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By Rick C.
from las Vegas Nevada
About Me Value Oriented
Comments about Calligraphy Address Labels - Roll of 250:
Great price..great value..look great.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Musician Mike
from Southern Maryland
About Me Quality Oriented
We needed some labels that were classy and unobtrusive for things like sympathy cards and formal occasions. We bought the clear ones and are pleased with the look. Easy to remove from the roll, stick well, and give a nice professional look to the envelope.
not what I expected
By hobby farm
from monticello indiana
THis was a label. I only had 3 lines instead of 4, leaving line 2 blank. The 2nd line was left blank instead of centering the remaining 3 lines. The font was ver y small-with onlt 3 lines it should have been adjusted to at least get rid of the blank space after the name.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
D & S Lyle
from Salem, OR.
for mailing letters, bills and cards for birthday's, anniversay's.
Beautiful and elegant Labels.
from Los Angeles, CA
These Labels are suitable for special mail corresponency such as Christmas cards, invitations and Thank you notes.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from McAllen, TX
I bought these for wedding invitations and was pleased by the price but worried about the quality. But they turned out to work perfectly. The calligraphy gave them a nice professional look and the clear sticker made it blend in well. We were happy!
Print is TOO small!
Easy to peel off and use. Just wanted bigger print!
Very grateful for a smooth transaction !
Perfect-- just what I had hoped to receive.
No comments. I like the stickers. Just what I hoped for.
Great wedding gift
from Mary Esther, FL
Makes a great wedding gift as the new bride and groom rarely think about both of their names on an address label.