Giveaway + Review! Epson Labelworks LabelPrinter for Crafters!

Hey there lovelies!  We have an amazing giveaway for you today…presenting the Epson LabelWorks Label printer…and this one is with the crafters in mind!  Special thanks to the folks at Epson LabelWorks for sending them to me to try and share with you!  This has so many options for your craft space, shop, or home office, it was lots of fun to play around with.  Be sure to scroll down to grab your discount code and enter for a chance to win a printer of your own…winner’s choice!

These printers are a modern updated version of home label printers, they do so much more!  They have a ton of sticker-type labels in neon, matte, metallics, pearl, even a chalkboard looking one (plus a ton more!). Also, you can make magnets with it and wait for it…ribbon!!  It prints whatever you want onto ribbon, so much fun!

Check out the printers here on their page to learn more

Check out my video unboxing and review of the label printers and see them in action!

(Can’t see the video?  Click here!)

I love how it is easy to control with an app, just grab it from the app store (Apple users) or the Google Play App Store (Android users) and you’re ready to go.  There are a ton of fonts, and even fancy frames and clip art too!

*Update: There is a newer version of the app available than what was shown in the video. You can get it here!

And did I mention the ribbon?! Oh the possibilities!

Here are some ideas I came up with for us crafty people:

  • Magnet with your shop name for promoting your shop.
  • “Handmade by (your name here)” for finished projects ready for gifting.
  • Labeling missing or damaged yarn labels.
  • Labels for your small business files.
  • Personalized ribbon for a child’s hair.
  • Labeling yarn bins.
  • Professional looking return address labels for mailing or shipping.
  • Personalized ribbon for giving gifts.
  • Ribbon with your name or your business name for tying tags onto products.
  • Sticker “flags” to identify a size needle or hook if it has disappeared.
  • And on and on!  What would you make?  Share in the comments!

Special thanks to the nice folks at Epson LabelWorks for hosting our giveaway today!  

They’ve also given us a special coupon code to use too.  Use the code “FIBERFLUX” to get 10% off your order.

Keep reading to learn more about the giveaway!

Enter for a chance to win a label printer of your choice! Winner gets to choose their favorite model printer.  Prize is valued at $59 to $89 depending on which printer winner chooses).  Winner will be selected at random.  Giveaway ends at the end of the day Friday, January 27.  Must be 18 or older to enter.  Void where prohibited.

Use the widget below to enter.  An email is required for entry so that we may contact you if you win.  Printers were sent to me from the manufacturer to try, all opinions are my own.

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58 thoughts on “Giveaway + Review! Epson Labelworks LabelPrinter for Crafters!

  1. Love the label maker. Thanks for sharing about it. My husband loves to label everything and this would be fun to use.

  2. I really like the idea of creating labels for my crochet and knitting tools and supplies. I wish it could print Braille as well as print; sometimes my eyes are having a bad day and reading print isn't an option.

  3. This would be such a great help in organizing my yarn stash. Of course, given its size, and since it extends back to the 1970s, perhaps I should call it a yarn museum. Yes, that's it! I would label the displays in my Yarn Museum! Then I would open a new wing for my pattern books/pamphlets/magazines/printouts/etc., which reach back to the mid 1800s.

  4. A grown up version of the old dymo label maker, I love it! I would use this to label bins and make ribbon labels for my crochet projects. Thank you!

  5. I would use the labels on my files with patterns and on the boxes with yarn. The ribbon I would use when I wrap gifts or charity donations.

  6. Thanks for the giveaway, Jennifer! I would label my various storage bins. I would also label my mason and space jars.

  7. I would label my storage bins, mason and spice jars. I also use file folders so that's an option too. Thanks for the giveaway, Jennifer!

  8. If I had my way, my entire kitchen and craft area would be beautifully labeled and organized – so that's where I'd start. 20 types of beans, rice, and flour are begging for some accurate labeling.

  9. Those label printers are so cool. I can think of a million things to use them for, but mostly I would want to make tags for my projects and label with fiber content and care instructions. Also maybe "made with love by Michelle"

  10. I would use the label maker to make my toddlers room more accessible for independence by labeling her clothing drawers and toy bins.

  11. I have a craft room and would use this to create labels for my different types of materials. I also love the magnet making ability and would love to make magnets with my name on them!

  12. I have a craft room and would use this to create labels for my various supplies. I also love the magnet making capabilities and would love to make magnets with my business name, stitchesbysharonh!

  13. Thank you, Jennifer & Epson for this wonderful giveaway. I would use this for a ton of things. The ribbon is a really exciting idea for crochet projects that you give as a gift.

  14. Thank you, Jennifer & Epson for this great giveaway! I would use this for a ton of things. I especially love the ribbon for giving your crochet projects as gifts.

  15. This would be a great thing to have to especially label totes that I have certain completed projects in, my husband and I do a arts and craft show in November every year and this would be extremely useful for our customers.

  16. The printer looks lovely! Thanks so much for giving us a chance to win it. I would use it to label my yarn bins and to make tags for my finished objects! I also think it would be nice to make personalized magnets for my high school students.

  17. I've recently re started crafting after having to retire and I love giving my things to friends and family.
    This would be great so I could get in what they are made out of and laundry instructions

  18. I can easily imagine using this as I clean up and clean out. I've been missing my dad's label maker if anyone else remembers those letters pressed into the plastic strip.

  19. These label makers look like they would be a lot of fun. They would definitely be a great help with organizing. Being able to make my own ribbons to up my wrapping game would be awesome too. Making my own magnets and stickers would also be so much fun too.

  20. Thank you for the Giveaway. It is so useful. The idea of printing on ribbon is awesome. I could make a lot of gift tags for my friends and family.

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