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u/aphrodite-walking · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thank you for the contest! I would love to have these items! I'm going into nursing school next year and I'm an EMT so medical type items are always the best haha.

Pink sheers - $3.60 free shipping


12 Super awesome syringe pens - $3.95 free shipping


Lab values reference for my ID badge - $1.99 + $1.99 shipping


Fob watch for my scrubs - $2.15 free shipping


So grand total of $13.68
Again thank you for the contest! Goodbye Eleven :)

u/jojewels92 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) Something that is grey.

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. It always rains when I go camping

3.) Something food related that is unusual. Tiramisu wafer cookies. Better than sex.

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. I have a whole wishlist for other people. My boyfriend, gramdma, mom, dad, and little brother.

5.) A book you should read! Clearly. You should have read these already because they are the best books evar.

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping Not on my wishlist

7.) Something related to cats Leopards are big cats.

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Because it's the best trilogy of all time.

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. To whack them in the head and the use the pick to smash their brains out. And it's foldable so it will fit in a backpack.

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. I'm a student and I practically live in the library most of the school year. I need a laptop because the computers at school are SO outdated.

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items.

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. PS4! I need this because I love to game and I really, really need Kingdom Hearts 3. Like really.

14.) Something bigger than a bread box.

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball.

16.) Something that smells wonderful. This is the BEST SCENT EVER. It smells like marshmallows, fire burning, and vanilla.

17.) A (SFW) toy. Grown-up toy!

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school.

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. Harry Potter is always an obsession.

[20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. ]()

[Anything that has my real name on it.]()

Anything made in Oregon. This is a bit of a stretch but bear with me. The Bourne Triology preceeds The Bournce Legacy. Which starred Edward Norton who also starred in Fight Club. A movie based off the book who was written by none other than Chuck Palahniuk who is from Oregon & resides there.

I'll be back to finish this!

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/JimmJardashian · 5 pointsr/NFA

Since you didn’t purchase through SilencerShop, disregard them and anything you did through them.

So you purchased your can and it’s at your dealer or on its way. When it arrives, get the Serial Number and use this Form 4 guide. It might help if you get your FFL/SOT’s info. If you don’t have it, fill out all the info you can on the Form 4 generator.

Filing as a trust? If you have have a Trust, make a copy. If not, I recommend purchasing one from National Gun Trusts. Familiarize yourself with it and get it notarized. Ask questions! Their customer service is very helpful. Make a copy of your notarized trust.

Get two passport photos. You can go to Walgreens. It might behoove you scan a copy on your computer for e-files/SilencerShop purchases and if you have a color printer, making your own copies. If you have other people in your Trust, two copies of their photos.

If filing as a trust, you’ll need to fill out the 5320.23 for yourself and anybody on the trust.

Fingerprints cards: two for you and two for each person on your trust. I recommend ordering some from here, for free. As well as an ink pad from here. The first link has a guide for completing the cards.

National Gun Trusts is my go to for completing any ATF forms and applications.

u/motorcitymagic · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

I just use half-sheet labels in a standard printer. Avery 5126 labels are the most common to use, but I found a cheaper version that works great (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0069RY9BY/ or just search for "Avery 5126"). I just tear the sheet in half, print my label, and then just trim close to the lines to make them fit perfectly. I'd love to hear a better solution for printing labels, if anyone has one.

u/BeardedForHerPleasur · 24 pointsr/Theatre

Get a really nice binder for your stage bible. Pay a little more. You'll be happy when halfway through tech the rings aren't completely mis-alligned and have pages falling out.

Get actual plastic tab dividers for the scenes and such, rather than post-its.

I also highly recommend those little round hole reinforcement stickers that you put on all the page holes. Yes, you will hate your life applying them to all three holes on every page, but you will thank yourself when you don't accidentally tear out the page while flipping angrily through the script after your actor just missed two pages of dialog. A slightly cheaper option is to use scotch tape as shown here.

Also, a small reading light that can clip onto the back of the binder. That way you don't have to fumble with a flashlight backstage. Rechargables are better so you don't have to worry about finding batteries.

Get a first aid kit. You may think this isn't your job, but in reality it will be. Standard kit should be fine. I'd highly recommend adding a few heat packs and ace bandages. Being a dance-heavy show, you want to be prepared for rolled ankles. Also tampons. Great for unexpected emergencies, as well as the best possible thing for bloody noses caused by a stray elbow.

Be reasonable, but be strict. Make your actors fear you. /s

But for real, make sure they know just how much shit they're in if the fuck around with the prop table. Deal with attendance issues individually, not in front of the group. Make it clear that cast drama/romance issues do not belong onstage, backstage, or really anywhere in proximity to the stage.

