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Are you considering personalizing your own address labels? This type of product can make it easier to send out bulk greetings, thank-you cards and invitations. Some people may not send mail often enough to warrant getting this product, or so they think. Actually, address labels can be used in a variety of ways apart from sending out post.
If you ordered black address labels to use on wedding invitations or birth announcements, you may be wondering what you should do with the extras. Do you have to simply put them on outgoing envelopes? There are a few other things you can do.
You can use address labels to mark your belongings. For example, if you have a habit of lending books to friends and family, you can help ensure you get your novels back by putting an address label in the front cover. Have you ever taken a dish to a potluck only to never see it again? Put a label on your bowls, pans and spoons to let everyone know who they belong to.
You can also use address labels on gifts. It may not be ideal, but you can stick your leftover address labels on a gift when you run out of personalized gift tags. For example, do you give out canned items as presents? Consider sticking an address label on your goods to make sure everyone knows who made them.
Have you ever considered using address labels to sign up for raffles or events? It can be hard to fit your name, phone number and address on the cramped card while holding tight to your kids. If you have some leftover address labels, however, the task can be a lot simpler.
Finally, you can actually give address labels as a gift. Now, this shouldn’t be your leftover black address labels. Instead, make a set of labels for your friend who recently moved or as a Christmas present for your grandma.