DetailsHow many labels you can make per pack depends on the size and shape of the label you design. These Green labels are a blank slate for you to work on. You can make your labels by hand, or use a computer with a graphic software program to design your labels. Add as many as you want to each label sheet, and simply cut them out when they are done printing. Dry gummed back means that these labels will be easy to remove after use. 18 sheets per pack.
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Label Count 30 Dimensions (LxW) 11" X 8.5" Layout 1 Label per Sheet Adhesive Type Gummed
3.6 / 5.011 ReviewsGood if you have a laser printerI use a laser printer and the labels come out fine and dont run. The print quality is very good, about what you would expect with plain paper in a printer. They're a good way to label your beer or wine, especially if you have multiple styles. They go on easily and come off easily.April 13, 2013green labelI like the green labels for my IPA bottles. It gives it an "earthy" feel to it. These are good quality. They stay on nice, but are easy to remove too.April 28, 2013Value optionUsing some software I can make about enough labels for more than two batches. Good value for a home brew label used at home or with friends.February 4, 2014Good for starter labelsI wasn't looking fro anything amazing, I just want some basic labels so I can tell my beers apart and so that those I give them to know what they are drinking. These are ok for that purpose I use a laser printer so don't have the problems of ink running.July 13, 2013You get what you pay forI just wanted to make some quickie labels, I wasn't expecting anything fancy. For the money they're alright. I can mess around with my color printer and make some labels and slap them on. Just don't let the labels get wet because the ink will run and they will come off. For casual non-serious use they are fine.September 20, 2013Quickie labelsI can print out a set of labels on my inject (using generic ink) for a fair price. These aren't meant to last forever, they are conversation pieces and ok for what I need them for.November 10, 2013Kind of cool...kind of.I will always look back at this product with fondish memories. Did my experience the other two people's reviews? Yes. Did it bother me that much? No. This is by far a perfect product but to me that was okay for the novelty of seeing your own custom made label on your own custom made beer. And one thing that I did enjoy about the labels is that they do come off easily with water. Which if you've cleaned off enough labels from commercial bottles; you can really appreciate a label that comes off easily.March 13, 2013Wont buy againAfter buying these I wont get them again. They are lower end "entry level" labels. I'll use them up but try something different. Its fun at first making your custom labels. But the novelty wears off, and the quality should be improved.June 4, 2013I won't buy them againThese are low cost labels for anyone who wants to experiment but they aren't really very good. They don't look that good, and the ink will run if they get wet. I had trouble with some of them staying affixed to my bottles. It's a novelty item really.August 14, 2013Poor LabelsThink of these labels as essentially the front and back of the sticky area on an envelope. The side that is printed on is similar to basic computer papar. As a result it smears easily when it gets just a little wet. The sticky side is applied by moistening the paper and sticking to the surface. Unfortunately this method does need seem to be particularly effective when applying to glass bottles. Overall this is a poor product.December 1, 2011
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