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Old Austria ⋅ custom labels for homemade crafts

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Old Austria tall oval labels

Tall Oval Labels

2.25" x 3.5"  •  size info >

8 labels per sheet

choose from 4 colors

item: SPOA07

Old Austria bottle collar labels

Bottle Collar Labels

2.125" x 1.375"  •  size info >

25 labels per sheet

choose from 4 colors

item: SPOA15

Old Austria oval text labels

Oval Text Labels

2.25" x 3.5"  •  size info >

8 labels per sheet

choose from 4 colors

item: TLOA07

Old Austria Style — Food/Craft Labels

Old Austria is a traditional style oval beer label; a perfect shape for beer bottles, canning jars and other glass containers. A wide border edges the label, and has a line of text that wraps around the top, and another that wraps around the bottom. A big banner drapes across the middle, with room for your name or your product name in big, super bold letters. The centerpiece of this style is the dragon, with tail, featherless wings, and powerful head and jaws, which lurks behind the banner in the background. Add to this label, the winged collar label, and a matching text label, and you will have completed the 1930's look of Old Austria style. Customize Old Austria food/craft labels for your homemade gifts.

About Custom Food/Craft Labels — Old Austria

Old Austria food and craft labels are made of sturdy vinyl; they are a little bit stretchy which makes them easy to apply, especially onto glass food containers, and they are very easy to remove. They come on sheets of as few as six, to as many as sixty labels on a sheet, depending on the size of label. You can choose from dozens of shape templates - rectangles, squares, circles, ovals, and many specialty shapes. The square shapes are re-usable when you peel them off starting at a corner and pull slowly; put them back on their carrier sheet and use them another time. These food and craft labels are amazingly durable, they can go in the refrigerator, freezer, and buckets of ice water; on the outside of your car window through many kinds of weather, and they have been seen going through multiple car washes with success. However they will not survive a trip through the dishwasher, so try to remove them from your containers before sending through the wash cycle.