Using Avery Mailing Labels for Pedal Graphics?



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Using Avery Mailing Labels for Pedal Graphics?

Postby SirBlend12 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:43 pm

Has anyone tried this? They make clear labels in a few sizes, one that is perfect for a 1590B and another that is perfect for a 1590A. Do they stick well? How is the color?
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Re: Using Avery Mailing Labels for Pedal Graphics?

Postby Saturnine10 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 12:47 pm

I probably wouldnt use Avery labels.. I've had really good luck with the Testors brand printable water slide decals though :thumb:

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Re: Using Avery Mailing Labels for Pedal Graphics?

Postby SirBlend12 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:11 pm

That's what I was afraid. I figured they wouldn't work, but hey, no harm in checking.

Those boxes look tasty, btw. I'll look into those decals.
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