http://www.dafont.com/ and downloaded fonts I like to help with my design process. This is a pretty long tutorial, but if you are familiar with Word, you probably know how to do most of the steps.
1. Open your Word program. Find your Labels file = should be under Tools – Letters and Mailings – Envelopes and Labels:
2. Click on Labels tab then Options button:
3. Click on Avery Standard for Label Products, select 8460 - any address label format with 3 columns should work (all you’re after is the label setup), then select OK:
4. It will take you back to the Envelopes and Labels menu. Then select New Documents:
and you will get a new blank page:
5. Go to the Tables menu and select Show Grid:
You will now have a grid pattern on your blank page:
6. You can now design your label. Start in the upper left rectangle and create something that fits within the gridlines. Think about how big you want your label to be (mine is 2” long x 5/8” wide). Use different fonts in various sizes and/or any clipart to create an interesting design. Putting a frame around your design makes it professional looking and makes it easier to cut apart.
d. For added insurance, tape the top and sides about 1/8" from the edges & wrap the rest of the tape to the backside so nothing will jam in your printer. BE SURE TO TURN OFF “SHOW GRID LINES” IN THE TABLES MENU SO IT WON’T SHOW IN PRINTING. Stick your ironed on fabric paper in your printer and print.
e. This is what a whole sheet should look like after printing (notice, gridlines gone):
f. Remove the backing of the fused fabric and cut – I cut about ¼” all around the frame:
This is what happens if the fabric gets caught in your printer (not pretty and you won't be happy):