I use Photoshop to throw them together. I print on white label paper with either 3.33 or 1.5 inch labels depending on the type of bottles I'm using. The labels are prescored and use an adhesive that makes them easy to remove. I'm still working on finding more of a photo-style paper since I lose some of the image quality with the current paper, but I love the fact they are easy to remove.
Thanks for all the feedback. Labels are just a small part of the fun of homebrewing.
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On Deck: AHS Fat Tire, AHS Belgian White
Primary 1: AHS Grand Cru
Primary 2: AHS Boddington's
Secondary 1: Dead Head Draught
Secondary 2: Open
Kegged: AHS Fat Tire Clone / NB Irish Ale / Dead Head Draught / NB Honey Kolsch
Bottles/Mini Kegs: NB Bourbon Oak Porter / Yorkshire Ale / AHS British IPA / Double Chocolate Stout / NB Honey Kolsch