Yesterday I found a tutorial on how to make your own clothing labels for cheap and easy. I just had to try it so I went out right then and got the supplies: Iron-on transfers (the T-Shirt kind) and white satin ribbon.
I used powerpoint to make a sheet of my logo in different sizes. At first I flipped all my images, but later learned that if you select "t-shirt transfers" as your paper type when you go to print, then it automatically flips them for you. I wasted my first sheet of transfer paper this way. Oops.
I cut out some of the logos, then ironed them onto the ribbon.
I was surprised at how good they looked when I tore off the paper.
I've already started gluing them to the back of headbands. I feel very professional now that I have my own labels.
I sealed the ends of ribbon to prevent fraying and am still experimenting with whether or not I should fold under the ends or just leave them flat. I think I kind of like the look of them flat better.
So fun and cheap and easy. Why didn't I think of this myself?