Post # 1
Yay for starting to check things off the To Do List.. I had ordered these labels off vistaprint awhile ago with one of the specials .. had a $40 certicate I had bought for $10.. I had gotten these, my emergency packets (which I’ll soon post) and a few other things for the $10…
The labels were slightly bigger than I wanted so I had cut them, rounded the corners, and had to score them and used a cutter blade to help score them so people could open them.. Have been collecting lip balms from Walgreens using coupons for free and also got the bubblegum pink ones off drugstores.com for less than $1 a piece.. Pretty good finds…
Post # 3
I like them! Good idea on making them bigger to make a seal!
Post # 4
Which label size did you use?
Post # 5
I’m also curious what size labels you used. I have a bunch of chap sticks at home but don’t know how to do the labels.
Post # 6
Sorry for the delay was mardi gras time here in NOLA..
I used vista print to print one time when they were having a special.. They are the “Small Product Labels – Rectangle” and I had alignend the writing pretty close to one edge as I knew I would be cutting off part of the label in order to fit on the tube of lip balm.. I used glossy finish.. I’m going to try to share the document with you.. so you can see what I mean when I say all the way to the left.. Then I used my martha stewart score board to cut them down to size by eyeing it with the tubes.. each tube is a little different shaped.. I used the bone scorer to score where i thought would line up with the cap to make it a little bit easier to open hopefully.. You can tell by looking at the file how big the original labels were.. I probably cut off an inch or inch and half..
Post # 7
WOW I love this. & I love vista print too.