Glad to print these labels for my daughter

I must admit this project was a lot of fun.

My daughter Mia is 10 years old, plus she is an awesome child, but not because she is my daughter, she’s particularly great; She likes to help around the house, and she is unquestionably responsible. She enjoys baking, and every weekend she finds something new that she wants to experiment with. A few weeks ago, she found this enjoyable cookie recipe online, and she wanted to bake some for her classmates and her teachers. Not only did she want to bake cookies, despite the fact that she also wanted to wrap them in pretty paper and add labels to the wrapper, and this was not just baking cookies, this turned into an entire project. Thankfully, I had a label maker that I purchased a few years ago from a garage sale. It’s a digital color label printer where you can create and design custom labels. So, I was able to use it for my daughter’s cookie project. After she completed baking her cookies, she wrapped each cookie in cellophane paper plus tied a pretty ribbon around them. She designed more than two sets of labels – one for the girls, one for the boys in her class, plus the other for her favorite teachers. I must admit this project was a lot of fun. And it was nice to see Mia get so creative with this. I haven’t used that label maker in a while, so I was ecstatic that we were able to use it to print these labels for Mia. She brought her cookies to school and needless to say, all the kids loved them and raved about the custom labels that Mia made.

digital label diecutter