One of my friends Russell has been making a blog over at WorldLabel.com with some awesome posts on various different things you can do with laser labels, here’s some of my favorite DIY/HOWTO guides from WorldLabel Blog:
- How to Make Labels for Cans – This is great DIY for those of you who want to make a special, customized gift for your friends/family.
- How to Print Labels in Linux Ubuntu – Are you a Linux user? You will definitely want to learn how to print labels on Ubuntu. – Also check out the OpenOffice tutorial.
- 10 Best Free Online Photo Editors – This is a great post for those of you who don’t know how to use Photoshop.
- Free wedding labels – These are free fill-in PDFs for wedding CDs, cards, and more.
- How to Design Wine Labels in Adobe Illustrator – Here’s a great guide on making that awesome custom label for your vineyard.
- How to Clean Your Printer – Yes, this one I will definitely bookmark, I can remember many times in the past when I junked my printer because it was dirty.
- 50 Business Card Ideas – Really interesting collection of business cards.
On top of the great DIY/HOWTO articles you can check out, WorldLabel.com provides one of the lowest prices for labels in the world. (hence “World” “Label”)
As I have mentioned many times before, there’s are ways you can save by buying stuff online instead of at your local retail store. Buying labels isn’t any different, WorldLabel.com has the “lowest” prices anywhere for laser labels.
In this recession economy, it makes perfect sense to cut down on as many expenses as possible, WorldLabel.com makes it possible for you to save a LOT on labels so you can keep that change and use it for something else.
If you run a business, you might be interested to learn that labels can be painfully expensive at traditional label stores. Worry no more as WorldLabel.com provides practically all type of laser labels at fraction of the retail cost.
WorldLabel.com also provides you with instant FREE access to PDF label maker, you can download and print out fairly quickly, without having to adjust your printer, MS Word settings, etc…etc…
(Thanks Russell for the tip! Your blog is looking really good!)