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jpwatkins9

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Wondering what software folks use to make labels like those that Mrs. Johnd made? Those are incredible. My labels are just silver or gold hand written using a glass pen. Works fine, and the wine dosen’t know. Would love to make up some artwork and actually make a proper label.
 

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yeah, i'd like to know too and especially what/where the ideas and patterns come from
 

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Wifey uses Avery #22827 labels, they are waterproof, easily removed, vinyl like labels, and print with a laser jet printer, four to a sheet. The Avery website offers free formatting, which we use. The images come from www.dreamstime.com , you do pay for the images selected, but the charge is usually nominal.
 

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Thanks for the response. I'll be sure to check out "dreamstime".

You may want to check out www.sheetlabels.com for their removable polyester weatherproof labels. I've been using their RXW - SL571 (4 per sheet at 4.75x3.75) and have them printed at Staples on their laser printer. I believe they are mush less expensive than the Avery labels.

As a matter of fact I've just come back from Staples with the latest label -see below

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There ia an app called Painnt that enables you to modify your pictures to a more art version form. There are many different styles to apply. Some are free (and the free ones change over time). The ones that are not free are nominal.
 

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Cannot make up my mind on what occasion I should pop the cork on this one.

Never tried a port this old if indeed is 30 year old?!

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