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#1 Cattie

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    Posted 30 September 2008 - 04:59 PM

    I know alot of brides do koozies. I decided since we're doing a cruise and not alot of our guests do bottled beer or can type beverages, we're going to do sport bottles.

    These are the bottles I'm leaning towards

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    I can get them printed, but it doesn't seem to have enough room for what I want. What do you girls think about using a clear sticker? Are they a pain to print on? I was just thinking for after the wedding they may get more use out of the bottle if they could rip the sticker off.

    What do you girls think?

    #2 Cattie

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      Posted 01 October 2008 - 05:42 PM

      No one has ever tried to print on clear stickers? They don't even have to be clear, any recommendations would be great!

      #3 KatyKo

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        Posted 01 October 2008 - 05:45 PM

        I saw a lady on ebay that does stickers that last through the dishwasher for like sippy cups for kids, but I guess you don't really care if they last?

        I printed on white labels for a project for work and it was very simple.

        I found a set of labels on avery.com and they have templates as well. Not sure if they have clear, but it is worth a look. Good luck!

        #4 FutureMrsLewis

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          Posted 01 October 2008 - 05:48 PM

          For my older sister's wedding, we printed on clear labels for candle holders, and it wasn't too bad. It was an actual picture that we used taken with a digital camera, so it didn't turn out TOO great, but with just writing and probably some clipart, it would look much better :) Didn't rub off on your hands, but then again, candles don't sweat like bottles We used Staples brand labels and they were pretty painless. I'd say just pick up a small pack and try it, you won't know for sure until you try

          #5 KLC77

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            Posted 01 October 2008 - 06:41 PM

            I used clear shipping size labels to print info on for my invitations. I stuck them to the back of beachy postcards so I didn't have to print on the actual cards. I printed with colored ink on them and they came out great. I got the labels at Staples. I would try it. I would measure the flat surface on the bottle where you are going to stick it first. They sell those clear labels in several sizes.

            Our Awesome Wedding Pics: http://www.delsolpho...ings/kelly&ron/

            #6 Cattie

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              Posted 01 October 2008 - 11:02 PM

              Thanks! You girls are the best! I was just worried about if the ink would actually dry or rub off.

              #7 KLC77

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                Posted 02 October 2008 - 06:43 PM

                It definitely didn't smudge on mine. I rubbed my finger over the whole thing when I stuck them to my postcards and I didn't wait long after they printed to do it.

                Our Awesome Wedding Pics: http://www.delsolpho...ings/kelly&ron/

                #8 sstotz

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                  Posted 05 October 2008 - 10:38 AM

                  great ideas ladies!! thank you for sharing!
                  ~Soon to be Shanny May
                  June 20th, 2009
                  Cabo San Lucas, MX


                  #9 sdnative222

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                    Posted 06 October 2008 - 07:13 PM

                    I love clear shipping labels from Avery. I don't love my printer %&$*@ eating them! I used them for my tears of joy tissue packets, return address labels for the postcards, and my memory candles.

                    BTW, I love my new all-in-one HP printer!
                    Jocelynn and Shawn
                    Got Maui'd on November 8,2008

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