Here's how to make it easier to create your own Christmas address labels this year!
It’s that time of year again when the less than organised amongst us (which, if the rest of the world is like our office, is just about everyone) are struggling with Christmas card lists. Picking the right size of address label might be simple enough but it can be quite daunting trying to print them – particularly if you’ve never printed labels before or you’ve got a lot of addresses to get through.
We have templates available on our website; all you need to do is add in your addresses.
We’ve also got a couple of alternative ways to create address labels, which might just come in handy:
1. Got a Long List? Use Mail Merge.
If you’ve got a long, long list, then the Mail Merge function is the tool for you.
You can keep your address records organised in an Excel spreadsheet and then import them into Word.
If you’re not particularly confident adding information into a Word template, you can use the Mail Merge Wizard and follow the step by step instructions to create the perfect labels.
View our How To video for a step by step guide to using Mail Merge to make labels.
2. Worried About Printing? Why Not Return To The Handwritten Approach.
If you are worried about printing your own labels and simply don’t feel confident getting them to work, why not pick out some bright and decorative labels and then hand-write the addresses for a personal and stylish look. You don’t have to be a calligraphy expert and simply taking the time to write your labels is the perfect personal finishing touch for your Christmas cards. You can write on all of our paper labels with any kind of pen, and our special materials can also be written on – although you may need to find a permanent marker or pen with permanent ink.