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Anyone make labels for card boxes?

brian26

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Nov 12, 2010
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This is probably a unique request. I know I’ve seen labels for binders. The Heritage guys have always been great about those. Anyone make downloadable labels for standard card boxes? These would go on the ends and ideally would maybe show the year and the card manufacturer’s design for that year from the retail or hobby boxes? Trying to spruce up my boxes so they display a bit nicer. Appreciate anyone’s help!
 

linuxabuser

Well-known member
Jan 16, 2011
2,575
Are you looking for something like this? I print them on Avery clear labels.



If so, I will clean up my Photoshop template and send it over.
 

brian26

Member
Nov 12, 2010
664
Yes, that's great. I didn't have a specific template in mind but know I've seen them before. What you have there is perfect for what I need. If you have these for Topps, UD, Heritage - would be awesome.

Thanks!
 

linuxabuser

Well-known member
Jan 16, 2011
2,575
You're welcome!

You'll need:

Photoshop (the online version should be fine too)
Avery 15663 labels
These files -
https://baseball-public-img.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/en.U-0090-01.10UpShippingLabel.0909-01.psd
https://baseball-public-img.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/2en.U-0090-01.10UpShippingLabel.0909-01.psd
https://baseball-public-img.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/Photoshop_Label_Template_Instructions_1.png

Not sure how familiar you are with Photoshop, so I'll explain a little. The labels on the sheet each have their own individual PS "layer". Layers can be turned on and off using the little eyeball button.



Text also has its own layer that corresponds with a logo. The logos are called Layer 1 - Layer 10. Labels are laid out like:

1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10

Hope this helps!
 

brian26

Member
Nov 12, 2010
664
I'll give it a try. Looks a bit intimidating, but maybe it will be a breeze once I get into it.

Thanks!
 

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