5 Easy Ways To Label Your Archer And Olive Acrylograph Pens!

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Hi all! It’s Hayley here (@hayleyremdeart on Instagram), and today I want to give you some inspiration for labelling your Archer and Olive Acrylograph Pens. To set the scene, you're sat at your desk creating, picking out all the pens you need to create the perfect bullet journal spread or paint pen illustration, and it looks amazing! But now you realise you somehow have to put all your pens back into collections. I'm about to give you some tips to make that a whole lot easier!

all pen labelling examples

Everything You Need To Label Your Pens:

  • Archer and Olive Acrylographs – As always, it will be no surprise to you that this is my pick. The lovely and thick pages have no bleeding or ghosting, so you get a clean start for every project spread! Also, it means you can decorate the spread without worrying about it.

And one or more of the following:

  • Label Stickers
  • Clear Tape and Pencil
  • Sharpie
  • Decorative Touch (optional) – This could be anything from stamps to acrylographs, or of course, nothing! I usually like to add a personal touch to my spreads so they’re more fun to use and look at.

Remember: you can use my affiliate code HAYLEY10 for 10% off your order on the Archer and Olive Website!

 

Acrylograph Pen Names and Swatch Sheets

Before we start, a quick reminder that you can find all the names and swatch sheets here. So lets jump into some ideas!

 

Washi Tape

First up, one simple way to mark out which collection each pen belongs to is Washi Tape. You can wrap the tape around the end of the pen, using a different pattern/colour for each collection.

Washi Tape 

Here I used some simple 0.5mm coloured tape to mark mine. You can even write the name/collection on the tape if you wish! But just having an easy way to identify which collection each are in is the most important part for me.

 

Label Stickers

Another idea is to use label stickers. You can buy ones specifically to fit the pen, but I decided to use ones I already had. You could also simply use sticker paper if you have that too!

Label sticker 

On the label I included the shade name and collection. As you can see I decided to hand write mine, but you could also print them If you are able!

 

Paper and Tape

If you don't have a label maker or stickers, not to worry! You can make your labels with simple clear tape and paper. Simply write the information on a piece of paper, cut it down to size, and then adhere with clear tape.

 tape and paper

I actually find this holds up better than the stickers!

 

Colour Code

You can actually use the Acrylgraphs to label themselves! Simply pick a colour for each collection, and colour somewhere on the pen.

 colour code

This could be a dot on the side or bottom, but to spot them quickly and easily I like colouring the whole end of the pen.

 

Permanent Marker

Finally, you can easily label the pens with a permanent marker.

 marker write

I decided to create acronyms for each collection e.g. PBB = Plant Based Bride Collection and WF = Warm Fall etc.

 

Watch Me Label My Pens

If you want to see how easy it is to do, check out my video here:

Hopefully I’ve given you some help and inspiration to label your Acrylograph Pens! Or even just some spread ideas. And if I have, I would love to see your creations, so tag me on Instagram (@hayleyremdeart) and use #hayleyremdeinspired to get the chance to get your creations featured in my stories!

 

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