Ordering address labels – Addressing any situation

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Custom labels AND homemade goodies? Best. Gift. Ever...

Everyone needs address labels, am I right? They just make life easier—especially when sending large mailings, namely party invitations and thank you notes.

Over the course of my two and a half years here, I’ve noticed such creativity from our customers ordering address labels. Aside from the obvious, our labels come in quite handy for many cool reasons:

Gift tags: Personalizing and ordering address labels with “Happy Birthday”, “Happy Holidays” or any message, combined with your family’s names adds an even more personal touch to gift-giving! My children get gifts personalized by Santa every year.

Tags for homemade gifts: Whether ordering address labels to use as seals for bags containing homemade gifts (or baked goods), or as labels for jars of homemade jam, adding your personal text to a gift containing your personal touch is priceless!

Labels for the whole family: We all know how important it is to label our children’s items. And waterproof labels are essential for keeping up with sippy cups, lunch boxes, school books (covered school books, of course), toys, bag tags, and more! I also use them to ensure that I get my bakeware back after family reunions and pot-luck socials.

Allergy alerts: One very important (i.e. life-saving) way to use our labels is to personalize them with your child’s allergy alerts. Stick these important notices for daycare and nursery staff to see on bottles, cups, medications, …everything!

Bookplates: Use Amy’s whimsical designs on an address label as a bookplate for your child’s favorite books. After all, books are to be borrowed… but also returned!

We would love to hear some creative examples of how you use YOUR Amy Adele address labels! Leave me a comment—as always, I love hearing from you.

Ordering address labels – Addressing any situation was last modified: April 1st, 2011 by whitney
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