• Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
  • Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)
Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)

Avery Square Labels For Laser & Inkjet Printers, Sure Feed, 2" X 2", 300 White Labels (22806)

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  • TrueBlock technology completely hides any text or images under the label to create a fresh, clean look
  • Print beautiful labels with full-bleed backgrounds; Avery Print-to-the-Edge technology allows you to go past the cutting edge
  • Avery labels with permanent adhesive stay secure on a variety of surfaces such as envelopes, cardboard, plastic, glass and metal
  • Easy Peel label technology makes it simple to peel and apply printable labels quickly; fold back the sheet to display the Pop-Up Edge for convenient peeling
  • Create your own personalized label designs for free with Avery Design & Print Online at avery.com/templates

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perfection!these are absolutely perfect for my DIY lip balm tubes!! if you have a steady hand, they fit literally perfect.. but I am clumbsy and such, so I just trimmed a little off the top of each so that I could wrap them around the tubes without worrying about needing to be absolutely perfect... but these are sooo sturdy and great quality!! they don't wilt away of they get a little wet, the def don't smudge the printed label on them, and they stick great!!! do not waste your money on cheaper labels cuz I have tried so many of them.... they peel off and don't stick even if they wrap over itself at the end... they fall off... THESE DO NOT!! THESE ARE PERFECT!!! spend the extra buck or so and get avery labels for sure!!! take it from a super always DIY'ing person...5nice square labels2 inches long was perfect to wrap around lip balm tubes, but 2 inches high was just a little too tall, so I ended up cutting off a little of each label to make them fit. Still totally worth it though, even if just for the Avery software to ensure I could type so the label could be written with words coming out the long way on tube (as opposed to word templates I tried for specific lip balm labels), and to be able to design nice labels that fit the whole sticker and printed easily.Stickers could be removed and repositioned right when sticking them on, but once settled they do stick well. They are NOT waterproof or water resistant.5Very good labels. I buy these particular labels often. I have a small dog treat business and use these labels for contact information. Amazon has the best price, and I don't have to make a 30 minute drive to Staples to buy them (plus they are more expensive at Staples). Will continue to purchase these from Amazon. I have always been satisfied with Avery products. 5Best price available I use these regularly for my products that I sell, and had been searching for a great price for them. These are perfect, and take color printing well. I design my own labels for 5 different products on Avery dot com and then print and place them myself.Highly recommended! 5Used for Business Event - Great QualityI was hesitant to buy these at first, due to some folks having issues with paper jams and print quality, but after using all 25 sheets I'd highly recommend them. Though, paper jams and print quality are going to rely solely on you having a good working printer.I used these with an inkjet Canon MP560 printer that is 8+ years old and they worked great. I needed them to stick onto these small zip lock bags here: 3" x 4", 2Mil Clear Reclosable Zip Lock Bags, case of 1,000 And while they haven't been on long, they aren't peeling up and fit perfectly.I suggest you run the nozzle cleaning cycle on your printer prior to printing, I didn't and the first sheet came out not so great, but every sheet after came out flawless. I also suggest if you can, feed these in from the rear tray of your printer. I printed them 4 at a time and had no issues with the printer jamming. If you use the bottom tray the sheets have to bend/curve and I imagine that on some printers this could cause an issue.Make sure you following the directions and do not select "fit to page" when you go to print - which can often be pre-selected. If you "fit to page", it will mess up the location of where the printer begins and can put you outside the lines of the sticker.You use avery.com/print to create your label and they have tons of templates you can use if you want. You can also load your complete design, which is what I did and it allows you to save it as a PDF. VERY simple to use, the hardest part will be picking out the shape of sticker you want to buy and the template (if you want to use one.) There are small perks, like being able to choose which direction the labels get printed and if you only need a select amount of them printed, you can also do that so you don't have to use a whole sheet each time.These are great and saved me loads of money; ordering pre-printed labels was costly!5Advice for using with laser printersI really want these to work for my application, but they keep peeling off the thick plastic tea bags I am attaching them to. The edges probably wouldn't peel off if they were attached to paper. These labels are nice and thick, and take the ink well. I found that they don't line up perfectly to the Avery template (some were much more centered than others on the same page), but not sure if that's a problem with the template, paper, or translation through the printer.They need to be fed through the printer one at a time, and jam REALLY EASILY. I wasted 1/3 of