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Old 07-08-2007, 05:08 PM   #1
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i just started making wine and cider and i need help with the labels. Can anyone reccomend a good program. Also am i better off using just regular paper instead of something like shipping labels

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i use adobe illustrator, but everyone has their preference.

shipping labels will work just fine, although they might run when they get wet. try to get waterproof labels if you want to make something really nice.

try onlinelabels.com. they're the only place i found that has waterproof inkjet labels. i just received some samples in the mail. have not tested them out yet, but as soon as i do i will post a review.

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