. Send the window cling through the Silhouette to cut.

Step Six

Then add the window cling to each item to label.

Seriously it is that easy! Now go grab some Silhouette window cling and get labeling!

Organizing & Decorating Tips to Save Your Sanity

Setting Expectations for Your Kids is Key to a Tidy House

Hey there!

Are you ready to declutter your life? 

It can be super overwhelming trying to tackle your entire home. But when you start small, you can make huge progress!

Take the burden off of you! And join the free Clear The Clutter Challenge.

The challenge is breaking up decluttering into small, manageable steps you can do to declutter your entire home with ease!

Ready To Get Your Home Organized Once And For All?

Use my easy-to-follow e-learning courses to walk you through organizing your family, your home, and your kids!

Live With Less Framework

The Live With Less Framework is a practical guide to owning less and living more. You will learn how to change your mindset so you can get rid of stuff without guilt, create action plans for physical areas of your home, and maintain order throughout your home with ease.

The Organized Kids Academy

The Organized Kids Academy is a comprehensive program that will guide your kids through five organizing projects and additional lessons to help them keep their spaces tidy. PLUS you will get access to videos that show you how to teach organizing skills to your children!! 

Virtual School Set-Up Masterclass

In this masterclass, ee cover how to set up seating options that aren't just at a desk! Yes, your kiddos need a desk space, but did you know that by providing them with 3-5 seating options, they are able to keep their focus for longer periods of time?? This is based on research for how students learn.

Latest from the Blog

Organizing Paper Like a Professional

Organizing Paper Like a Professional

One of the most popular questions I get asked about is how to organize paper! We all have some sort of paper problem, whether that's unorganized important paper or straight up clutter. Between the bills, letters from family, and year-end report cards - it can feel...

read more

I'm Jessica

I am a mom to two kiddos + a fur baby. I am wife to Ben. I enjoy coffee, gluten-free desserts, and sleeping in. And I am The Organized Mama. 

I help families make the every day more enjoyable with practical organizing, decorating, + diy tutorials to maintain order in your home!

As Seen In

better homes and gardens image
parents magazine logo
people.com logo
rachel ray logo
apartment therapy logo
the boston glove logo
0