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White Label Making Paper


SKU# 7262

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Customize your wine and beer bottles with white printable adhesive-back label stock. Easy to print and cut to shape, each pack contains 18 sheets, enough for approximately 108 bottles.


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Get it in Ashburn by Thu May 24.
Printable Wine Labels

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Design a custom label for a wedding gift, a Superbowl party or just a note of bottling date and details with Northern Brewer's high quality White Label Making Paper

Customs wine bottle labels and beer bottle labels help to tell a story. You've already taken the time to brew your very best, maybe an IPA or perhaps a cabernet, but ultimately, it's the framing up of that very moment of tasting and consumption that is key.

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OK Labels if you Know What You are Doing
I designed my Oktoberfest labels and printed off 50 labels, cut them up and guess what I couldn't tell which side to print on. I thought I did from instructions but no I wasted half the label material by printing on the glue side. Would work great as a gag for clear water bottles. I will cut a sliver before putting it in the copier next time to verify if it is or isn't the glue side I am printing on. Better still verify the glue side and put a dot on each sheet to signify glue side to avoid future problems. Simple enough fix.
December 25, 2017
7 months ago
Labels stick well and are very easy to use. Removal is not too bad when you soak them in hot water.
March 22, 2017
1 year ago
It's paper, it's not labels
No templates, just gum on the back of marginal paper. I should have read the description closer. Complete waste of time and money. If you don't want to buy avery labels, buy a glue stick and use the nicer paper in your printer.
December 21, 2016
1 year ago
White label making paper.
This paper works great for making my own custom labels on my home brew. It also is easy to remove after I've emptied the container
August 15, 2016
Great Service
Very impressed with the service and fast shipping! Will be coming back for sure!
June 30, 2016
you should have actual shipping rate choices for when less than $7.99 for little things
June 15, 2016
Great paper pricey shipping
The paper is just what I was looking for. However it cost me more to have it shipped than the paper was worth. For that reason I will look to purchase my paper somewhere else. The shipping was promp and I received it on time, and will continue to visit your web site to look for products that I might need. Thanks. Russ Swier
January 16, 2016
it works well
the paper worked great for me- the only problem for me was determining which side to print on once it got shuffled around from swapping types of paper in the printer. I used a wet washcloth to moisten the glue side and the ink never ran.
December 2, 2015
I love this stuff
Paper with glue on the back. So simple, but to me making a label for the beer I create helps fulfil the pledge I make to myself: "Good beer deserves good art!" Right?
October 12, 2015
A pain to use, but what's the alternative?
Like everybody else has said, the hard part is applying enough water so the labels get wet, but not too wet. Spraying them with clear acrylic to make them waterproof? Seriously?Who makes 8.5 x 11 sheets of coated peel 'n' stick paper that will run through an ink jet printer and that come in various colors?
March 26, 2015
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Phil M on May 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes and No.
If you print with a laser printer, the stuff you printed will not smear.
However, the big reason I love this paper is that it floats off the bottle after a few minutes in warm water allowing me to reuse my bottles with minimal effort.
So if your intention was throwing a bunch of bottles in an ice bucket, you will end up with a bunch of loose labels and a bunch of unlabeled bottles.
Hope that answers your question.

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