DIY Metallic Labels


If you haven’t seen my Industrial Command Center Reveal, or how my tutorial on how to make a Magnetic Chalkboard, hop on over to see those before you check out this post! In only 5 minutes I made some great metallic and vinyl labels. Today I’m sharing how to make your own DIY Metallic Labels for anything in your home!


*Materials were provided by Spellbinders and Beacon Adhesives to Love Create Celebrate for free to complete this post. The post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read my disclosure policy.* 

We built the frame for this piece with a lip at the top because I knew I wanted to add the words “command center” to it. The only problem was that I wasn’t sure how to add the title. I was worried about painting them over the stain (seeping, sloppy painting and all that jazz!) and didn’t think the vinyl would stand out enough. When I saw this craft metal from Spellbinders it was as if a lightbulb went off! Metal labels! Of course!!!


Silver Craft Metal
Platinum 6 Machine
Alphabet Die Cuts
Power Tac Glue
Black Vinyl (for vinyl labels)


The Spellbinders Platinum 6 Machine can cut so many materials, but the craft metal might be one of my favourites! Did you even know craft metal existed? Consider yourself enlightened. lol. You’re welcome.

After I cut out the letters, I attached the metal letters. I didn’t want to use a glue gun, and you can hear why in the video. Beacon Power Tac Glue was perfect for the job!

Watch this quick video tutorial to see how easy these labels are to make!

What do you think of these metallic letters? Do you have somewhere in your home that could use some new labels? Glass jars? Gift tags? So many possibilities.

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