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MarcOlivetti

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$1 is a great value when you look at time to design, waste from proofs, consumables (paper, ink, labels), shipping, and of course quality. IMO.
 

winemaker81

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I used to print my own but since the company shut down the building I don't have access to our high-end printer
Ditto.

I'm using Avery Design & Print. They discontinued the desktop version -- I'm using the last version that was published. I tried their online version a couple of years ago -- it used fonts my printer didn't support to I wasted half a dozen sheets of labels as the font substitution was FUBAR. I haven't tried it since then.
 

Boatboy24

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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 👌
Definitely quality labels. They give your bottles that 'Pro' feel.
 
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