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    Hi there,

    can anyone recommend a source for sticky address labels - I would like to get stickers printed with our company logo and address for putting on the back of parcels I am sending to customers.

    thanks!

    Louise
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  • #2
    Do you mean that you want to buy plain labels and print them yourself or do you want to order them and have them printed for you? If you just want to buy them yourself, I got mine from a local stationary shop called Stationary Box. I got 25 sheets of 24 labels for £1.99, which I thought was pretty good. Not sure if its a national store but its worth just checking your local stores.

    If you want to get them printed then I'm not sure. I'm sure soemone else would be able to suggest something though. Maybe try ebay (the famous solution to every query!!!) ???
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    • #3
      thanks

      Well I was thinking of someone else printing them for me, but at that price, I think I would have to make them myself!! Thanks!
      www.cleocrafts.co.uk
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      • #4
        I have just been to Aldi and they currently have labels in various sizes, 100 sheets for £3.99!!! Now that's a bargain!
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        • #5
          I do labels which I put on the back of my envelopes. I bought them from ebay and print them myself. This is probably the cheapest option as printers can be expensive. At least this way if you run out, you can quickly print some more......

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          • #6
            I'm a Stationary Box customer and have bought and printed my own labels for ages. Much cheaper than getting them printed and you have total control so you can change them anytime if you want without having 1000's to trawl through.
            Helen

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            • #7
              Poundland have lables at the moment (can you guess the price?!) - they are 3 across ones, so just the right size for sticking on the back of parcels etc.
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              • #8
                www.bagnboxman.co.uk Im sure they do printed babels.
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                • #9
                  You can get around 140 (i think its 140 but it may be slighty more or less) printed address labels for free from vistaprint. You just pay for postage, which is about £3.00. 140 might not seem like alot but you can order more than once and £3 aint really that much for 140 printed labels. They are a really nice quality too
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                  • #10
                    I've got a Dymo labelwriter. I can print the customer's address one by one and I also use it to price my items for the fairs.
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                    • #11
                      Staples will have avery labels. My mum uses them quite a lot for address labels and other things. She isn't a business, so they are just for home use really, though one of her friends keeps asking for labels for the backs of her watercolour prints.

                      I'd say much more flexible than a printers.
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