How to Make Labels for Free Online

by Tiesha Whatley

Making and printing labels keeps your mailings, files and other items organized. There are several sites online that allows you to make your labels for free. All you will need to do is specify what type of label you need, add the wording and then either save or print the labels out for use. It is easier and faster than trying to create and format labels in an offline software program.

Go to the website (see Resource section for a link). PrintedAddressLabels allow you to create address labels for free right from their website. Type in the information for your address label on the front page and click "Preview & Select Image." Choose the label size and formatting options on the next page. Preview your image in the box at the top of the page and click "Choose An Image" to add an image to the label or "Print Labels" to print the labels out.

Go to the Avery website (see Resource section for link). You will have to sign-up on the site, but there is no fees associated with creating labels online. Click on the button to say "Create By Product" or "Create By Design." Choose a category, design and product of the type of label that you want to create in the next screens. Click "Next" after you have made your selections. Click on the image of the final product that you want to create. Choose what type of editing mode you want to customize the text and design of the card; your choices are "Quick and Simple", "Enhanced Editing" or "Mail Merge." Click "Next" and add your text in the next window. You can also add a custom image. Click "Next" to format the text. After formatting your label, click "Next" to preview your labels. Click "Next" again and then choose to "Print Your Project" or "Save Your Project."

Go to the Print Stationary website (see Resource section for link). Print Stationary lets you make labels for children online for free. Choose the design theme for the labels and then click "Click here to submit and make your kids labels." Type in the information for the label in the next screen and click "Submit, preview, and print your address labels."

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About the Author

Tiesha Whatley has been writing for over 10 years. She has been published in "Marie Claire," "Ebony" and "Modern Bride" magazines. She holds a Bachelor of Science in English from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and has been working in the wedding planning industry for over 13 years.

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