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TheTooth

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Nice looking labels. So far, I'm just using a variant of my beer bottle labels. They are not nearly as nice looking as your labels, but they tell me what's in the bottle. ;)

This is my basic logo... labels typically replace the picture and the tagline with the name/varietal, year, and ABV.

 

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Tooth, I love the Corvette, I would probably just change the license plate with the varietal.
 

TheTooth

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Tooth, I love the Corvette, I would probably just change the license plate with the varietal.
That's a good idea, but I'm not sure how visible it would be.

Here is what my labels look like for the mead and port I made this year:



 

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They do look great like that, do you get round peel off labels for them or do you have to cut tem all out?
 

Wray

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What program do you use to make your labels?They look great!
 

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They do look great like that, do you get round peel off labels for them or do you have to cut tem all out?
I bought round peel-off labels. I'll try to remember to take a picture of some bottles when I get home from work.
 

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I use Microsoft Picture it, Photoshop, and this free one depending on what I want. the only reason I use more then 1 sometimes is because Im not to familiar with the super programs like Photoshop.
Here is a link to the free software to do labels and you dont have to download it to your computer just open it up so you may wnt to bookmark it!

http://sumopaint.com/
 

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Microsoft Publisher program on Microsoft Office does a great job. I just use Avery shipping labels. (6 to a page) Create your own graphics, pix, text, or anything else you want put on a label. Down load pix from the web. Now you can do everything on these computers. 35 years ago I was writing on the bottles with crayons.
 

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