Here's what you need:
Freezer paper (I bought Reynold's brand from Walmart)
First, iron your fabric really well. I used a stiffer cotton because I didn't want super thin labels. Make sure your fabric is larger than 8.5 x 11". Next, iron a sheet of freezer paper onto the fabric, following the instructions on the package. Make sure this is also larger than 8.5 x 11".
Next, measure and cut your fabric/freezer paper sheet into exactly 8.5 x 11" (or whatever printer paper size you use in your printer). I used a rotary mat and cutter to be very precise.
Finally, design your labels (I used Photoshop, but you could easy just use a word processor) and send your fabric through your printer!
|These were designed for some napkins I'm making, but obviously, you could use your shop name, your name, or whatever you like!|
So there you have it - easy, cheap fabric labels. I hope you try it!