I'd highly recommend setting up a private cast/crew FB group and have a cast only, crew only, and combined group chat for quick communication. Do not ever rely on the assumption that anyone got your email. It's frustrating, I know, but your life will be easier if you make that assumption.

Finally, make yourself available as a go-between between for cast/crew members to other cast/crew members. Actors can be afraid to directly confront a director or other actor to discuss important issues. Crew can not want to directly order an actor around or tell a director why what they want isn't logical.

You are the facilitator. You make the whole thing happen. You are the one that actually gets the performance on the stage. You don't get a curtain call, but that's okay. Have fun. Break a leg.

u/recchiap · 8 pointsr/FulfillmentByAmazon

No need to apologize for "noob" questions. Every question sounds noobish to someone :)

I'm a huge fan of the Dymo 450 Turbo. It's pretty standard.

As for labels, I use HouseLabels labels. They're much more affordable. I used to use the 30252 labels (1 1/8" x 3 1/2"). However, I just switched to 30334 (2 1/4" x 1 1/4") and I love the size, plus it prints even faster (being horizontal instead of vertical. And it is a better size for the cosmetics. You also get 3,000 labels per roll, compared with 350. Much less frequent switching.

30252 on Amazon

30334 on Amazon


As for what goes on the labels, the best advice I can give is to review Amazon's labeling guidelines.

Guide to labeling your products.

Guide to the labels themselves

Let me know if any of that didn't make sense - I'd be happy to expand on it.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Ebay

If you ship through ebay, you get free tracking. You'll pay more than a stamp, but at 1 oz (this is the minimum) it should only be about $1.00 $2.00, and your buyers will want tracking. Plus it automatically emails the buyer all the tracking info when you purchase the postage. It's just much simpler than doing it yourself. I would recommend shipping through ebay, especially if you are looking at a lot of volume.

I use these labels and have been pretty happy with them. Labels printed through ebay are default 4x6, but if I'm not mistaken you can edit these settings on paypal...like if you have a thermal printer or something like that. If you don't want to buy labels, you can just print them on paper and tape them to the envelope with clear packing tape.

You can use the USPS calculator to check prices at different weights.

You get 50 free listings per month, then its $0.30 per listing after that.

If you're brand new on ebay, I think there might be limits on how many items you can sell per month. Not sure what they are, though.

Edit for getting the USPS pricing wrong.

u/dosaki · 1 pointr/tabletopgamedesign

For the "character sheets" (I call them the faction mats), I used black cardboard (200 or 250gsm) with self-adhesive paper.
I might change these more often so I didn't want to use something thicker, and, in fact, I thought that I could build the thickness as I glue more and more paper to it until I've got a version that looks more final (and then I'll transition to thicker cardboard).

For the cards, I used the same black cardboard with the self-adhesive paper. This time, though I wrapped the cardboard with the adhesive paper so that I'd get front and back.
I then sprayed them with a clear lacquer to preserve the ink.

In the beginning they stick a little bit, but after some use, they feel a bit more like playing cards.

I want to use linen paper + spray glue + cardboard for my next version of the prototype as I hear those make them feel exactly like playing cards.

As for the rounded corners (on both the cards and the faction mats), it's just a rounded corner cutter.
It's not brilliant, and for thicker items you might have to have some hand strength, but it's cheap and it gets the job done.

u/badillin · 4 pointsr/Vive

Anything that has like a spring that pulls back the line can work. ive seen people use those retractable lanyards or retractable dog leashes

Just a hook wouldnt work as the point is that the device "feeds you" cable when needed and takes it back when you dont.

I bought these:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M6EB8DM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Also, Here is a sketch of my play area, and you can see where i put the hooks.

https://i.imgur.com/tfzMhYZ.png

Also if you get the DAS (which i strongly recommend) here is a couple of pics on how i setted up the cables on the headset itself (just make sure they come out the back)

https://i.imgur.com/GDN03Tf.jpg

And just in case you decide to get the ceiling cable management i posted, i found out that doubling or tripling the retractable hooks gave me more freedom of movement, basically i feel the cable pulling me way less with more than 1 hook, like so: https://i.imgur.com/3sATB80.jpg

Also, if you use the ceiling things, id recommend cutting a couple of "stoppers" out of cardboard, these helped me A LOT because from time to time the hooks would join up, or change places and make it unconfortable, these "limits" fixed that by limiting where the hook movements.

https://i.imgur.com/MTtEYjN.jpg

u/AuthorX · 9 pointsr/FATErpg

There's no boxed set for Fate and the only thing you really need are dice, but there are a some things that can be helpful:

  • Index cards and a sharpie or dry-erase cards and a dry-erase marker, for writing aspects

  • Either dice or a deck of Fate, the deck lets you draw a card and tells you the result with the same probability as rolling four Fate dice (if you reshuffle after every draw - the probabilities won't be affected much by a couple of draws in a row, though). There's even an official app you could get instead, which can simulate the deck or dice rolls.

