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I would (and have) put a label on just about anything. Trash and recycling cans? Labeled. Kids' shoe bins? Labeled. Pantry shelves? Labeled. Essential oils? Of course!
A well organized area brings me a sense of contentment and peace. On the flip side, when there is an area in my house that is a bit out of sorts, I will literally avoid it. But, that is a problem for another day. Today, I want to talk labels. I use different methods of labeling depending on the particular need - vinyl cutter, handheld label machine, Sharpie.
One of quickest ways for me to get a label on something is with precut adhesive inkjet label paper. Simply print, peel, and apply! It doesn't get easier than that. Ok, maybe the Sharpie method is easier, but there is nothing like the crisp line of an amazing font printed to perfection. Thanks technology for bringing the ability to print high quality images and lettering right into my very own house! (I may have a bit of a problem here, but it's by far not the worst thing in the world that I could by obsessed with so I'm just going to let it ride.)
Given all this, you won't be surprised to find Inkjet Label Paper in the I Heart Oils Shop. Two of my greatest loves, essential oils and organization, together in one spot. There are so many sizes, shapes, and finishes to choose from. They make it easy to keep your essential oils organized. You can print labels for bottle caps, spray bottles, roller bottles, jars and containers, etc. If you are a Wellness Advocate, it is so handy to customize labels for your samples and DIY projects. Printed labels will provide an element of professionalism to your business. Add your own style and spin and don't forget to include your contact info whenever possible. (Probably won't fit on those super cute 1/2" round labels that are perfect for essential oil bottle caps.)
Tip: Once you have printed labels, save the document you created as a template so you can print again using the same font and point size. Having consistency in your products really boosts that level of professionalism that comes across to your customers and prospects.
And the bonus is, even if you don't use a printer, they are still a perfect way to label. Go ahead and use that Sharpie, gel pen, pencil, chalk, or anything else you can think of. The biggest benefit of these types of labels is the ease of just peeling and sticking!
Any other labeling junkies out there? What is the craziest thing you have labeled? (Don't worry, this is a safe space.)