Option 2: Use a Personal Cutter
In this day and age of personal cutters you really can make anything you want. So try using your personal cutter (like the Cricut Explore™) to create your own labels or if you are a newsletter subscriber use the ones I have created for you.
Example 1: Using the Cut Feature Alone
In this example I used the Cricut Explore™ to cut the label just as designed. Then used a marker to add the dates. (By the way, this one has some really really tiny Mickey that are gorgeous)
Example 2: Combine with Print and Cut
In this example I used the SVG file for base and then used element in Cricut Design Space™ to create a baby book spine label.
It includes toy blocks, a rattle, my son’s name and date of birth. Once created I combined these element and used the Cricut Explore™ to print and cut.
These labels are easy to make. The first two options can have you done in no time! The third option let’s you have a bit more fun.