  • Some kind of token for Fate Points. They sell Fate Point Coins but you could also get a bunch of glass beads from a game or crafts store, or poker chips.

    You may even want to get two colours of fate points so you can distinguish between player and GM points (instead of drawing checkboxes like they do in the video, I put a fate point on the card to indicate free invokes - that's when it's useful to keep track of which is for whom).
u/scoobyr00 · 1 pointr/FulfillmentByAmazon

I have a DYMO 450 turbo also and I mainly use 30334 size labels. Both Amazon and Inventory Lab will print this size.
***
>I've seen a lot of people basically taking snapshots on every label from a 30sheet which seems kind of wonky.

If you want to use the Dymo with Amazon directly you need to use Amazon's Scan & Label page. Inventory > Manage FBA Shipments, then near the top of the page look for Scan & Label

It prints out labels for one SKU at a time.

Since Chrome changed, it's a little more difficult but you pick the product you need a label for by scanning it or entering your SKU. Then you can either print it or save it. If you print, the chrome print window opens and you need to play with settings to make sure the label fits.

  1. Select the Dymo printer
  2. More Settings > select paper size. 30334 if you are using that size. If you don't see it, you need to print using system dialog
  3. No margins.

    You only need to do this for the first label.



    Inventory Lab is a lot easier. You run the printer setup under account settings to choose your label size. Then you choose if you want the label to print automatically when you list an item, or only when you click the print button.



    Keep in mind, you are suppose to use removable labels when applying directly to the products. That said, Amazon doesn't follow their own rule here and I've learned that the longer removable labels are on, the less removable they are.

    I've used a few label brands.

  • Best quality is the DYMO brand but they are absurdly expensive.
  • For permanent labels, I'm using https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IC8B5VA right now but I also have https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JPPLU32 sitting on the shelf. Both seem to work fine.
  • For removable labels I use https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CBAPJ30
  • I also have some 3.5 x 1.125 labels I rarely use on some specific larger items https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001AVNLHC

    ***

    As far as printers: I use the Dymo 450 turbo and brother laser https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LZS5EEI/

    I use the laser printer for shipping labels mostly but sometimes for product labels if I'm sending like 80 of the same thing.

    I spent a lot of time when I started, trying to decide what printer to get. I started with the laser because: 1. I can use it as a regular printer for non-fba stuff, 2. It will print both fnsku and shipping labels, 3. It is really inexpensive.

    I added the DYmo later because: 1. I hated all the wasted labels if I wasn't printing a full sheet, 2. I do RA and matching labels from a sheet with 30+ different products is time-consuming, 3. I often need 1 or 2 labels and it was difficult to do on the laser.

    I haven't looked in awhile but my dream printer would be a thermal transfer printer that is large enough to print shipping labels as well as fnsku. I just can't justify spending $500 on it.
u/hornswabble · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hi! I ordered these and they work like a charm to decent products. I don’t like to sacrifice my routine when I travel, and I also do carry on only. This works perfectly!

MHO Containers | Pearlized... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BB66N23?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

I also got these little labels:

Avery Removable Print or Write... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00007M5GN?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Hope this helps!

u/RNinprogress · 2 pointsr/StudentNurse

NCLEX review book - Saunders

For clinicals - Lab values pocket reference guide

  • I got a pressure-ulcer staging one from a wound care conference once-- that one really comes in handy!! Try looking for something like that, too!

    Medications - Try using Physician's Drug Handbook.
    When I was in med-surg I would choose major cardiac meds (epi/ami/vaso/dope/atropine/etc) and some pulmonary meds and compile info on them to keep on index cards in my pocket, that way I wasn't lugging around the whole thing!

    Good Luck!
u/JayDeePea · 1 pointr/RandomActsofCards

I bought this from amazon (uk)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N9PYOB6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_q3T7H1tOrf8Q9


Also not sure where in the world it's available but I use the HP smart ink service. For £1.99 per month I can print 50 pages no matter how much ink is used. The printer detects when its going to run out of ink and HP send you more ink before you run out. All for 1.99 a month!


I use canva.com to make stuff like the labels. Theres a lot of free resources you can find on there if you look :)

u/Pyrollamasteak · 2 pointsr/WhereAreTheChildren

Please do! Feel free to add a url- I don't have one specifically, but I'd prefer if it wasn't explicitly liberal🤷
Thank you so much for asking!

This is the paper I use. You can get it cheaper from the companies website.
The adhesive is good, and it is hard to peel off in one piece.

