I'm designing my own label using linoleum-block printing for that hand-crafted/symbolic/mystical/old school look.
And I don't have any fancy computer programs, nor the inclination or money to purchase them.
What would be a good method to waterproof my labels, since my plan basically is to carve out the stamp, get a good print and then scan the sucker onto my computer, shrink it down to beer-bottle/wine bottle size and go from there.
For those who are curious, my design is an Ouroboros (circular snake-eating-tail symbol) surrounding a Celtic trinity with an apple in the middle (Ok, ok, this is for my cider, I admit it) and in the open spaces, Norse runes Jera for the harvest, Ansuz for omens and Wunjo for joy.
I can post a picture of it later, soon as I get it carved out and perfected.
But yeah- what would be a good means to waterproof my labels is what I really want to know.