wine lables


Where (in the UK) can I buy label blanks for both white and red? All ebay searches seem to pull up is personalised stuff.
Many thanks.
McKevvy
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McKevvy

Avery is particle gummed adhesive paper isnt it? My days of old as a printer seems to recollect that.
McKevvy
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McKevvy

I just use four-up on an 8.5" x 11" sheet and use Publisher to make the labels. I apply them to the bottle with a glue stick which makes it VERY easy to remove from the bottle.
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Bob Becker

Avery 6464 labels are "removable". They came recommended to me and that's what I've used.
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JB

Depends on what you want as far as quality goes. Basics start with photocopy paper through a laser printer with scissors and glue. If you're looking to do your 'Reserve Private Bin Chateau Rothschild Plonk' batch then light weight glossy photo paper through a photo-quality inkjet with waterproof inks would be more fitting. In between there are the various avery type sticky labels. Go for flat sided bottles as curved and tapered bottles are a b*tch.
McMikey
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Mike

I suggest you check out our wine label section.
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If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Thanks,
Matt Hamilton
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Matt

Thanks but I don't really want to order from abroad - especially as its just for wine labels ffs.
McKevvy
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McKevvy

Cheers Mikey, I reckon that Avery particle gummed (or any particle gummed) would be ok but I've still to hunt around on the net for some. The irony is that as a printer who worked in a large company with literally pallets of all papers lieing around, none of my old contacts in the trade work for any other companies that stock it. Photo paper is out because I refuse to spend =A330 on inkjet cartridges for my colour epson printer - although I'd be happy using my mono laser if I had a decent artwork blank.
McKevvy
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McKevvy

I also use the removable Avery 6464, and once printed, I take outside and spray with satin clear spray - which makes them more water proof. Oh, I use color ink jet. I guess if you have laser that's better. smile. DAve > Avery 6464 labels are "removable". They came recommended to me and that's > what I've used. > > > "Bob Becker" wrote in message > news:kbCdna9TmtRADDTUnZ2dnUVZ snipped-for-privacy@suscom-maine.net... >> I just use four-up on an 8.5" x 11" sheet and use Publisher >> to make the labels. >> I apply them to the bottle with a glue stick which makes >> it VERY easy to remove from the bottle. >> >> >> "McKevvy" wrote in message >> news: snipped-for-privacy@x13g2000yqf.googlegroups.com... >>> Where (in the UK) can I buy label blanks for both white and red? All >>> ebay searches seem to pull up is personalised stuff. >>> >>> Many thanks. >>> >>> McKevvy > >
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Dave Allison

OH. gotta try that!!! thanks for the tip! DAve >> I also use the removable Avery 6464, and once printed, I take outside >> and spray with satin clear spray - which makes them more water proof. >> Oh, I use color ink jet. I guess if you have laser that's better. smile. > > I take them to Staples and have them printed on their color laser printer. > The laser ink doesn't run. > > >
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Dave Allison

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