Also, you could it the sheet with a clear coat spray paint to UV proof it and water proof it

u/Lebrewski · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

yeah sharpie on the cap for sure, next best would be to write it on a string tag and loop it around the neck of the bottle. I use these for my homemade wine bottles and they work pretty well. https://www.amazon.com/Avery-Marking-Strung-1-093-Inches-12204/dp/B001E682C2/ref=pd_lpo_201_bs_t_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=21SVE3ZSG9DBS1NDQ0X5

u/Kreepygamer · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Favorite animal would probably be a Velociraptor. Because they're neat-o.

I would really like this lanyard (available for $4.50 + Free Shipping from one or two sellers).

What's your favorite animal, Goatly?

u/Spys0ldier · 3 pointsr/NFA

I did my own prints recently for a form 1 and was approved. I bought this Lee Inkless FingerPrint Pad (S03027) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001HA4PJ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_w5s-zb98HEGBD. It works well and you just need to practice on some blank paper before you do it on the actual cards. Make sure not to smudge and good luck!

u/iMacCarthy · 2 pointsr/Flipping

Laserjet over ink jet is preferred. HP has a line of printers that work over wi-fi. Look for Wi-Fi direct HP printers. Possibly buy used on eBay with a return policy. Others may work, but I’ve seen HP invest the most in this tech.

Also, I recommend using half sheet labels from Amazon. PM me and I can send you some extras I have (I switched to a thermal printer now that I’ve reached a nice scale). They save you time from cutting and using tape to attach labels.

If you reach scale (for me 1000+ orders), find a thermal printer (like Dymo 4xl) and probably buy a laptop.

u/guitarplayer0171 · 1 pointr/stencils

honestly, I did a one-time thing with printer paper, but I'm going to transfer the stencil to posterboard so I can get some more use out of it. EDIT: I've heard that these are super good for multiple use stencils, but I've never used them.

u/etourneau · 2 pointsr/Etsy

I've been using these from Best Print on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0069RY9BY/

They feed nicely through my laser printer, and the stickiness of the labels is better than others I've used.

u/Nappy0227 · 11 pointsr/lost

My girlfriend and I are huge fans, so I decided to surprise her with this. Along with this, many of the presents I got her were Lost-related. She loved it all!

In case anyone is interested, there are [dharma food labels] (http://maxpictures.com/weblog/2007/04/10/lost-labels-for-your-dharma-initiative-needs/) you can download. I printed them on this [label paper.] (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005ZXCWFI?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00)

Of course, the Milk chocolate bars were regular Hershey bars.

The cheese crackers were a box of Cheez-its

The beer six pack was a combo of 'Blue Moons' and 'Not Your Father's Rootbeer.'

Oh, and the cookies in the second pic were just snickerdoodles I baked (unrelated to Lost).

u/Sand__Panda · 4 pointsr/Amiibomb

I'll try and answer all your questions, via this entire thread, in this one post. And maybe give some extra info? I don't, this might turn into a wall of text. I'll do my best to not do that.

I own pretty much every possible way to make spoofed amiibos. From cards, to coins, to the PowerSaves (find it at GameStops), and also the N2 Elite.

Cheaper Alternatives?

  • The cheapest way to make amiibos is, and will probably always "stickers". It is a round sticker, you zap it with an Android device, stick it on something (like a piece of paper), label it. Bam done. **You can buy and do more that increase the price here, but even still it is the cheapest path.

  • The next on the list from cheapest to cost the most is NFC tags. With both tags and stickers, make sure they are the right type. Zappy the card like the sticker, label, done. **Like the sticker, you can go on to make custom cards.

  • PowerSaves . This is something you can find from Datel. You want whatever package comes with the USB portal. This is how you load the puk via PC. So...you need a PC. The puk can only "be" one amiibo at a time. Via the program that you install, you can change it as you need...again with PC. The PowerSaves should not cost more then $30. The downside is the puk will burn out. How soon? No idea. You might get over 100 uses, or you might get 10. GameStop seems to know about this, and from what I've heard, will replace if you return. You can also buy extra puks, I've seen them on eBay. They range from cheap to cheap.

  • That brings us to the N2. If you really want to go this way, there are 2 options: Just the N2 puk, or the N2 puk and the USB portal device that connects to a PC. You technically can use an android phone to load the puk, I just found it to be too slow for my liking. So I bought the portal. The package deal on this is around 80$. The pro: You can have a lot of amiibos on this (like 200). The con: You need to print of a list of the amiibos. You have to cycle through them each time you want to go from a certain one to the next. You do not have to have the puk full. So if you only have say 5 on there, it only cycles them 5.

    The PC program vs phone for the n2 is just... I can load the n2 much faster with the PC. I can make a list, and it is loaded in just seconds. With my phone, I have to add one at a time, navigating to the bins each time. Takes to long. I only use my phone to add 1, when checking bins.

