Clear Address Labels, Laser - 2 5/8" x 1" (30 labels per sheet)

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Clear Address Labels, Laser - 2 5/8" x 1" (30 labels per sheet)
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MJ
05/07/2013
Mary J
Orlando, FL
  • Projects Wedding Diy

Missed the mark

These didn't work well with the at home printer for metalic navy envelopes I purchased. I will probably return the unopened package.

JK
06/22/2012
Jennifer K
Windsor ON, Michigan (MI)
  • Projects Wedding Invitations

Clear Labels great for Metallic Envelopes

Labels look great printed with Laser Printer. PRINTING: Text printed onto label is crisp, and does not smear or scratch off. A note of caution if you are planning to use in a commercial office laser printer, I sent one sheet thru and it jammed, melted, and printing smeared. Printing worked great and looked beautiful in a smaller laser printer. APPEARANCE: Labels look similar to clear packaging tape - they and are very shiny. Use caution when handling, finger prints stuck to the adhesive will show when applied to dark coloured surfaces. Good adhesion, and look really good on metallic envelopes.

C
02/28/2011
Carol
D, Outside US (Intl)

Easy Peasy!

These were super easy to use with the template provided on the website, and looked great on the envelopes. Thanks

L
03/23/2010
Lr
Savanna, Georgia (GA)

Clear address labels

The labels are a good standard size for printer templates. I asked a print shop to use these to print my wedding invitation address labels and the paper melted in the rollers of their machine - theirs may get hotter than traditional printers. So, these may still work well in my home printer