I size mine to fit Avery mailing labels and have Office Max put them through a laser printer because inkjet ink runs when wet. Costs in Montana about 8 bucks for 60 labels. No sales tax here.Hello everyone. I'm a noob here, I have a question for all you label makers. I would like to know what settings you're using to print your labels on the regular inkjet. I guess I mean what dimensions? and what kind of paper, can I use just regular paper? Thanks in advance for any responses.
Please post some pictures the next time you get a chance. I am curious to see what your bottles look like.I've etched a few glasses (all of which I gave away, so I don't have any pics) with a roll of masking tape, an Xacto knife, and Armor Etch. They all come out great, but it takes a lot of time to cut out complex designs. Cheap though, a small jar of Armor Etch lasts a long time.
I've since gotten a Cricut machine that I use to cut stencils out of contact paper, then etch with Armor Etch.
I don't do this to bottles (too much work for something like that), but I did happen to find a pic of this glass I made for my dad a while ago.
His first car was a '63 falcon that he paid $50 for, drove for 3 years, then sold for $50. About 10 years ago he found another one in New Hampshire that he bought. We've since spent countless hours working on it. Not that it needs a lot of work, its just fun to play with it. And my dad is awesome so these things are great to do with him.
Where, how or whatever did you find or make the layout, I love it, the side text withthe gov warning and such, I need this...lolHere's the labels for our 2 beers we have already made (red ale, and porter) and the label for the pale ale that is fermenting now. Pale ale ABV is not correct on the current label. View attachment 208316
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