DetailsHow many labels you can make per pack depends on the size and shape of the label you design. These White 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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Dimensions (LxW) 11" X 8.5" Layout 1 Label per Sheet Adhesive Type Gummed
4.6 / 5.032 ReviewsNice TouchI had no problems using these with my inkjet, but I keep the designs minimal. A image and the style of beer, nice for when I bring to parties or to watch a football game.November 16, 2012Great way to customize your brew!These are a great way to make your brew your own. They are easy to use and a great way to impress your friends and family with your home-brew.January 16, 2013Fun and easyThe labels work as advertised and run through a laser printer with no problems. I don't care if it's not waterproof, they spiff up my gift bottles and people like them. The ink doesn't run from incidental condensation.January 17, 2013Nice homebrew labelsEasy to use, and a good price, a good choice for starter labels. I use a laser printer to prevent the ink from running if the label gets wet. You wont be able to stick the bottles in an ice bucket because the labels will come off._x000D_March 2, 2013Easy LabelsI purchased this product after deciding to add bottling to my beer making. I started out all grain and have always kegged my beer. I found out that by constantly bragging about my "home brew" beer to my friends and co-workers I needed a way to bring it to those friends that did not visit my home for a draft version of my beer. This labels are easy to use once you set up a label font with photo. They easily stick to the bottle and are extremely easy to remove with just a short water soaking. I have found that you get better finished results by printing the labels, letting them dry and spraying the outside printed area with clear spray lacquer. It gives the labels a professional finish and they won't bleed or smudge. Great price for a lot of labels.March 9, 2013Excellant LabelsI use these on all my wine. I make 8 labels per sheet on MS Publisher and have them printed at a local office supply store for 40cents a sheet on a laser printer. They come right off afterwards with just a soak in plain water.April 1, 2013Just what I neededI keg the majority of my brews but I also bottle some of the batch and stash them in the cellar to enjoy long after the keg has been devoured. I never took the time in the past to make labels because most of my brews don't get to age long enough to forget what in it. I recently found some bottles that got lost for a couple of years and found them to still to be very good although I don't have a clue when they were bottled or which recipe I used. I have forced myself to stay away from my private stash for awhile and now have 6 different brews aging. I'd rather be drinking beer then making or washing off labels but wanted something on the bottle to clue me in on how long it has been aging and which beer it was. I bought the label making white paper and simply typed the beers name and day I bottled it on my word processor. I had enough room to make labels for all 6 beers I had bottled on one sheet of paper. Yes as other reviews claim, the ink will run if you get it wet if using an ink jet printer but the solution is easy, don't get the face of the label wet. This label making paper worked perfect for me. Small little label I stick on the neck of the bottle which is easy to read but washes off easily. There are a number of sheets of paper in the pack and if I keep making these 1" x 2" labels the same way, I will not be spending another $5.50 on labels for a long time.April 5, 2013label paperThis is nice paper. Just plain old labels, nothing fancy. So if you have good software, you can make any type of label you like. The price is the cheapest I could find on the net too.April 24, 2013These are ok if you have a laser printerFor starter labels these aren't bad. They are inexpensive and come out ok with a laser printer. I'm sure Ink Jet labels would run if they get soaked.July 20, 2013If you have a laser printer these are OkI was messing around with my laser printer and some design software and made labels in the style that Stone Brewing uses. The labels look nice and my friends are amused. These are fun for messing around with.September 23, 2013
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