This week I am excited to share with you the very first crochet blog that I started following. She was also the one that helped me get my first big fan rush on Facebook when I entered into a giveaway of hers as a vendor. I have learned a lot since I started following her and really look up to her as an yarn artist. This past December she did an a post on adding labels to finished crocheted items that you sell in your shops. I found it to be so interesting and I can't wait to do this for myself. So lets give a big warm welcome to Tanya from
Adventures in Label Making!
"For those of you that might not be aware, (or really anyone for that matter) who creates items designed for children are expected (by US law) to label them. The law actually went into effect August 14, 2009 and basically says:
Now, a lot of people might look at that and shy away from it because basically–everything you make that is intended for young kids HAS to be labeled…and that can get expensive. But it really doesn’t have to be! If you have access to a printer, a graphic program (you can use paid ones like Photoshop or free ones like GIMP, or Sumopaint), some plain white ribbon, T-shirt transfer paper, and a hot iron–you’re set!"
To see the actual process on how Tanya created her handmade labels hop on over to her Blog Page to get the details. You can also follow her on her Facebook Page.
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