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We get our business cards from vistaprint, but all other materials: labels,brochures, etc. we do.

I currently am using Label Factory Deluxe for my labels, and Microsoft Publisher for other promotional/marketing materials. Very easy programs to use also.

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Is the Label Factory Deluxe for all sorts of labels? I'm having trouble deciding on labels and really need to do this quickly. I got a sample pack of labels from Lightning Labels and really like some of them. However, I don't want to order printed ones so that I can change them as I need to for different products. Where do you purchase your blank labels?

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I use vistaprint.com too. They have a free option where you can get 250 cards and pay only for the shipping (5.25). The catch is that on the back side there will be a small line at the bottom with their company name.

I get my cards from them also. BUT, if you can luck up and catch a sale on the upgraded business cards, they don't have the small line at the bottom. :D

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I get my cards from them also. BUT, if you can luck up and catch a sale on the upgraded business cards, they don't have the small line at the bottom. :D

Yup, there's a sale going on now and ends July 31. You get 250 Premium Business Cards for free (just pay shipping). Other free stuff-- small magnets, note pads, brochures, etc.

(Nope, I don't work for them :D )

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Yup, there's a sale going on now and ends July 31. You get 250 Premium Business Cards for free (just pay shipping). Other free stuff-- small magnets, note pads, brochures, etc.

(Nope, I don't work for them :D )

Wow I went there and signed up. They do have some good deals! Thanks for that info.

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Label Factory Deluxe has the templates for Avery labels built in. It has a lot of templates in there, I think practically every size label you could imagine that Avery makes. I currently use it for custom label sizes and then use 8.5 x 11 inch label paper and cut them out individually. It is more time consuming, but I can design label sizes to the dimensions I need.

A few places to check for labels are: www.labelsbythesheet.com or www.planetlabel.com

I've been going myself to staples for now, but will be ordering from one of these when I decide what my final label version will be. I'm sure that some of the members here have used one of the two and can provide more info for you.

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