Posts Tagged ‘Transcription labels’

With the Full Sheet Label,

July 15, 2010

If you’re handy with a knife, you can cut your own labels from our full sheet labels, the ML-0100. Seriously. This can be fun if you’ve got a steady hand and are artistic, and you assemble some simple tools, you can cut out your own labels. I just picked up a full set of knockoff x-acto knives at the 99 cent store. The weird thing is, they cost $1.29. What’s up with that? Nothing at the 99 cent store cost 99 cents anymore. They’re gonna have to come up with a catchy name that represents the cost of the products. While all of the items there are cheap, and 99.99% of the products are made in China, I’ve already ruled out the name Cheapy China, just because it doesn’t sound right, it’s not gonna attract customers.
Many of our customers also use the full sheet labels in Medical offices for Transcription labels.

ML-0100, Full Sheet Label, Transcription Label, same as Avery 5165

Here’s a label I designed for the full sheet label. It’s a custom address label in the shape of a scroll. If you have good vision, and a good x-acto knifre, you should be able to do a knock up job. If you don’t have good vision, get a magnifying glass, or magnifying glasses, that should help you cut out the pattern.

ML-0100, Full Sheet Label, Transcription Label, same as Avery 5165

Ok, now here’s the label after I cut it out and put it on an envelope. It’s taken on my webcam. Wow, I have to get a new webcam.

Scroll label on envelope

I feel like the next door neighbor whose full face you never saw on the old sitcom “home improvement“.

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