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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 I need a laptop because the computers at school are SO outdated.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/throwawayrobber666 · 11 pointsr/IllegalLifeProTips

No. There’s a really good one I know.

Steal a whole stack of blank gift cards from Walmart. I usually go for the birthday ones, wedding ones, because people load more to them. (Proven;). Now take em home and scratch the silver strip thingy and note all the numbers down. Pin, card number and barcode photo (just in case but I’ve never used the barcode)

Next go buy scratch off labels from amazon I promise this will be the best 6.98 you’ve ever spent.
Put the labels back on the gift cards, walk back into Walmart and put the cards back on the shelf.

Now just wait for someone to load them.
Then make a Walmart account using a throwaway email. Download the Walmart app and be sure to disable location permission on your phone(which ideally will be iPhone due to googles willingness to rat people out). Next add the cards since you noted the PIN and card number earlier.
Shopping spree time. Spend the balance online in the Walmart app or use Walmart pay in store.
Poor gift card purchaser. This is kinda a dick move tbh but who cares. Your making money here(and seriously I don’t give or accept gift cards, I give cash and sell gift card I get on rare occasion for cash so no karma here;)

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 ( 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/gorilla-gardener · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

For full on meal prep it can get costly, but glass containers are awesome.

There’s Pyrex/anchor ones:

You can also get reusable silicone bags. Freeze like you usually would in ziplocks.

My cost effective solution for soups & stews or anything that comes out of the instant pot or slow cooker is mason jars with plastic lids. The glass can go straight in the microwave & the kids are easy to wash & label.

Also these labels are the best imo:

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/wineduptoy · 3 pointsr/winemaking

Hm. I work at a winery and every once in a while we get custom labels for people that say things like "Happy Holidays from the Smiths" etc. For 25 bottles, I would definitely recommend Etsy. There are lots of sellers.

Designing is a little harder. You can look around and see if there's an Etsy seller with a design you like? Most will customize. Paying anyone a design fee for 25 bottles seems like it wouldn't be worth it.

In a pinch, we've also printed our own with something like this:
If you don't have a printer that will work, you can often bring your own paper to a print store and they'll do it.

Good luck!

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 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/Radioactive24 · 1 pointr/HBL

I use this. have been my go-to for over a year now.

Personally, a little more expensive than the Avery stuff, but way more durable and they look hella nicer. Comes off bottles very cleanly for reuse as well. Print it with a photo/laserjet printer.

Also, you can contact Neato directly about buying in bulk and they'll cut you a sweet price break, plus free shipping (although, not 2-day).

And waterproof (to a great degree).

u/ranchdepressing · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy happy joy joy

I'm getting a red velvet vibe from you. I don't know why.

Link but I would like to be surprised. :)

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 right now but I also have sitting on the shelf. Both seem to work fine.
  • For removable labels I use
  • I also have some 3.5 x 1.125 labels I rarely use on some specific larger items


    As far as printers: I use the Dymo 450 turbo and brother laser

    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/redem · 1 pointr/FulfillmentByAmazon

Amazon will label products for a fee, but they do so by scanning the existing product barcodes and matching that up to your inventory. Most products have one printed on the packaging.

There are a couple of size options for the printer label templates that Amazon provides. Simplest way is to see for yourself. Create a quick shipment, the labelling page is the third stage I believe. You can see at the bottom of the page the different sizes. These are all for standard A4 printers.

Something like this is the paper you need.

Not my product nor any client of mine. I don't sell on Amazon myself, I work for a company that sells support in selling on Amazon. I don't endorse the seller for the quality of the product or service, they're just the first that came up for me searching. In fact, the listing's a bit crap, clearly breaking multiple rules. Not important. It serves as a good example of the sort of paper you need. You need to match the paper to the template you want to use, so it all lines up properly.

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...

I also got these little labels:

Avery Removable Print or Write...

Hope this helps!

u/JayDeePea · 1 pointr/RandomActsofCards

I bought this from amazon (uk)

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 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/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/etourneau · 2 pointsr/Etsy

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

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] ( you can download. I printed them on this [label paper.] (

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/RobertoCruzing · 1 pointr/FulfillmentByAmazon

Fee's. Learn to avoid fee's. If you plan on listing more than 40 items get the pro FBA seller account for $39.99 and get rid of that $1 fee per item.

