Make Labels in a Snap…Including Postage

dymo labelwriter Make Labels in a Snap...Including Postage
If you are still dreading sending out Christmas cards because you hate doing labels, then check out the LabelWriter 450 Turbo from Dymo. It’s super easy to use and it will even print out postage which will save you a trip to the post office.
We had our LabelWriter setup in 5 minutes and it comes with a blank roll as well as a postage roll so you can get started right away. The software installs quickly and syncs up with the address book on your computer so you can simply choose which contacts you want labels for and press PRINT.
dymo label writer Make Labels in a Snap...Including Postage
This LabelWriter will also keep our correspondence more professional as I have the worst handwriting and I know some people receive letters from me and they think a kid wrote the address.
We’ve also found the LabelWriter very useful for creating labels for all of our new baby gear that needs to be stored. Organizing is more important than ever and since it’s a snap to create labels there is now no excuse for not staying organized.


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Timothy Dahl

Founder/EIC at Charles & Hudson
Timothy’s background includes stints at This Old House, ELLE DECOR, Metropolitan Home and Woman’s Day. His work has been published on Wired Design, Bob Vila, DIY Network, The Family Handyman and Popular Mechanics and he has been featured on the Martha Stewart radio show and as a speaker at the ALT Design Summit, K/BIS and the National Hardware Show.
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  • Jon

    Otherwise, you could try the products from Mayfair Lane (www.mayfairlane.com). They sell a line of clips, photo frames and notepads that stick to stainless steel, windows, and other slick surfaces. They work great and can be re-used without leaving any residue (unlike tape, etc). Highly recommended instead of going through a lot of the work above.

  • Lydjoseph

    Nice project idea….but I find it so amusing that the question (how do I use magnets on my stainless steel refriderator? is never directly answered.
    The first sentence of the answer should be: you can’t use your stainless steel refriderator for magnets but here is another solution.

  • Artzyyma

    I was wondering could I paint it with blackboard paint to make a surface to both “write” upon and stick my magnets, notes, artwork, and other “stuff” on?