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DVD case spine labels

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by HMHB, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. HMHB

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    I've bought a load of slimline black DVD cases from SVP and need some labels for the spine. I've been using spare labels from minidiscs which are very thin but now need some more. Anybody know where I can get these from? I don't want to buy labels for the front of the case or for the DVD itself.
     
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    Anyone ? :lease:
     
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    You don't say if you want to print them on a PC or write on them. Are they paper or card?
    If they are just slip-in strips for the spine, could you not cut them yourself?
     
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    try coverxp
     
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    I should have mentioned that I just want to write on sticky labels, I'm not really bothered about doing a proper printed job. They have to be thin so that they fit on the spine of the DVD case. This allows me to see the contents of the DVD when they are in the shelf.
     

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