Ditto.I used to print my own but since the company shut down the building I don't have access to our high-end printer
Definitely quality labels. They give your bottles that 'Pro' feel.I went to David Noone’s Noontime Custom Labels site (www.noontimelabels.com) after reading this thread, and it was amazingly easy to create a label for my first kit of Stag’s Leap Merlot! I ordered a set and just got a notice that I’m “in production”. I can’t wait to receive and will post a picture of the label when I receive
Agreed. I grew up watching Son of Svengoolie on WFLD in Chicago. Loved (and still do) those classic cheese-o-rama horror flicks. To my delight, several years ago I found that Rich Koz is again playing Svengoolie on MeTV Saturday nights. My family hates it...BTW: the background picture is the mansion prop from the Monster Movie Matinee, which broadcast in Syracuse NY from the 60's into the 80's (AFAIK). As a child it creeped me out. As an adult, I find it sad that folks don't allow themselves to be entertained by truly cheesy special effects.
I've used sheetlabes for couple of years now - I create the label online from their site, download the pdf file and take blank label sheets to Staples to have them printedReceived my second batch from Sheetlabels.com. This set looked a little bleached out compared to the first set. They reprinted the batch for free although their policy says this variation can happen. They offer color matching as a safeguard, but that may be an add-on service. Either way, I plan to go that route to ensure high quality for an otherwise good experience so far.