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Celebrate with 9th Letter Press

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So Much To Celebrate CardThere is SO MUCH TO CELEBRATE today at iCustomLabel!  We have officially partnered with 9th Letter Press and will now be bringing you a premier line of stationery cards and products! 9th Letter Press designs feature the fun and whimsical workings of Isabel Ibanez Davis who will continue to be the lead designer, offering you the style of cards you have come to know and love.

Here is a little taste of what you can look forward to:

Adorable Art PrintsRough Storms Art PrintA Celebration of Baby

Bun in the Oven Card

Birthday Cards

Shake a Tail Feather Card

Thank You Cards

Everyday Cards

Notepads

Anniversary and Wedding Cards

Confetti Courier – A once a month subscription box with five seasonal greeting cards sent right to your front door!

And of course, custom wedding invitations!

custom letter press wedding invitations

So stay tuned for updates and new designs as we relaunch our trusted brands!  We can’t wait to bring you new and fresh designs in the second half of the year!

 

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DIY Cactus Tealight Favors

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With breezy Bohemian themed affairs making the rounds, we wanted to share with you our latest event swag: DIY Cactus Tealight Favors.  These cheery goodies will be a great compliment to a fiesta, cactus party, taco night or Coachella themed gathering.  Requiring minimal supplies and DIY skills, this favor will be easy to make for a novice DIY-er.  Here’s our handy tutorial:

  1. First, gather your materials.  We started awesome mini cactus tealights as our inspiration.  Use two types of cacti for added variety, like the Golden Barrel Cactus and San Pedro Cactus tealights, both available on Linentablecloth.com.  For the base of the tealights we used 2″ mini clay pots, like these, available in your local Michael’s or craft store.  They will serve as the base for our favor.  Next, we need these paper flowers, also sourced from Michael’s, to top our cacti, and this gold spray paint to transform our little pots.  Lastly, you will need 26 gauge wire for adding your favor label toppers.DIY Cactus Tealight Supplies
  2. Next, spray paint your pots.  This step is fairly self-explanatory, but here are some spray painting tips: use several light coats for even coverage and be sure to rotate your pots often so you don’t miss any spots.Spray Painted Clay Pots
  3. Then, remove the tealight tin.  The mini tealights fit so snugly in the little clay pots, that the tin is unnecessary.Tealight Candle Cactus Tealight DIY
  4. Next, clip your flower.  These flowers are ideal because they don’t have a plastic base, but rather are attached to a green wire.  This makes them perfect for fitting into the candle, just slide the wire into the hole made by the wick.  Be sure to trim any wire that may be coming from the top of the flower as well.Faux Flower Clipping
  5. Next step: Make your sticker topper.  We used two types of 1.5″ round favor labels, customized here, with wire sandwiched in the middle.  The wire should be skinny enough to fit into the wick hole along with the small flower wire.Sticker Topper DIYTealight Topper
  6. Finally, place your toppers and flowers.  Just slide them right in!
  7. Lastly, ENJOY!
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A Birthday Party for America

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With fourth of July upon us it’s time to throw a  Birthday Party for America!  Can you think of anyone more deserving of a big bash than Lady Liberty and Uncle Sam?   With such esteemed guests of honor, your party better not fall short on patriotic POP!

First, make sure that even your beverages stand at attention with these fun new beer labels available here.  Your guests will have a blast with fun and catchy phrases like “Four score and seven beers ago” and “America the Brewtiful”.  It’s okay to show loyalty to both country and brewer… we promise.

 

 

Don’t overlook the under-age party goers.  Everyone needs to stay hydrated after all!  Use these fun water bottle labels to LET FREEDOM RING!july 4 water bottle labels

Of course, if you want to take your drinks to the next level altogether, you’ve got lots of fun options.  For a kid-friendly treat, try this patriotic punch.  The Twizzler straws complete the look and up the fun factor dramatically!Patriotic PunchOr if you are looking for a punch with more punch, try this red, white and boozy pina colada.  Who could resist?!

Last, but not least, is the ever important party games.  Keep the kids occupied with a fun and appropriate fireworks and bubble table as seen here.

July Fourth game table

Sparklers and pop-its are fun for all ages!  You can use mason jars and chalk paint or go the easy route and get labels that do the work for you.  You can edit these labels to ‘sparkle’ any way you wish.

Sparkle label

So don’t hold back this year planning a Birthday Party for America.  Let the fireworks fly, the sparklers shimmer and the BBQ blacken… and sing Happy Birthday ‘Merica at the top of your lungs! Bust out the lawn games and gather the friends, crank the stereo and invite the neighbors.  But most importantly, stay safe, drink responsibly and be careful with the explosives!

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Celebrate Independence Day!

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Now that Father’s Day is in the rear view mirror it’s time to start preparing for Independence Day!  Gather the patriots, cook up the hot dogs and get ready to party!  Don’t worry, we’re here to take the stress out of party decor and ideas this fourth of July.  Plan ahead and enlist your creative side (and of course a few custom labels) to take all the hard work out of the decorations.

Enjoy your own party by getting all of the food ready beforehand.  This is easily done with food labels and gable boxes.   These striking cobalt labels can be personalized as needed, and the gable boxes can be added into the purchase.  That’s one-stop shopping!  Use 3″ x 3″ labels for the front of the box and tie it all together with a decorative ribbon.  Complete the festive boxed lunch with red and white food liners and patriotic bandanas.  Fourth of July gable boxesDon’t overlook the hot dog!  Add a few strips of pretty craft paper in different widths for a pretty presentation, literally tied together with a bit of twine.July fourth table spreadUse the cut bandanas from your gable boxes to wrap your plastic ware up nicely for an easy grab-and-go for your guests.  Employee cheery water bottle labels that work great around old-fashioned milk jars, and can double as favors.  Decorative paper straws, and patriotic placemats will be the final touches for your Independence Day tablescape.  Be sure to remember the citronella candles if your guests will be sticking around into the evening.
fourth of July party decor

A patriotic pie like this one is way too pretty to go into a box!  Create a dessert table for your party so pretty pastries like this star-studded blueberry pie can steal the show.

Fourth of July Blueberry Pie

Don’t forget to plan on some entertainment for the masses since your Fourth of July celebration is likely to involve a few kids.   You can create a cheap and easy game with “Rocket Toss”… fun for kids and adults alike!  Get the complete DIY tutorial here.July fourth gameRocket Toss won’t be the only thing beloved by all.  Make sure your guests are covered throughout the party, with sun protection during the day and a bit of sparkle at night.  American Flag sunglasses will make for fun photos and sparklers are a surefire way to play well into the night.  Go the extra mile and get colored sparklers to really dazzle your friends and family.patriotic party favors fourth of july party favorsNeed a few Fourth of July Ice breakers for your party?  Here’s a few fun facts about America’s birthday:

Only one US president, Calvin Coolidge, was born on July 4.  Other notable Independence Day babies are Nathaniel Hawthorne, Neil Simon and George Steinbrenner.

While only one US president was born on July 4, three died on that day: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe.

The song “Yankee Doodle” was originally sung by the British in mockery of the unorganized “Yankees”.

The Star Spangled Banner was originally written as a poem by Francis Scott Key in Baltimore’s Fort McHenry during the war of 1812.  It became our official national anthem in 1931.

Approximately 150 million hot dogs will be eaten on July 4th.

 

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