    You asked if there was a battery in the n2. There is not from what I can remember when mine fell apart. Just like there is no battery in amiibos. How does it know what one to be on? Don't know, that is the magic of the N2.

    Buy it off Wish? That is a big dice roll. If you do, let us know how it works out. I'd not take the chance. There isn't much inside the puk, so you saving a ton of money might just end with you getting an empty puk :3

    What should you really do? If you are asking us...well... do you have an android phone that can write NFC? If so, I'd go with making NFC stickers. Get as many stickers as you will need (I have bought these exact ones, from this seller, many times now) and get this coin saver and case . I have an entire set where I zapped the sticker, stuck in inside the coin, and just wrote what it was on the blank side. The added case keeps them in check.

    I use my N2 now just to check bins (as I said), if it works right, I make a coin.

    Back when I played Zelda, I used the N2 a lot more, because you can also create copies of amiibos, that the game would read each use. So ... I did at one time have 200 "different" Guardian amiibos to gain a toooooooon of arrows :P

    If you have more questions, asks. I'll do my best.
u/rhythmsaint1 · 1 pointr/kratom

Can't add a pic at the moment but I use these. And they work like a charm. Each one holds just under 1/4 kilo.

https://www.amazon.com/White-Plastic-Free-Large-Refillable/dp/B01MZD9TO1/

https://www.amazon.com/Avery-Removable-Writable-Rectangular-Labels/dp/B004GIZ3MW/

And the labels are removable so you can easily update your stash all the time.

u/thriftymargo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy early birthday!!
Oh I've wanted one of these forever, and I'm sure you have too! All those tickets laying around with nowhere to put them...
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1441303502/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I2R9LQ49NGTPZ4&colid=1ZDBDN5GV93AG
Balloons are fun

u/jareths_tight_pants · 1 pointr/StudentNurse

Invest in a good stethoscope from the beginning. I have a Littman 2 and it's awesome. Don't waste your money or time on a cheap one. You can also get a lab value badge clips or one of these handy clip boards.

u/spookyjeff · 3 pointsr/dndnext

I bought 4 color changing bulbs and change the lighting to fit the scene (purples and greens for a fungus cave, greens and blues for forests, etc.) These can also be used outside of gaming!

I also have lap white boards to track all kinds of things during the game. I give one to a player to track initiative and use one for tracking monster HP. Other players use them to track various things as well and they can be used as modular maps in a pinch.

Similarly I got these blank ID cards because they're actually dry erase! They aren't super useful compared to the mini white boards, I end up using them for MTG instead.

A 1-inch hole punch can be used to create super cheap tokens (print monster faces on card stock.)

u/RocketTech99 · 1 pointr/sysadmin

Please don't. It fades, rubs off, and is un-intelligible. You don't need to buy a $1000 labeling kit, but at least get something like this, this, or even this. Heck, almost anything would be better.

u/alanwj · 8 pointsr/AskElectronics

For the majority of my components I use 3 ring binders filled with baseball card holders. I took some pictures.

Imgur Album

It works great for small things for which I have multiple different values, like resistors and capacitors.

Here's are the actual bits I used if you want to duplicate:

u/TheRougeSkeptic · 18 pointsr/SocialistRA

Here's the comment I linked to.

"Do not deface private property!

It would be illegal to buy sticker paper online- that can be used in any household printer (kind of like this)- and make a hi-res version of this image (kind of like this one I made) and print out as many stickers as you have ink and put them up in public areas where people might actually see them! Don't do it!

And especially don't use a version (like this one) that is easier on your printer ink!"

u/UserNumber01 · 169 pointsr/ChapoTrapHouse

Do not deface private property!

It would be illegal to buy sticker paper online- that can be used in any household printer (kind of like this)- and make a hi-res version of this image (kind of like this one I made) and print out as many stickers as you have ink and put them up in public areas where people might actually see them! Don't do it!

And especially don't use a version (like this one) that is easier on your printer ink!

u/jtjathomps · 1 pointr/Atlanta

I like to write people nice notes with this 8.5x11 sticky paper. Just to make sure they see them, I stick them on the driver side window. Sometimes I leave multiple notes - just to make sure my message gets across.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DJBMLV2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/starssand · 1 pointr/sticker

No problem! You can definitely self-print with sticker paper and cutting them out yourself with some scissors. Or you can draw on sticker labels that are pre-cut into rectangles already. With packing tape, you can make clear stickers, too! Here's a tutorial. Hope all goes well with your sticker adventure!

u/lochnessie15 · 1 pointr/crochet

For boxes < 1 pound, definitely ship first class. You can use PayPal for shipping labels - http://www.paypal.com/shipnow is a easier user interface if you're just shipping one package, but check out http://www.paypal.com/shipping for PayPal's multi-order shipping (it's less straightforward to use, but meant for lots of shipments). If you don't have them already, I'd highly recommend getting some sticker labels to print on due to the quantities you're sending out - I picked up these on Amazon awhile ago, but there are lots of different sellers.

