How To Use This Site

Want to create your own custom labels for your DIY craft projects and download them instantly to your computer for free? Well, this site was built for you. This site is one of the many benefits to members of the Thermal Mermaid Network. If you are a Mermaid or Siren level member you can log in right now and start designing your labels. You can not access the label designer unless you are a member.


To learn more about the Thermal Mermaid Network and the full features included in membership,please visit https://thermalmermaid.com


1st: Log into this website and access your account.

You can not register on this domain. You have an account on this website as soon as you become a member in the Thermal Mermaid Network. Log in with the same information you used to register your account when you signed up for the Thermal Mermaid Crafter’s Community at CottageDIY.com . Every site in the Thermal Mermaid Network that requires a log in will be the same information that you created when you registered your account. You have instant access to every site as soon as you sign up.

2nd: Select your label size and begin designing. Here are the important things you need to know.

~ Once you create your label with the tools in the label designer you can download the file instantly. There are no water marks or hidden features that will keep you from having your complete project as soon as you are done creating it.

~ In the top left tool bar of the label designer click on File –> Download –> and select your desired file type.

~ You do not have to put your label into the shopping cart, and you do not have to go through any check out to access your file. However, by placing your label into a cart and go through the free checkout process it will save your project to your account and you can go back and edit it and redesign a new label later if you want to.

For more details on how to use this editor check out the video tutorial below.


Label Creator Tutorial


Thermal Mermaid was created in 2015 by Jennifer Tynan and her daughter Hannah. What started as a pedestrian book with basic traditional soap recipes published for friends and family who wanted to make the items sold on their craft table, turned into a small website with tutorials to match the recipes in the book. From there, a soap making community came together and the website features have expanded over the years to create useful tools and platforms for other soap makers hoping to expand on their craft and business.