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Silva070

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Hey all,

I’ve been looking around at different options for labels to put on bottles of a recent batch I’ve finished. I really wanted to get creative with the labels and play around with the shape/ design. I’m only looking to do about a dozen labels but maybe eventually more. Does anyone have good recommendations for either a service or just a printer/ software that gives you flexibility with the shape of the label? I’m attaching reference label to explain a bit more of what I mean.
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tullamore

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no software will give u that look - those labels are die cut -printed in large quantities
ur best bet is to get a 8.5x1 label sheet print what u want on it and then hand draw the different shape u want using and exacto knife cut the shape u drew
to send to printer for only 12 will cost u a lot $ - this i know i own a printing company
 

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All my labels are sent in and printed by Avery.
 

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Bmd2k1

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I purchase Avery labels, use their online design functionality at www.avery.com, download the label PDF and have my local Kinkos laser print 'em for me.



Cheers!
 

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