Thursday, December 11, 2008

Lip Balm Template . . . free for everyone

So as I posted earlier I am super excited about making a lip balm label template with 20 labels per page. Well I found a site to upload the document so I can share it with you all!

Please note that the labels that I use are full sheet labels, pretty much one big sticker.

MS Publisher Version

MS Word Version

I suggest that you do a test print on a regular sheet of paper first, don't wanna waste a label!

7 comments:

Susan said...

Thank you so much for this lip balm template, you have saved me from a few hours messing around. Worked a treat. I used some doublesided tape to get it started and now I will put clear contact over the top. Shrink wrap tomorrow. Done and dusted!

Pastor Tom Faulk said...

Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me how you adhered the labels to the tubes. Did you use sticker paper?

VivK said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I was going crazy trying to work out how to make a label for my tubes and you have saved my sanity! They are the perfect size and I can print everything I need onto each space. Im off to make lipbalms knowing the labels will come out fine now!
Viv (VivianneK soaps on Facebook)

Jing Yi Kenny Tan said...

Thank you so much! I was thinking of designing lip balm labels for my future engagement party. :) This is really save me from a lot of trouble. :)

Jessie said...

Oh wow, as you can tell I've neglected my blog for a while, I'm so glad everyone was able to use the lip balm template.

I have adhered them two ways, first was printing on full sheet labels and just using that. Not water resistant but pretty quick.

The second was on regular paper and using packing tape, a little more time consuming, but water resistance.

Anonymous said...

thank you thank you thank you....I have been working on finding labels for lip balm and other product labels for weeks! this is awesome, I can change the size...finally. and it's cheap :-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you!! This is still helpful. I was using tables in Word but this is much better