Tuesday, October 27, 2020

A Label


With a lot of help from my daughter in Australia, I managed to create a label that I can print, with iKoro beadwork on one side and my contact details on the other. iKoro was my name when I was spinning and knitting, so I thought I'd stick with it.  I pondered the term 'beadwork' for a while. iKoro beads? People might think I was selling loose beads. iKoro bead crochet? People would visualise something quite different to what I'm making. 'Beaded crochet rope' is too long and not really helpful. No, I think beadwork is the best option. I have to cut the labels apart with scissors, which is fine. I plan to attach the labels to bracelets and necklaces and also give them out when people ask how to contact me. 


  1. I’ve been in the same situation when the packaging and labelling becomes more time consuming than the actual product. Good luck, Jane.

  2. Well done! Labels are really useful!

  3. Excellent logic and love the simplicity of the label. Nice font :-)))

    1. My neighbour asked if I didn’t want something fancier. Nope. That’s exactly how I want it!

  4. Nice labels! I predict they will help get the word out so everyone will know the wonderful art you create!

  5. Great labels!! :) I like the name you chose! :)