I'd love to order printed tags since that would look a bit more professional. They are expensive and I usually have a hard time deciding on what I want. Since I'm running a handmade business handmade tags are also appropriate. So this is what I came up with.
1. Wrote text on word.
2. Printed that out (multiple tags per page).
3. Cut out each tag with a border enough to sew around.
4. Grab some thicker cardboard.
5. Sew on the tags to the cardboard (no glue needed!). You can experiment here. Sew zig zag or straight, all the way around or just two sides... Remember to use a old needle and don't use that one for sewing in fabric. And also I use my old sewing machine for sewing on paper. Don't dare to use by new one for that!
Neon is so in this summer, whether you like it or not. I'm really not sure that I like it. But yeah of course I'm a slave of trends and had to buy a couple of bottles of neon paint. This is the result.
I actually like it this way. Neon details are bright and fun! I would never wear a neon top or dress but details are actually kind of pretty.
Well these guys are pretty much hand sewn but some parts are sewn on machine. And I still love it!
These guys are Ophelia and Od. Made from scrap fabrics found at flea markets and actually a pair of my old corduroy pants! New life for old pants!
A Pfaff ambition 1.0. Its pink and I love it! I've been dreaming of a new sewing machine for a long time. I've only had a cheap brother machine that there is always problems with. A while ago I started my search for a machine and this one caught my eye. It has got a lot of extra fun seams (that I'll probably not use that much), it is pink, has got the pfaff idt system and well it has got a huge sewing space. The big sewing space was really why I bought this one. So far I love it and I'll probably be sewing a lot more now when I have a nice friend that really works.