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#1 Posted : 9/16/2021 11:02:18 AM(EST)
MerrySherry

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I create stickers for sale and just started purchasing from Online Labels. I love the products, but am running into an "odd" organization issue and was hoping some other crafters/sticker folks could share some advice. It can be hard to tell the different types of labels from one another. I sell both die-cut single stickers and stickers by the sheet. I've thought about putting a sticker on the back of each sticker and sticker sheet that has the Online label product number - or creating little stickers to go on the back with my shop name/website and putting the product number there. But that's an additional cost in time and product. Has anyone run into this issue and if you have tips to share I would love to hear them and will share back to this community anything I find that helps me also. Thanks!
#2 Posted : 9/17/2021 9:50:12 AM(EST)
Dave Carmany


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MerrySherry - I am not of anybody who labels the individual pages or puts stickers on the backside of the sheets. I am sure there are customers that do that. I do know a lot of customers use our plastic clamshells that we ship our orders in to store/sell the products on their shelves. They will often put a label on front edge of the clamshell so when they are stacked, it is easy to find the product.

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Dave C.
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#3 Posted : 9/17/2021 11:38:19 AM(EST)
MerrySherry

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Dave - thank you! That is a great idea. I am keeping them in the envelopes (I have only ordered small amount so far) and I LOVE that you all put in that large sheet with the information for each label as a separator. Once I cut my stickers apart is when I really have an issue keeping track. I think I will better plan separate work sessions to produce one type of label and put those into a bin that has the information on it so when I pull out for an order, it is easy to find each type. Thanks again!
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