I don't see a problem with the mylar bags. When I've shipped yarn in mylar bags, I've put it inside of a ziploc for extra insurance, but I've received lots of yarn and fiber in mylar bags and have never had an issue with them being torn up. If you're sending anything internationally, you might want to beef up the packaging a bit (double bag?).

u/OGShua · 7 pointsr/cigars

If you are just doing this split, go with USPS flat-rate.

Also, DO NOT trust the self-adhesive, use tape to ensure a good seal.

If you are planning on truly getting in on the box split game.

This is what I have:

  • Scale
  • Small boxes
  • Large boxes - Whatever I find, mostly reuse Amazon boxes
  • Labels - I will be moving to a this in the near future.

    I mostly ship First Class.

u/BendersMom · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

16 Adult Achievement Stickers (Adulting) - Perfect Funny Gift For White Elephant Gifts, Hostess Gifts, Christmas Presents, or Gag Gifts https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M6WYM6H/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_gYHfAb1CVP2BT

u/leopoldfitz · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

love this idea- maybe add something like these tags on them?

u/ComicBookNerd · 7 pointsr/FATErpg

I also want to touch upon something else you mentioned. You said you were having trouble keeping track of zones and aspects.

I use a standard grid battle mat to draw out the rough area and divide it into zones. We use figurines or markers like we would in Pathfinder and D&D, we just don't have to worry about the individual squares.

For board aspects, I use index cards, sticky notes, or - my personal favorite - wet erase cards and place them directly on the map/table. If the aspect has a free invoke, I place a fate point directly on it. When it is used, the player picks it up off the card and hands it back to me.

Here is a blog post I wrote with some Fate materials that may help you.

u/margalicious · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

$2.99 add-on page dividers for next semester!

Thank you for the contest, I love you :3

u/thejeninator · 3 pointsr/Disneyland

https://imgur.com/SmAQRBQ
I got myself one of these to attach to my lanyard! It has the front clear slot, and two slots in the back. I put my card & license in the back slots, ap in the front. :)
Here's the Amazon link! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017TH4OPI?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/Perizade · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Avacados sparkle with glitter.

adulting reward stickers

u/wiandiii · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I know this isn't a UK link, but maybe something like these ID holders? It's what I've been considering. You could use it with or without the lanyard, or use it like a keychain.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00HNIC7N0/

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B017TH4OPI/

u/FireTamer98 · 1 pointr/Amiibomb
  1. I order mine on Amazon, using this link here
  2. For prints, I use Staples and OfficeMax
  3. If you have Super Mario Maker for Wii U, if you scan it in, it will look different when used, and unless you use it on Super Mario Maker, I don't think there's a way to tell, I might be wrong though
u/jellycatuniverse · 2 pointsr/StudentNurse

I recently purchased a lab value card from amazon that sits behind my ID for quick reference at clinical:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009B7EY3M/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

For tests & class: repetition is your friend.

u/LindenRyuujin · 2 pointsr/classicwow

Thanks for the reply! So maybe something like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sheets-Quality-Adhesive-Sticky-Printing/dp/B01N9PYOB6 I should have thought to look for self adhesive paper!

u/Semper1371 · 3 pointsr/NFA

Not OP, but this is the one I ordered and I have been approved by ATF with prints sent using this ink. It’s small so you can only do one finger at a time so the last “all finger” boxes can be tricky if you’re slow as molasses.

Also order your FD258s from the ATF. Order a few dozen to practice with and ensure you’re getting something out of that $200 infringement tax stamp.

u/pamperedboy · 2 pointsr/ABDL

First time i found your site i bought these, i had allot of fun. works best with plastic backed, stick tabs straight to diaper tape

u/Fieldguide89 · 1 pointr/Flipping

I still use a regular printer. Thermal printers are nice, but I didn't have 200 bucks to spend on a printer.

Invest in some label paper. It'll save tape and time. Here's what I use
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PF1BSE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/Twizity · 1 pointr/sysadmin

I just recently completed documenting my core switch stack and firewalls cabling. I created a spreadhsheet and bought these wiremarkers.

It's still a WIP in progress, but I plan to have a bit more info like SFP (1G/10G/40G) vs copper port (10/100/1000).

I plan on doing similar for power.

u/CPaladino · 2 pointsr/rpg

Thanks Adventux - I did see that for the brand I linked.

RPGAcademy had a link to ID badges that work well:
Here's the Amazon listing

I'll update when I get them!

u/ash_monster · 2 pointsr/movies

I put mine in a book similar to this.

