Post # 1
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
So, I designed my wrap around labels for my envelopes in Paint.net and I’m struggling to figure out how to get the names and addresses onto the darn things (besides typing them). I was thinking about downloading a trial of adobe and trying that out, but I really don’t know how to make it work. I just know that that’s what martha used…hehe. So, help! What’s the easiest way to do this, without all the time it will take me to type it up two addys at a time and print?
Post # 3
I’m not familiar with Paint.net. Do the labels come in sheets or individually?
Post # 4
If you can insert your paint.net file as a picture or object into Word, you can do the addys as text boxes with a see-through background.
Post # 5
As far as not having to type every address separately, of course you’re going to have to do that somewhere. If you have an Excel database with all of them in the correct format, you might be able to link it. Otherwise you can copy them into the text box from another document. We did all the envelopes for our Save-The-Date Cards on the computer, and for 150 of them it took us less than 4 hours to type and print each mailing address (front of envelope) separately (on the envelope). I typed, Darling Husband fed the printer and stuffed and stamped. We could probably have gone faster, but we did it on a Saturday afternoon with the help of a few gin-and-tonics. It was a lot of fun, actually.