How do you make a name sticker?
Simply choose from Stuck On You’s wide variety of designs, sizes, shapes, and colours, then customise with your text. Drop it in your cart, and presto- your personalised name labels will be delivered in no time!
Are iron-on labels better than stick-on?
Scratch and water-resistant stick-on labels are perfect for labelling lunch boxes, bento boxes, water bottles, books, and backpacks.
If you want to add name labels to clothing or other fabric items, iron-on labels are the way to go. They adhere well, withstanding wear and tear and regular washing.
Why are my iron-on labels not sticking?
Empty all the water from your iron and check that the temperature is hot enough. Between 140°C and 170°C is recommended for most fabrics.
If the name label sticks to your iron instead of the clothing garment, your iron is probably too hot. Reduce the heat a little and try again. It's not unusual for iron-on name labels to require a second heat application.
If you still need help after trying these tips, contact our customer care team, and we'll work with you to find a solution.
How do you make decorative name tags?
For DIY name tags, grab some craft paper or cardstock as a base. Then, use stencils, stickers, or freehand drawings to write the name and jazz up the tag.
Or, print out an online design onto adhesive paper. If you’re short on time, quickly and easily design and order fun name labels from Stuck On You.
How do you make labels without a label maker?
No label maker? No problem! At Stuck On You, we have countless label templates. Follow our easy-to-use system to design and order affordable name labels today.
Alternatively, you can make name labels at home using a label-making template and printing on sticker back paper. Or, with the same paper, get creative with coloured pens or textas to handwrite name labels.
What are the clothes labels that don't come off?
While you can remove iron-on name labels following a particular procedure, they’re made for the long haul. They adhere firmly to clothes to survive everyday wear and tear, as well as repeated laundering.