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Old 03-18-2009, 09:51 PM   #1
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Hi, I make extra large labels that I print on heavier stock, double sided and tied onto the bottle neck.

This is the label for my Red Coat Organic India Pale Ale.

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These are the labels for Glinda the Good Organic Blonde Ale.

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Organic ESB

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very nice work man!

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Great, especially the last two.

Just to be a bit of a nerd: the music in Singing Boys doesn't look like it's meant to be sung - I'd bet it's an etude for violin?

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