Then get labels, I bought Avery knockoffs on amazon and print with a laser printer.30 labels per sheet and label the products yourself before sending them in. The only fee's you should incur are the commission fee, and 2x FBA fee's.

Some times you might need to place a suffocate warning sticker, or wrap an item and then I usually have FBA do the wrapping since I don't have the shrink wrap or plastic for that. I think you can print your own suffocate warning stickers but haven't looked into that yet.

Since you are doing FBA, I recommend you price based on Prime availability. I have priced most of my items based on Prime and have sold when there have been others with merchant fulfilled that were cheaper. People just want free shipping and 2 day from Prime.

Other than these basics and trying to post it before you buy in bulk suggestion is all I have!

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.

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

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/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.

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 - is a easier user interface if you're just shipping one package, but check out 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/62westwallabystreet · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

Leftover management is a huge challenge for me, so I did two things to make it easier. First, I use ONLY the 2 and 4 cup Ziploc Twist N' Lock containers. The lids are interchangeable, completely leakproof, and cheap enough that I don't care if some disappear. They also stack nicely in the fridge and cabinet, and are fine in the freezer, microwave, and dishwasher.

Second, every new container gets one of these labels made by Label Once. I used to use tape but it was a hassle. These are dishwasher proof, easy to write on and erase, and cheap. One set is plenty for almost everyone.

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/levidurham · 8 pointsr/cableadvice

Doing a job for <Major Department Store in every Mall> we used something like these:

They are designed to use with a printer, but you can do marker. They're about 4"x2" with a white bit in the middle. They wrap around for custom fit and cover the written part of the label with the clear portion of the label.

So, conclusions, -0.5 for wanting to use a full-size printer, +1 for adhesion, +1 for protecting label surface.

u/rossumcapek · 1 pointr/tabletopgamedesign

Blank dice and stickers. You're going to change things.

Here's 50 blank dice for nine bucks:

Here's a thousand half-inch round stickers you can print on for six bucks:


Fifteen bucks and you've got perfect tools for prototyping. Bonus: use colored pencils and you can revise as you playtest.

u/ScarletJBun · 1 pointr/sticker

Hey thanks for replying! So I’ve tried about 3 vinyl paper in which all three harbor the same results, “Cricut Vinyl Paper”, PPD Inkjet Glossy Creative Vinyl Stickers , and Neato Blank White Full Sheet Printable Labels .
I’ve tried 2 laminates, XFasten and StyleTech

All can be found on amazon

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

u/norabw · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

We use these for bottles/sippies: Baby Bottle Labels, Self-laminating - Great for Daycare

And these for clothes: Avery No-Iron Kids Clothing Labels, Washer & Dryer Safe, Writable Fabric Labels, 45 Daycare Labels (40700)

And a tether for the paci

u/rmor94 · 1 pointr/cider

Thank you!

The labels are great, here’s where you can get them:

Beer Labels, Waterproof, Blank to...

u/Listener-of-Sithis · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Ditto. I use a glue stick whenever I label a beer that I’m not intending to end up in an ice chest. It stays on well enough, and is easy and cheap.

If I do want to put it in an ice chest, I found a pretty decent set of print stickers on amazon that are water resistant. It’s a bit of a bitch, getting the images to line up with the stickers, but it’s an option. Edit: print stickers link - although now I’m seeing some other good looking options. It’s been a while since I’ve done this.

u/Perizade · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Avacados sparkle with glitter.

adulting reward stickers

u/LindenRyuujin · 2 pointsr/classicwow

Thanks for the reply! So maybe something like this: I should have thought to look for self adhesive paper!

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

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/DorffMeister · 1 pointr/silhouettecutters

Oh I see. Well, you cannot really go more shallow than "1" I assume. After I cut, I can pull the page off of the bed and remove the stickers individually from the sheet. I believe it scores through the backing some but not enough for the whole sticker to fall out.

It may be a case of the media not being completely appropriate for your needs. I've been happy with

and they are cheap-ish. I just bought a 10 pack of

but have't tried them, yet.

