I make my own and it depends on the look you want.
You need to have an idea of how you want to 'look.'
Then you have to decide if you're going with tags or
I do wrap my CP soap in cello bags. I am currently
I have also used business cardsized stuffers and on
one side print a business card and on the other the
product info - which of course is the facing the
consumer. What I like about them is they are less
fussy and easier to pack - and also if I am doing a
custom order for an event a card can be more of a
Depending on size, and how much content you have and
your quality of printer to prevent slippage may help
you choose what you are doing. You can only go so
close to the edge. Some people work in a photoshop
program to be more exacting then the avery label
program for example. There are pros and cons to both.
I suggest looking at a lot product and decide what you
like. There are lots of soaping books that cover ideas
on packaging also and can be used as a springboard for
what you want to achieve. Or look at a lot of photos
on line. Your local library probably has some books
you can borrow.
--- lungrcp <lunglady@sbcglobal.
> Help! Can anyone tell me how they make their tags
> for ingredient lists
> and product descriptions? Is there a software
> program out there for
> this? Do you use business cards?
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