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jbullard1

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Can anyone recommend software and labels so I can make my own.
 

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Search the internet for "classic studio labels" they have alot of premade labels and you can customize others to make what ever you want. I would have put a link On here If I wasn't so computer stupid. Technology sucks!!
 

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Luc

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I make my own photo's from the fruit I make the
wine off (or the juice packaging). Then I work
them over with a Photoshop clone (the gimp).

Next I draw a frame, put the photo in and some text
and put 4 of these on a page.
I print them on normal paper and glue them with milk.

Luc
 

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I use Microsoft Publisher. It typically comes with the office suit. Then you have access to thousands of clip art pictures. I then print them of on the color copier at work on sticky back paper and cut them out. Works very well.
I did this one...

Mead Label.jpg
 
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Go to the Avery label site and download their Design Pro 5.4 for free. Very easy to use.

Dave
 

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I make my own photo's from the fruit I make the
wine off (or the juice packaging). Then I work
them over with a Photoshop clone (the gimp).

Next I draw a frame, put the photo in and some text
and put 4 of these on a page.
I print them on normal paper and glue them with milk.

Luc
with milk? i had no idea! does this work well?
 

Luc

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Just try it,

Take a piece of paper (with or without a pic on it)
turn it around and with a cotton or kitchen paper
apply some milk on it.
Now put it on the bottle.

If you want to remove it, a few minutes soaking in water
is enough.

I have been doing this for years.

Luc
 

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You just got to love that Dutch ingenuity!!!:)
 

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