Custom Labels for Chapstick for Bridal Shower


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Custom Label to apply to Chapstick. If you would like a custom label like this with the names & colors of your bride and groom, send me a message.

Includes a file on how to apply printed labels.

This listing is for the downloaded file only. If you would like me to recover chapstick and send them to you, send me a message.

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Apr 16, 2017 by Amy Murphy

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We accept Pay Pal, Credit Cards, or money orders. If you live in Utah, we have to charge you 5.9% sales tax, which we will add to your order. All VINYL ONLY orders over $50.00 will be given FREE SHIPPING, so order what you want!

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We are confident about our decals. If, for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the unused decals to us within 7 days of purchase for a full refund of the purchase price (minus shipping). If you have damaged a letter or small portion of your design, let us know & we're happy to send a replacement. We love to help you "express yourself"!

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Vinyl is easy to apply with a few simple instructions:
Make sure your surface is clean. Wipe walls with damp rag and let dry before applying vinyl. Glass, ceramic and unpainted metal should be wiped clean with rubbing alcohol. Place vinyl (along with backing and the tape that is on top) on your surface. Lightly mark where you want it placed. Make sure it is LEVEL (we promise, if it isn't you'll notice later!). Don’t assume that the backing and tape are straight, make sure the VINYL is straight. If ends are taped down, cut those apart and Gently take backing material off. Make sure all vinyl is sticking to transfer tape covering it. If it doesn't stick, rub thoroughly. After all the backing is removed, place on previously marked place and rub, using a Popsicle stick (or if you have one, Pampered Chef's Handy Scraper is a great tool for this.) Rub on each portion and gently pull off transfer tape. Make sure all vinyl is now sticking to your desired surface. Rub down thoroughly. On some surfaces you can reposition the vinyl, but GLASS and some CERAMIC and some METAL, you cannot-- it is stuck when it is down! (If by chance, the backing starts to come up when you're pulling the vinyl off the backing, just pull it off and remove backing from vinyl. We don't know what causes this unusual problem, but we suspect heat, cold and/or humidity.

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