Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Easy Class Library Labels

Today I made these simple labels for the baskets in my class library.

I started with clear address labels...

I downloaded cute fonts like this one for free at Kevin and Amanda. Then I printed the titles/genres onto the address labels.

I stuck them onto pieces of cute scrapbook paper.

After I cut them out, I attached them to strips of glittered cardstock. (This was half off at Hobby Lobby today, along with all the pads of scrapbooking paper!)

I love these, and I cannot wait to put these on my book baskets!


  1. Great idea...I was in Hobby Lobby yesterday for paper and was resigned to the fact I was going to spend $20 for a pack of paper that I liked 3 sheets...check out...1/2 price...made my day.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. This is such a great idea! It looks like it was made with a cricut but it seems so much easier! :)

  3. Thanks ladies! When I first started this project, I tried to cut out the words on The Slice (like cricut) but then I realized this would be MUCH faster.

  4. Love them. I saw great packs of card stock at Home Goods of all places. Got a NYC theme for my Big Apple/Broadway classroom. Only $7 for 50.

  5. Very cute! I am a new reader and I just love your blog! I think we could be friends!

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