Easy to add tickets, and easy to flip through.

u/SS_MinnowJohnson · 2 pointsr/oculus

I used these and I'm very happy with how it feels. After fiddling with the setup I realized how important it was to have a pulley behind you.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KOVMFYI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/AdamBergeron · 1 pointr/computertechs

Personally I like to get these small labels and write my info in small sharpie. Then I will cover them with transparent scotch tape. This way the label never comes off, but also it isn't hanging off the cable or anything like those zip tie ones.

u/boredisaac · 2 pointsr/streetwearstartup

That is the most basic way to do it, but I've learned that paying for paying for shipping online is probably the most efficient way to do it. Plus they usually give a discounted rate for paying online. All you need is a printer and a postal scale (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SMHWZ42/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_JuB3wb2YR63SY). You can even get shipping labels (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001PF1BSE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_2uB3wbG6X4SXA) if you wanted to take your packaging a step higher. (Totally worth it imo)

Go to stamps.com or usps.com. Enter your package weight and dimensions. Purchase and print the label. Stick the label on the package and drop it off at a post office. Writing the address on the package isn't hard but I was taking at least a minute or more for each package and now and can get way more packages done in way less time. And don't have to wait in line at the post office anymore.

u/scott-42 · 3 pointsr/homelab

This is my new ethernet networking hub in the new house. I had two Cat6 and one RG-6 pulled to every drop and have 14 drops throughout the house. All of the ethernet drops (red and yellow in the top right of the picture) run to this cabinet and the RG-6 go to a panel to the lower right of this with the cable modem and firewall (pfSense). The house is a two story with a walk out basement and this cabinet is in a storage room next the to the stairs in the finished basement.

Equipment:

u/geometrikos · 4 pointsr/Etsy

I use this Brother Laser Printer (wifi enabled) and use half sheet adhesive labels. I thought the dedicated label printers were too expensive and this allows me to print packing slips as well.

u/Spik3ejw · 1 pointr/EDC

That's a great idea, I have ordered one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B017TH4OPI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 which a couple of people in my office have.

u/brizvela · 2 pointsr/KingdomHearts

Thanks! I got it on Amazon.

Amazon

u/FollowJesus2Live · 1 pointr/EDC
u/random_anal_buttlick · 1 pointr/TheXanaxCartel

these work beautifully

u/MagicManGreg · 7 pointsr/soccer

What do you do with your football tickets?

Last few years I've been keeping them in this. It's almost perfect- small sleeve for the ticket to go into, and a few lines beside it where I can write down the score and goalscorers. Only downside is the design on the front, can't find anything similar for sports.

What does everyone else do? Keep them somewhere to collect, just chuck them when you're done?

u/MLGonthorian · 1 pointr/FulfillmentByAmazon

Ok, sounds reasonable. Would it be fine for me to just use a thermal dymo 450 printer for product labels for now and just an inkjet with self-adhesive sheets (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PF1BSE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1), for the shipping labels?

u/Scawt · 1 pointr/boardgames

I haven't been able to find the exact ones I used in that video since I ran out, but the Amazon listing was replaced with these which I have used and they work fine.

u/gandothesly · 5 pointsr/FATErpg

I use these reusable washable Blank PVC Plastic Cards for Photo ID card Printers.

I use extra fine tipped wet erase markers. When the game session is over, I keep all cards with aspects needed for the next session. I rinse the other used card's ink off in the sink and dry in the dish rack.

I use different colors for different aspect types.

I start mooks and most NPCs "character sheet" on one or two of these cards. Once we are sure a character will be around a while, I transfer them to paper.

u/draco0562 · 5 pointsr/comicbooks

no I use Avery Multi-use Labels because it keeps the bag sealed but it also make it a lot easier to reopen
http://www.amazon.com/Avery-Removable-Print-Labels-Inches/dp/B00007M5GN/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1457814455&sr=8-1&keywords=avery+multi+use+labels
plus they are cheap

u/beardimus_maximus · 1 pointr/bleachshirts

I've had some success with using plastic dividers like this glued down. Can't iron them but can be reused.

u/KittenAnne · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gift 5 - /u/writeandknow Don't Peek

u/werelock · 3 pointsr/raspberry_pi
  1. Purchase Full sheet label paper
  2. Shorten each project title to 13 characters or less
  3. Use new names to generate Micro QR Codes
  4. Print all of them, two of each.
  5. Put relevant one on each memory card
  6. Put matching one in a case for the rest of the collection, along with your written description of the project.

