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Welcome to the Paper Society, where beautiful ways of being organized and fabulous are always being created!
Laura Maksim on 07 Feb, 2017
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For printable labels, what should you print on?
For best durability I recommend two methods. The first is to buy weather proof mailing labels like these: www.amazon.com/Avery-5524-Weatherproof-shipping-labels/dp/B00006IBUX This is for a very large pack but you should be able to buy a smaller set with 10 pages, or even by the sheet if you get it printed at a place like Staples. The weather proof mailing labels need to be printed on a laser printer, and most home printers are ink jet, so you would likely have to get it printed at a print shop. The other option to print them on a heavy cardstock (80lbs and up) and then have them laminated. You can then use a glue runner to adhere to your containers and can remove them for washing.
If you don't mind printing "extras" when/if one gets a little worn, then you can use regualr mailing labels and print at home. They still look great but will not be waterproof. You can also print on a heavy cardstock (80lb and up) and use a glue runner.
Additional print instructions will be provided with your order!
Is this item a digital PDF or physical labels that will be shipped?
Each listing should state whether or not the listing is for a digital PDF to be emailed to you for printing, or if it is printed for you.