For Kathy again.... Candy bar close-up; labels are so simple to do! The blank labels can be bought at hobby lobby or any craft store. Follow the directions that came with it and play around with the font and color. Once it's perfect for you, print the labels!! For sticky label sheets, face sticker side down when loading into the printer. Stick them on any vase and they will be lovely!
heir calendars. You can personalize adhesive labels at home. Buy 1-inch round labels from an office-supply store, and follow the manufacturer's instructions to download and customize the template. Print labels with your date using a laser printer. Cut each sheet into rows of labels. Laser print note cards with a message to "save the date." Affix a row
Personalized soap/hand sanitizer bottle: So you may have seen this around where you put the label/paper inside the bottle. Only problem is you have to have a laser printer. Well, if you're like me and only have an inkjet, here's what I did - I bought window decal sheets and printed onto that, removed the front label and replaced it with my decal, on the OUTside of the bottle.