    ​

    I'd combine this approach with /u/Captainjbao card holder in maybe an index card box or a tin of some sort to put multiple holders within. You could organize the cards within each holder and put a QR code on the holder describing the set. Or even print a proper label either in the center of it or in that top left corner. This would allow you to store potentially dozens if not a hundreds of cards in a single box.
u/applepieforbreakfast · 3 pointsr/cigars

Avery 5418

These are the ones I used. Just big enough for the date, small enough to fit on the cello of a lancero. 0.5" by 0.75"

u/some_kid6 · 2 pointsr/NFA

I just did them myself for like 40 cents each.

Ingredients:

u/danielleiellle · 1 pointr/Flipping

Buy bulk peel-and stick labels. I like the half-sheet ones... Fba splits their labels in 2 and usps on eBay lets you print a half-sheet.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001PF1BSE/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1404349532&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40

u/julieses · 1 pointr/Gifts

Do you have some ticket stubs lying around from the concerts you've been to? Maybe make them into a collage, or buy him a ticket stub diary (like this one: http://amzn.to/1NEQ0WF) to preserve them.

As for local adventures, hit up Groupon and try to find something unique like a hot air balloon ride or an escape room!

u/PsijicMonkey · 1 pointr/tabletopgamedesign

Yep! Pieces are XPS and painted with mini/acrylic paint (My first time using XPS, but I think I managed). The cards are actually regular, old Bicycle playing cards. I modeled up the card face in GIMP and printed them onto sticker paper, cutting out the stickers, sticking them on and trimming the edges.

u/rosesarered330 · 2 pointsr/Flipping

Sorry I didn't give details. Laser printer with two labels per 8.5x11 sheet, like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001PF1BSE/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_EIVJxbJFK4YFF

u/somethrows · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I like to put these on each end of the wire.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003X26Y4I/ref=mp_s_a_1_11?qid=1417382476&sr=8-11&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70

Not this brand but all I could find quickly.

u/nim_opet · 2 pointsr/askTO

I bought a fingerprinting kit from Amazon (like $15-20 or so, don't remember), a teeny tiny inkpad, and I guess got the template from FBI website (or somewhere....I remember having a gridded paper of some sorts) and rolled my own, then sent to FBI. Got back my info two-three weeks later.

edit: this one, apparently only $7 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001HA4PJ4/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/youareahomo · 1 pointr/electricians

You can use Brady tags on your wires behind devices. Also label them at the panel. Here is what a book of them looks like. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003X26Y4I/ref=sr_sp-btf_title_1_4?qid=1394579345&sr=8-4

You could even go far enough to label the face plates but I think that would look pretty ugly in a home.

u/MmmLatinBoobies · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

I use this at work

Specialist ID Vertical Top Load Three Card Badge Holder - Hard Plastic with Heavy ... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017TH4OPI/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_1sBZDbW4DHKW9

u/Blarco · 1 pointr/Flipping

A cheap laser printer and half sheet labels will cost about the same as a thermal printer. Printer toner is cheap and lasts a while. Cheaper if you buy aftermarket toner or figure out how to refill toner.

u/PandasRLove · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This

Because I have a lanyard collection at home and KH is yet to be in it!

OMFG KH3

u/FattyTfromPSD · 4 pointsr/EDC

This is the industry standard. Kevlar wear/cut resistant cord and they hold a bit of weight before they start to unwind.

here

u/mellow12 · 20 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I bought these.

Badge reel

3 Card Holder

I use my own Lanyard rather the one that came with the badge holder. I just clip the reel to my Lanyard and put the badge holder on the reel.

u/JohannesVanDerWhales · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Personally I have a ticket stub book.

u/DarthFantastic · 1 pointr/diypedals

This is what I bought

Half Sheet Self Adhesive Shipping Labels for Laser & Inkjet Printers, 200 Count (BL-G8511-100) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001PF1BSE?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/doalittletapdance · 2 pointsr/winemaking

you can get those name badge sticker sheets and design a label on it.

https://www.amazon.com/Printable-Sticker-Paper-Sheets-Blank/dp/B01DJBMLV2

I used a laser and made some for myself

https://imgur.com/a/jnzsJGy

u/Daxos157 · 2 pointsr/FulfillmentByAmazon

Just as an example, these are the ones I use when I need removable labels. I'm not sure what kind of labels you use but there are removable ones out there.

u/latetothetable · 0 pointsr/boardgames

Refer to this reddit thread for the file

Regarding paper to use, it depends on what you want to do. I've seen people simply make the entire thing from basic computer paper and sleeve cards when necessary.

I personally printed on this, then stuck them to pieces of cardboard to add more weight. Pieces now resemble the One Night Ultimate Werewolf role pieces.

u/Ixliam · 3 pointsr/NFA

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001HA4PJ4 is what I used. Add on for $6.98.
I did use the fingerprint card holder here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0050AM5US which made a world of difference to keep it still and isolate each group.