Martha Stewart shares a folded address label that I downloaded for free. I saved on the cost by just picking paper with different brown tones and using my own printer, then cutting along the lines. Using the Martha Stewart lace edge punch, I made a little upgrade on the front of the address label. The labels were glued on the envelopes and folded over.
1 kitchen cabinet to store all the stuff that we all need. I was creative in my organizing to get every square inch. magazine boxes to house paper, manuals, kids paper and activities. containers to hold address labels, laptop cords and crayons Binders are for our Menus and a Household Reference book, Cork tiles finish off the cabinet doors to stick coupons and notes to.
Our brown kraft address labels can be printed onto from your own printer or you can handwrite onto them. They are perfect if you are adding DIY touches to your wedding decorations. The brown kraft labels can be stuck onto luggage tags as it is often difficult to find a printer who will print onto luggage tags for you. The labels can also be used as part of your wedding favours, stick them onto jam jars or plain brown envelopes with your own design or wording on them. Scroll through the product images to see how we have used these address labels. The paper has a textured finish to add to the rustic style. Each sticker measures 6.3cm x 4.6cm and you get 18 stickers per A4 sheet. Sold by the sheet. >> Download word doc template for these stickers here <<
5 best label makers. I got this for Christmas (2015) and love it! The only complaint I have is that it only does 2 lines. 3 lines would be nice for address labels, but I figured out how to work around that. ;)