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Cath Kidston Labels & Stickers
on 3 July 2010
Very pleased with the variety of stickers and thought I'd give a description of them as no-one else has done so far.
The book contains 30 sheets:
The first 10 have 8 round stickers of different designs (the patterns change every 2 sheets, includes birds, strawberries, flowers, spotted) on the top half of the sheet. On the bottom half of these sheets are two rectangular and two square labels with spotted, striped and flower borders. The first 4 sheets of rectangular labels are labelled To and 'From'.
The next 10 sheets have 3 oblong and 6 long rectangular labels per sheet; 4 sheets have a coiled pattern edging, 4 have a solid colour border followed by 2 sheets of a somewhat more fancy red and white spotted border. While these are quite plain, I imagine they'd be quite versatile and can be used in labelling jam/preserves and on files/folders where fancy patterned stickers may be inappropriate in a business/office setting
The final 10 sheets are lovely, the top half of these have two oblong labels with really pretty patterned borders (again changing every 2 sheets), these would be ideal as gift labels, and the bottom half has an address label for sticking onto envelopes and correspondance and would definitely make them stand out from the generic white and brown envelopes.
The labels are all matte (as one reviewer has pointed out) and while it may be nice for the stickers to have a glossy finish, for the labels it would probably make the surface more difficult to write on.
I'm really looking forward to using these labels and they'd be great as a gift too (especially at amazon's prices), practical yet stylish :)