From time to time I get offers from various companies to try out their products. So when Dutch Label Shop got in touch and I had a look at their products, I said “yes please!”. As well as labels like these, they do care labels, size labels, hanging tags etc and if you’re interested in starting your own line of handmade products this could be an excellent port of call for you. Labels like these are also handy as hanging loops and in instances where you can’t readily tell the front and back of the garment between each other; a label can solve the problem! (I think I saw a post on IG where someone had their labels printed with “this is the back” for that very reason, lol).
I was nowhere near as imaginative and witty as that. I blanked when I was placing my order so just used my name. (Hey, maybe I could start my own line of handmade products!) I got some for me and some blue ones for little man, to sew into his school clothes etc. I think he may well have the poshest labels in school, ha ha!
As a side note, I can’t work out how the label is as smooth on the reverse as it is on the front. Labels I’ve seen in the past have always had a loose weave on the back. AND the ends don’t seem to fray either. These really do have a quality feel to them. (And I’m not just saying that because I got some free. Nominette once sent me some labels too; and while those were perfectly good, I’d say these are of a superior quality.)
Dutch Label Co sent me a code that allowed me to have a certain number of labels. That was waaaaay more than I will ever use. So I decided to use my voucher to order 30 more generic ones that I could give away to one of you. And these are they….
If you like them and fancy adding them to your habby stash; simply leave a comment below. That’s it. (But if you want to give me a follow on IG, I’m getting very close to a milestone on there!) Open worldwide. Closes for entries at Midnight GMT on Sunday 11th March. Winner notified by email.