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natmagic
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Does anybody know where I can purchase a variety of labels for bottles. I'm interested in ketchup labels and different looking labels, does not have to be wine labels.
kaytracy
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Depending on how you word it, you can write to a company and see if they will let you have some for a good price. Especially if they are getting some Advertising exposure out of it, and likely depending on how many you are talking about i.e. 100 or so versus 10,000!
Otherwise, your computer printer and some label paste and you should be all set!
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Ron Reid
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Hi Natmagic:

E-bay is also a good source. For instance, there is a section specifically for labels, mostly vintage. I've seen all kinds of labels, so I bet someone is selling ketchup labels.

I hope this helps you.

Ron
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Thanks Ron. I went to E-bay and found some good labels. I am looking for 'odd' labels and certainly there are many on E-bay. Don't know why I didn't look there first!
Thanks again.
dfield
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Yes, check out ebay. I found a lot of 'old' labels on there for my own bottles.
abrell
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I have posted some links for wine labels at the "story telling" corner. At this time I make a lot of labels myself (thanks to Corel Draw) and print them on adhesive paper.
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Wine stores sell a plastic sheet you can use to remove and keep labels. Just press on, smooth out well and slowly peel off. I have had limited success doing the same thing using what is called 4" label tape. This is just like packing tape but wider. Cover the label completely, rub with the tip of a ball point pen so there are no bubbles and peel.
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You can get free labels (they even pay the postage)at http://www.yourgiftlabel.com/ (Chivas Regal, The Glenlivet, Kahlua) and http://www.wildturkeylabels.com/
Bill Hegbli
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If you want the Heinz label, a Café member is offering them here: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......orum=109
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MCM
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http://www.beerlabelizer.com/
Design your own label here. You still need someone to print it.
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