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The lip balm I ordered off ebay for my OOT bags just came in (30 with SPF 15 for $7.57!) They have a blue cross blue shield label on them. It's kind of funny because I do the blue points thing where you get free stuff for working out. So I have all sorts of junk with that symbol on it.


They really look fine, but I'm DIY & Vista print obsessed so I thought I'd just make a little label. I can get 135 for $3 shipped so I might as well. I only need 30, so I can mail the others to people who want to label their lip balm.


So what should it say? Here are my two ideas so far

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Here is a link to where you can download the picture. pucker up.JPG


Then upload it to vistaprint.

http://www.vistaprint.com/vp/free.aspx go through this link for free address labels.

I usually do my uploads through this link www.vistaprint.com/minicatalog & they always end up free.

140 labels should be less than $4 shipped.


If you ever need a good vistaprint deal just google "vistaprint coupons" or "free vistaprint _____"




Pucker up is the winner. Here is the finished label.

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I darkend the outline a little to make it stand out more. It's off centered like that because the end will need to be trimmed to make it fit a standard tube of lip balm. I'll order these once I have something else to request from vistaprint so I can combine shipping. I'm sure it won't be long :)

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