Saturday, September 26, 2009

Tag Template Video-cut file added

Here it is.  Be warned-it's a little rough.  I did it first thing this morning.  When I got to the computer part I was not aware my reflection was visible in the monitor!  Now mind you, I am in my pajamas and have not showered yet.  And of course I didn't know I was visible, so I scratch my ear and make some strange faces.  It doesn't get more real than this!  I really wanted to redo that part, but it would have had to wait until next week sometime.  I decided to go ahead and put it up the way it was.  So go ahead and have a good laugh-I did.  I just hope I was able to explain it so you can understand how to do it.  Please contact me with any questions.  I also did another label size, which I didn't show.  It worked equally well.  I will post my cut file too.  I'm not sure if that will work, I'm sure all printers print differently.  The label template is avery 5163 shipping and address.  I'll shut up now!

Here is part one. 

11 comments:

~~Lorrie~~ said...

Great tip! I would've never figured that out.

LynneF said...

loved this
thanks for all the hard work

Ladybug said...

Awesome video, Denise! That's something I would never have thought of doing. TFS!! ;-)

Stampinlynne said...

Thanks Denise. I enjoy your videos. Will try this on CDS. Keep the videos coming, i appreciate your hard work!

Regan said...

Thanks Denise! I was cuting out tags then glueing them to printer paper that had the print already on it, then printing over again! This will save lots of time...
Regan

AndreaA said...

Wow Denise, You are amazing.
I could never figure that out.
I will try using your instructions though.
this would be great for the many Christmas cards.
I have alway printed the words out and used a punch. Thanks so much.

Margaret said...

Great job. Thank you for sharing this. I look forward to using your instructions.

cleversomeday said...

Denise,
Brilliant idea to make templates for Avery labels. The great thing is they DO print the same in all printers and all software so this will be a huge help. The dimensions are standard so you don't have to do all that measuring either. Can't wait to get to work on this!

Denise Hill said...

Cleversomeday,
If you try it, could you let me know how it works for you? I would be more than willing to make cut files for other avery labels if people can use them successfully. I do have another one done in fact.

Donawanda said...

Great videos. Thanks so much.

Karen said...

Thank you for the demo. Also, thanks for the tip on using control button with the arrows to move objects in smaller increments.