Avery Address Labels with Gold Border for Inkjet Printers, 1" x 2-5/8", 300 Labels (6529)
Matte White Labels Feature A Decorative Gold Border Adding A Classic Look To Wedding Invitations Holiday Cards Thank You Notes Or Stationery, Guaranteed To Stick And Stay
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What buyers say about Avery Address Labels with Gold Border for Inkjet Printers, 1" x 2-5/8", 300 Labels (6529)
I did not receive the item I was supposed to receive, so I ordered it from Amazon instead. I really like these labels overall and I can no longer get them at our local business supply store.
The Baby Shower Invitations we are sending out were perfect because of the fancy labels and the gold lining.
These are some of the best address labels I have ever seen and they are very easy to put on and off.
They are fancy up my Save the Dates and will be on my wedding invites, which saved a lot of money by doing it myself and using the website, printing and making my own labels.
I was concerned that they wouldn't have enough gold sparkle and that they wouldn't have enough shimmer.
Is it possible to use these on a laser jet printer or only for ink jet?
I used the labels on a laser jet printer and they worked great.
The Silver border looks like it is flat, like just gray.
I bought the ones with a gold border and it was pretty, but not shiny.
I was looking for an all gold label 1 inch wide. Will it show the letters underneath or is it opaque?
I used the border as address labels for my wedding invitations and they were not opaque, so they should cover the change.
I want to know if the addresses need to be the same.
The addresses don't need to be the same, it's a sheet of blank labels.
Is it possible to change an existing template format in Word to the specifications for this 6530 label?
There should be a button "options" when you open the word doc for labels, there will be a list of different types of labels.