Product Labels

 

 

20140514_093944Product Labels

Ever forget the name for a tool? Want to find it quick in the catalog? I put a little address label on all my products, especially punches and embossing folders that do not have the names printed on them. I make them for my tools, ribbons, stamp pads, and more.

Print them on Avery 5167 labels, 80 labels per sheet, 1/2″ x 1 3/4″.

Print a page on copy paper and check that they line up with the sticker sheet, as printers can change the sizing. If they don’t line up correctly, consider using full-size sticker sheets or just use adhesive on the copy paper.

These labels didn’t print correctly for me. They print from the Word file just fine, but they won’t upload as a word file. At least try them on plain paper before using labels. You may just want to cut up the plain paper and adhere with SNAIL or Tear and Tape.

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11 thoughts on “Product Labels

  1. Sandy Elliott

    What Avery Label fits the 14-15 Supply Labels? I tried printing on Avery 5267 but they didn’t line up. Thanks!

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    1. BevAdamsStamps Post author

      I use the Avery 5167 Return Address Labels with 80 labels per sheet. Be sure to print the pdf “full size.”

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  2. Gail Barbosa

    Hi Bev – I too have been having problems with the Holiday little labels. I was convinced that it was because I was using a store brand that was supposed to be compatible with Avery 5267/8167. I went out to Office Depot to buy thel “real thing” and realized there is more than one type of return address labels available. I was just going to write to you to see if you were using the one that is 2/3″ x 1 3/4″.

    I finally got pretty good results by scaling down to 97%. Is the 5167 very different from the 5267?

    gail

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    1. Bev Adams

      I’m using actual Avery labels. The box says they are 1/2″ x 1 3/4″. I just downloaded and printed the PDF files for the Blendabilities as well as the Holiday 2014 Small Supply Labels. They fit my labels perfectly.

      I looked up Avery 5267 and it says they are for laser printers, but that they also measure 1/2″ x 1 3/4″. I wonder if printers make a difference.

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      1. Gail Barbosa

        Must be the printer although I have had good results with your other sets of labels. My order is due today and I am feeling unprepared. Have to have my labels ready! Well, I do and I am do glad I didn’t spend more money on labels that are the same as what I have.

        Thanks:)

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        1. BevAdamsStamps Post author

          So sorry they aren’t fitting! Which labels did fit well? Perhaps I can turn those labels into a template and redo the Holiday Labels.

          If worse came to worse, you could buy the sheets that are uncut stickers then cut them up on your trimmer.
          Avery® White Full-Sheet Labels for Inkjet Printers with TrueBlock(TM) Technology, 8-1/2 inches x 11 inches, Pack of 25 (8165)

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        2. BevAdamsStamps Post author

          Gail, I have reprinted my labels for the annual catalog and the Holiday catalog. Hopefully they will fit better. Let me know.

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  3. BevAdamsStamps Post author

    I have reformatted the 14-15 labels. Perhaps they will fit the label sheets better. I’m about to do the same for the Holiday Labels.

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  4. Gail

    Hi Bev – got lost in the holidays and didn’t realize you had reformatted the little labels. The reformatted labels print even higher onto the border of the label paper on my printer. What I finally ended up doing was printing onto plain paper and then using the copier with the labels aligned about 2 hairs down on the platen and copied onto the label sheet. Worked. Much better than throwing the printer thru the window which at one point seemed logical.

    Thanks so much for your effort. And a thousand thankyous for your wonderful labels. They make things so much easier for me. I am still fiddling with my printer. Other than being wonky about the small size labels, it does a pretty good job.

    gail

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