What types of label makers do people have for their tins/bags/etc?
I got a cheapo Epson LabelWorks LW-300 for $9 the other day which works fine but doesn’t allow me to get all the info on the label I’d like.
What do you all use?
Neither of these are label makers per se, but,
I’m considering getting Post it note label tapehttp://www.amazon.com/Adhesive-Inches-Yellow-1-Pack-2650-Y/dp/B008DF55JA/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1359767416&sr=8-9&keywords=post+it+note+label+tape
(In green though) but not sure yet. I may also speak to a crafter on etsy and get some custom decorating tags and use those.
I print on address label sheets and stick the labels to my jars and tins.
I have a Brother P-touch. It seems to work real good and has options for size of print and label, etc. I received it as a gift but I am sure it was no more than $20 or $30. I believe it came from Walmart.
I just use a Brother P-touch. I try to label with the name of the tea, year / season of harvest (if known), source I got it from, and when I obtained it.
In the case where I need to put Chinese characters or other things that I can’t easily do on the p-touch, I just print it out on paper and then tape it on.
I’m very low tech. I’ll often cut the label from the zip lock bag the tea comes in and tape it to the tin.
I use the original labels too. Until I think of something better this works just fine.
I picked up some round Avery labels and used one of their online templates. Aligning my printer with the label sheet was tedious. I had to print out several test sheets before getting it to perfectly align, but I do enjoy the end result.
I think you win!
I bought some round labels like that at a craft store, used a Halloween stamp on them in a light color and wrote over that, but they don’t look nearly as neat as yours do.
I almost gave up and wrote directly on the labels! I’m not sure if I’ll go through the hassle again next time I need to make more.