|ABOUT MY LABELS: I also make up my own labels on my own clothes using a regular label program, my Canon Pixma M450 inkjet printer, and fabric sheets from The Electric Quilt Company. I use their "Premium Cotton Satin Inkjet Fabric Sheets." I do up one page of 30 labels at a time, as I need them. Six sheets of the standard regular size typing paper are in a package. You may have noticed them on my garments. I do that so I can tell the fronts from the backs on them and put them on some of my crafted items for you might say for "Braggin' Rights." I wait a couple of days after making them to let the ink completely dry into them and do the "cold water wash"as suggested by the manufacturer most of the time anyway......
I use the "Address Labels" in "Print Perfect" which is similar to "Avery Label Pro" and many other label programs. I have my first name and my middle name on the first two lines in a font about 18 with the third line my dress size in a different font, about 12 font size. I use the black ink on the plain white address label, making it a simple design.
One can get fancy and possibly use colored ink if they wish to along with adding a small graphic to their address label, too. Lots you can do with them with the many different address label programs out there. They're not just for making snails mail labels. They can be used for clothing labels when using fabric sheets in place of the paper label sheets.