Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Treats for The Teacher Tuesday...EDITABLE LABELS!


Hi everyone! I am so excited that I've learned how to make my products editable for you.  I've had lots of requests, so I knew I needed to get moving on this.  I couldn't have done it without the help of this fabulous blogger, Mrs. Stanford.  I watched her awesome Youtube tutorial and learned in a snap! {Thank you Jessica!}
This leads me right into my Treats for the Teacher Tuesday...
All day TODAY ONLY, you can grab a copy of my Glitter and Chalk Classroom labels! If you want to grab them "as is" and "PDF Printer Ready," Click {HERE}.  This is what they look like:
Of course, if you want to change the font up to suit your own font fancy, you can do that too! I am pleased to present you with the editable version (Power-Point Ready) of the labels.  Grab them by clicking below!


Grab them while you can...after today, they'll be in my stores :)
I am currently working on medium and large size labels as well, to fit a variety of classroom bins. 

Please follow if you download and leave me a comment to let me know what you think! Have a label suggestion? I'd love to hear that too!

Although this post is coming today, I actually created the labels on Monday...so that means I am linking up with 4th Grade Frolics! Wow, is her Made-It-Monday Linky incredible or what?? So many talented teachers out there!

Have a great day everyone, and happy labeling!

39 comments:

  1. These are GREAT!!! I need to learn how to make editable products! I love all the glitter!

    Marcy
    Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

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  2. Thanks so much Mary! Glitter makes me happy too, hahah!

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  3. Tracey, the labels are adorable!! Thanks for sharing!!

    :) Tamra and Sarah
    First Grade Buddies

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  4. Tracey, I love your labels! I am excited to get them printed and laminated! Thank you so much for sharing with us!
    Julie

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  5. I used that same tutorial, and it was perfect! So easy to follow and understand. Your labels look great!!

    Aimee
    Primarily Speaking

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  6. I love Mrs. Stanford's tutorials. I have used them so many times! Thank you for sharing these GREAT labels!

    Marcy
    SearchingForTeacherBalance

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  7. Thank you for sharing. I was needing to make some labels but these are way cuter than I would have come up with. Too cute!

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  8. Your labels are fantastic! Thank you so much for the free download... I am sure I'll find use for them this school year! Thank you, thank you!

    Elizabeth
    Seconds at the Beach

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  9. Thank you! An absolutely gorgeous freebie :)

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  10. Thank you! Love love love the glittery labels!

    Erin
    Projects & Polkadots

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  11. Thank you! Just what I needed :)
    Angie

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  12. These labels are GREAT! Thank you so much! ~Deb
    Crafting Connections

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  13. I just finished scrubbing out our bins getting them ready for next year and lo and behold what an awesome find. Thanks so much I can't wait to put them on my bins.

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  14. Ohmigosh I watched Jessica's video tutorial just a week ago and now I can't get enough of making editable products! I cannot believe how easy it is. So glad so many bloggers are willing to share their knowledge... especially through video!
    Colleen :-)
    Fun and Fearless in First

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  15. I LOVE THESE!!! Thank you SO much for both versions! Your labels helped guide my decorative choices for my room this year! =) Thank you!!!

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  16. Thanks so much for the amazing freebie!

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  17. Your labels are so cute! Thank you for the freebie!

    Kayla
    Primary Junction

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  18. Thank you so much for these!

    Kristi
    disneymum.wordpress.com

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  19. These are ridiculously cute! The font you used is fantastic! Sketch block would look great too. Thanks so much for the editable version.

    Carol
    Super Sparkly in Second

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  20. These will make any room pop! You rock. Smiles and stop by anytime!

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