Monday, March 12, 2012

Review: Tiny Prints Address Labels


Do you send out letters, cards and other correspondence through postal service and need some address labels? Then you need to check out these beautiful and unique address labels from Tiny Prints. Buy them from their site (don't forget to check for a coupon!), but don't forget to enter the giveaway below to with 4 sheets of 24ct. address labels in your choice of print(s).
WHICH DESIGN IS YOUR FAVORITE?
These are just a few of my favorites that I am sharing with you!


BUT I DON'T SEND OUT LETTERS!

No worries! I have come with a list of ideas that you can use these labels for. Think outside the box and forget about it being for addresses. Here are some other ideas of places to use labels:


  • Spices
  • Books
  • CDs/DVDs
  • Child (or Adult's) Lunchbag
  • Snack (especially if your child cannot have their snack mixed with others)
  • Envelope Seals
  • Canning Labels
  • Greeting on a Handmade Present (Happy Birthday!, Merry Christmas!, etc.)
  • Product Labels (if you make handmade products to sell)
  • Business Labels 
  • Save the Date Labels (to apply to other letters)
  • Photos
  • School Supplies
  • Party Favors (i.e. Thank you for Attending MacKenna's Birthday Party)
  • Storage Containers
  • Water bottles/ Sippy Cups/ Bottles
  • Announcements
There are 1476 Choices of Patterns of Labels on Tiny Prints!

You can find Tiny Prints in the following locations (go like/follow them there because they get your extra giveaway entries!):
Website
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This is a sponsored post. I was gifted with address labels for the purpose of providing this review and giveaway. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Pictures are from Tinyprints.com.

46 comments:

moo77hb said...

I love the Easter Fun labels-perfect for those Easter cards!

An Ordinary Housewife said...

I think I like the Chentelle antique monogram best. There are lots of cute ones, though.

An Ordinary Housewife said...

I meant chenille.

An Ordinary Housewife said...

I remember my grandma used to use them for dvds/videos. Books, or anything you might lend out.

Jennifer C. said...

I would use them for letters and return address labels for my business!

jennifercausby at hotmail dot com

Crazedmom said...

I love Hello Kitty

Crazedmom said...

I would be using them for my daughter' invitation for her birthday/confirmation and jhs graduation.

Anonymous said...

i love the hello kitty ones i would use them for my business

ashley.dominguez30@yahoo.com

Michele N said...

I like the Photo Milestones Navy

shelly sawicki lash neuhouser

mneuhouser@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I like the Poppy Party!

Ger

Anonymous said...

I would use them for everyday use!

Ger

Mama Love said...

i think i would do a standard address lable with our phone number so i can send it on school note or anything else!

Mama Love said...

Swirling Stripe: Lightest Turquoise or the Refined Graduate

Dreena said...

I like Tasteful Plaid!

Actually there are so many to from which to choose.
Thanks for the chance.

Dreena said...

I would use it as a return address label. I like sending out letters. It's nice to do and people are very surprised to receive a nice note on stationary in the post/mail.

Thanks.

Yona Williams said...

I like the Dog Friendly: Clover and Talented Typist. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

Yona Williams said...

Id use them to address packages I send out. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

c allen said...

i love these: Tranquil Watercolor: Aqua and i would use them for my blog and mailing out prizes thanks crystal allen

Anna Galanos said...

Look Whoot: Paradise

Anna Galanos said...

I would use these as address labels. I still write letters!

Nancy said...

I like the Colorful Confetti Address labels!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Nancy said...

I'd use these on cards!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Anne N. said...

love these address labels, http://www.tinyprints.com/product/1733/return_address_labels_bold_monogram_lightest_turquoise.html

Mary Alice said...

I love the design of Butterfly Bliss!

Mary Alice said...

I love the design of Butterfly Bliss!

Mary Alice said...

I would use these labels to help promote my Scentsy business.

awhartness said...

My favorite design is the Sheer Flowers.

awhartness said...

I would use these labels on my large mailing envelopes.

GoodnessGraces said...

I love the Poppy Party.

GoodnessGraces said...

I would use these on thank you notes.

Deal Bunny said...

i would use them as mailing labels to my parents' address since i send them things so often (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

Deal Bunny said...

hard to choose, but i do like Handwritten Hello: Peppermint !

ani hearts japan said...

I like the hello kitty and dora ones.

aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com

ani hearts japan said...

I would use them for my daughter's upcoming birthday and to send cards and letters with year round.

aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com

Candie L said...

I like the Building Block bash. Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

Candie L said...

I would use them for letters and bills (exciting I know). Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

bloomerbear said...

Antique Monogram: Chenille

pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
thanks

bloomerbear said...

I write a lot of letters so I would use these on my envelopes

pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
thanks

Four Paw Savings said...

I just got married, so I would love to get these with my new name and address on them! They would be perfect for sending out all those thank you cards!

Four Paw Savings said...

Love the Classy Circles: Gibraltar, though there are so many other great ones!

aggcalifornia said...

I love the hello kitty ones... HK is my favorite!!! Thanks!

- lablogs@yahoo.com

aggcalifornia said...

I would put these cute labels on my business gift bags! Thanks!

- lablogs@yahoo.com

ufg8trj said...

I like poppy party
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ufg8trj said...

I would use these labels for my thank you cards or holiday cards
ufg8trj@yahoo.com

Gianna said...

Easter Fun..

Gianna said...

I'd use them as address labels.