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Fun & Easy Do-It-Yourself Printed Clothing Labels Kit

Fun & Easy Do-It-Yourself Printed Clothing Labels Kit

Although our name is Rapidtags, sometimes we can’t be as fast as our clients need us to be. So, we have put together a Do It Yourself kit for making your own printed clothing labels. We have the kits in stock and will ship them via USPS Priority Mail. The kit contains 3 sheets of 100% Cotton Poplin fabric along with directions and a bottle of liquid seam...

How to create the perfect clothing label

How to create the perfect clothing label

Often we are asked “What size should I make my clothing label” or “what is the most common size of woven labels”? While there is no standard size for clothing labels, there are a few tips to keep in mind to create the perfect label. Tip 1: Go shopping! I can hear the collective “Woo hoos” from here. What I mean by go shopping is go do research on...

Add On’s for Custom Hangtags for Clothing

Add On’s for Custom Hangtags for Clothing

Why not accessorize your hangtag? There are unlimited upgrades that can be added when you are designing a custom hangtags for your clothing or accessory. Since we’ve already covered what can be done with our woven tags and printed labels – it’s time to see some of the bells and whistles that can take your hangtag to the next level and give it a little...

A Tale of Barcode Identity from Factory to Retail Fulfillment Center (EDI)

A Tale of Barcode Identity from Factory to Retail Fulfillment Center (EDI)

Written and contributed by: Carl E. Padovano My father is a shoemaker in Guardia San Framonde Italy, a kind man with a thick and ruffled mustache in the style of Victor Emmanuel II. His factory was a flat-topped building where the roof sustained his grapevines and cool autumn evenings were spent playing the mandolin and celebrating the days’ work with his...

Whip your clothing tags into SHAPE ( Die Cut )

Whip your clothing tags into SHAPE ( Die Cut )

The secret to getting your product noticed over your competition can be as simple as making your clothing tags or woven labels into a DIE CUT shape. The word die cut refers to making an item into a shape other than a simple square or rectangle. A die is sort of like a cookie cutter. A die can be used on many types of material such as leather, cardboard, plastic,...

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