Provencale is a style with an overall pattern that was inspired by the hand-painted art on antique pottery found throughout Mediterranean Europe, especially in the region of Provence, France. Our finds from Roussillon and Avignon specifically inspired the art on this style. Scrolls, fleurs-de-lis, florals, vines, and other stylized art motifs are arranged into a pleasing pattern across the surface of Provencale. The prominent coquille shell and long-gowned feminine figure standing above it is the focal point of the art. The main color is bold, with a contrasting accent color that appears in small spot art on most items. The main font, a classic condensed serif face, is set in a box of solid color, bordered by bands of contrasting color. The accent font is a similar but non-condensed serif font that is easy to read at small point sizes.
Customize your Provencale food/craft labels for your homemade gifts.
About Custom Food/Craft Labels — Provencale
Provencale food and craft labels are made of sturdy vinyl; they are a little bit stretchy which makes them easy to apply, especially onto glass food containers, and they are very easy to remove. They come on sheets of as few as six, to as many as sixty labels on a sheet, depending on the size of label. You can choose from dozens of shape templates - rectangles, squares, circles, ovals, and many specialty shapes. The square shapes are re-usable when you peel them off starting at a corner and pull slowly; put them back on their carrier sheet and use them another time. These food and craft labels are amazingly durable, they can go in the refrigerator, freezer, and buckets of ice water. However they are not guaranteed to withstand a trip through the dishwasher, or prolonged use around creams, oils or acids such as citrus oil, vinegar, fragrances, etc.