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/KimberLovesTMBG · 2 pointsr/mealprep

Here they are! We have them and they work great!


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/rayyeter · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I use these erasable labels when I do bottle things (beer gun from keg unless I specifically want to bottle condition a batch)

They're great, just make sure you put them on a bottle when it's dry.

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 ( You can even get shipping labels ( if you wanted to take your packaging a step higher. (Totally worth it imo)

Go to or 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.


u/teenlinethisisnitro · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

My son is 14 months old and in daycare, and at this age the only things we bring are diapers, wipes, and extra clothes. We use these Avery labels and love them.

u/rain41 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I love these labels: just use a sharpie and they can go through the dishwasher and washing machine, so great for bottles, sippy cups, clothes, etc.

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/tigershadowclaw · 1 pointr/homelab

After this gets delivered (or maybe before), I would go ahead and terminate the office side of the cables you need to connect. That way you can connect the tone generator side to the cable then go find the other end in the bundle. Be aware that sometimes the tone receiver (the part with the metal tip) needs to almost be in contact with the wire in order to receive the signal depending on how long the run is and how cheaply made the tone generator is.

Also these ( ) or these ( ) should help to fix the problem for the future. Or just a regular label maker and some clear tape would work as well.

u/random_anal_buttlick · 1 pointr/TheXanaxCartel

these work beautifully

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 (, for the shipping labels?

u/TheRipler · 4 pointsr/HomeNetworking

Back in the day, I used a cable label printer. It was invaluable when labeling 500+ patch cables at a time. You could program it, and have it auto increment, etc.. etc..

For home use, you probably won't want to spend the cash on a dedicated printer. You could get some labels like these, and print sideways on them. Repeat the text over and over down the label, cut it in half, and wrap one half around each end of the cable. Basically, the home gamer version of these.

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/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
plus they are cheap

u/KittenAnne · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gift 5 - /u/writeandknow Don't Peek

u/fantastic_explosion · 7 pointsr/nursing

Actually this one has higher reviews- the one I initially posted apparently peels off like a champ :(

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/fivetide · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

Sure, just one each. Two for the best man actually. But besides that, we try hard not to get anyone too uncomfortable. So no poems or karaoke tasks ;)

We got them from german amazon (, so useless for english speakers, but you can design your own and buy scratch off stickers ...

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/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.

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:

u/l_____cl-_-lc_____l · 1 pointr/japanlife

Need to label some cables and am looking for something like this (self-laminating wrap around label), but cannot find anything similar sold online in Japan. Closest I could find was this. Figured I'd just take it apart and write on them manually. Anyone got any tips?

u/somethrows · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I like to put these on each end of the wire.

Not this brand but all I could find quickly.

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.

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

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/doalittletapdance · 2 pointsr/winemaking

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

I used a laser and made some for myself

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)

u/watch3r99 · 2 pointsr/fountainpens

I have a cutter so I made mine, but these have been used by others:

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/easy2memorize · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

I do sharpie on the tag too, unless there is no tag. Then I use these labels.

u/EdibleMalfunction · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

I have moved from Avery Labels (their software is really good) to Neato labels. I have to cut them out after they are printed but holy shit do they look good.

u/Klownicle · 1 pointr/lego

See my PM, but the direct answer is the digital document of stickers in a PDF form. Any printing of the PDF you'd need to manually cut out. This is what I did and prefer. The wheels are the hardest part due to the curves, but as they are black on black with quality sticker vinyl paper it's not noticeable if they are not perfect circles. The goal as you say is to avoid the White part. There are 5 wheels on the sticker sheet themselves when you only need 4, so there is room for "error" both in cutting and application.

I recommend these to print the stickers on; Neato-Blank-Full-Sheet-Labels/dp/B01FKXOJOY on Amazon.

u/konsyr · 2 pointsr/papermini

It's probably too late in your project for this, but you can always print alternatively so you can skip the seal step later. However, both of these make double sided figures problematic. This increases the costs, but might balance out some of the sealing costs.

Print to transparencies. (Of course, white is then an issue.) Example:

Print to water-resistant labels, and stick onto plastic. Example: and