Post # 1
I am a total DIY novice so please help!
I’d love to print round labels at home with my monogram (1" or 2").
Is it possble to do that at home? Do I need to buy a special punch (I can’t cut for the life of me)? Does anyone know if a company makes blank printable circle labels in sheets?
If this is possible, do I need a certain program do it (other than word)?
I did a google search but didn’t really come up with anything.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Post # 3
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Hi! Paper Source makes circle labels and even gives you a Word template. You can always print a whole sheets of labels on (8.5 x 11) label paper and cut the circle yourself with a circle cutter.
Post # 4
BREATHE!! If you don’t get the circles from the papersource site – I know that Martha has some at Michael’s and now even at Wal-Mart.
Post # 5
thanks ladies! you are so helpful as usual 🙂
I found a few sellers on etsy so now I just need to figure out if its cheaper to do it myself.
Post # 6
Try http://www.avery.com as well. In the search field just type in “Circle” and you’ll get several results. You can download the template for free and you can decided whether or not you’d like to purchase the labels to print it on. For me, I am going to forgo the labels, print it on cardstock, then cut them out with a circle punch.
Post # 7
@Habibi: Yes Avery sells packs of blank ones and then you use their template on their website. It’s really easy! I just use them in Word, design and print! I just saw some this morning at Staples when I was grabbing other labels.