these just getting stuck inside the printer. I'd advise to have no other paper in the feed tray when using these, as with both high-quality workhorse printers I tried seemed to have a hard time gripping these and stole other paper at the same time, probably causing some of the jams. I'd also suggest only printing a 2 or 3 at a time and letting your printer completely cool down in between runs, since the ink also seems to smear VERY EASILY with my laser printers. Could possibly not be a problem with inkjet printers.For use sticking to paper, these could be great labels. Avery has online templates that make it easy to design and print your labels. Though frustrating, they worked ok for me, but I'm going to search for something better for my application.3Ink does not stay well...These labels stick well, but the ink does not. I have used on both a relatively basic printer and on a quality performance printer, on best printing setting, and the ink comes off with a touch. I am also finding the template formatting to be ever so slightly off, so that most labels are centered enough to be fully covered, but it gets progressively higher on each row to the point the last row has a white stripe on each sticker. It works for my fledgling business now, but if I get off the ground at all, I will be looking for a more quality option.1DIY labels that look professional, paired with user-friendly web-based template design.I usually don't bother with writing reviews. The quality and the ease of designing/printing/sticking the product was just the biggest bang for my buck for minimal time and effort. These labels saved a load of professionally printed color cards that included an expired service's QR codes, and made them useful again.What's even better: the web-based template design prints just slightly over the edges, and once applied, none of what's underneath showed through.The avery's web-based design app made this so easy and user friendly. I was able to design them within a few hours' time: tested them on regular printing paper few times for insurance and printed onto the labels without failure/waste. The original QR code square I wanted to cover was a quarter square inch smaller, but these fit just fine.2 suggestions to keep in mind:1. The template vs. actual labels are more than "print to the edge". At the very least, Avery's web-based template's edges will print slightly over the label's edges, so make sure all of what you want ends up within the label.2. When saving the design into a pdf file: UNCHECK the "fit to scale" option. That way it will print perfectly over the labels.5I don't think my party guests will look super close at the labelI just spent over 3 hours trying to get my labels to print centered on the individual sticker. If all the images had moved up or down the problem may have been solvable. Each image, except for one, was slightly up while another was slightly down. Another was up and to the left while another was down and to the right. This would leave my writing off center or white showing on the label. I made sure I had the correct paper size in my printer settings. My printer was not checked "fit to size". It seems as if the template did not have the margins set the same as the label margins on the actual paper. I finally made my own work-a-round and accepted mediocrity in presentation. I don't think my party guests will look super close at the label. If I were using the labels professionally, it would be unacceptable. I have an Epson xp-830 printer and I used the Avery online design and print.1Works for what I need them for.I ordered these to label lip balm tubes. They are the perfect size! With Avery labels, I can go to their web site and design my own labels and print them out myself, or I can have Avery print them. I choose to print them myself. They even have templates on the web site to make designing labels a little easier. I printed over 200 labels for my lip balm tubes today and put them all on. I will be buying more.I do have one challenge with these labels. When I put the whole pack of labels in my Canon printer, some of them do not line up correctly when printing. It is not the label's fault, but my silly printer. So I just stand at the printer and put a new sheet of labels in as needed.Many years ago, Avery use to include a template sheet so you could print out a regular sheet of paper with the labels on it and then put it behind or in front of the template sheet to see how they line up when printed. They apparently no longer include that sheet, or at least it was missing from mine package. I wish they would consider including that again. It helps to prevent mistakes on the actual labels!IF you found this review helpful, please click the Yes button below. Thank You!STAR RATINGS: Each product is carefully reviewed in an unbiased manner. Star ratings are earned, never given.5 Star: I really love this product, it is an exceptional, impressive product. It is very well made (designed, formulated, composed, etc) and lives up to the product details and description. It exceeds normal consumer expectations.4 Star: I like this product. It meets the product description, details, and normal customer expectations. It does what it is supposed to do.3 Star: This is not a negative rating. It is a neutral rating. I could take it or leave it. It met the product description and details for the most part but isn't something I am ever likely to order again.2 Star: I don't like this product. It has mistakes in the product details or description and does not live up to what it advertises or normal customer expectations.1 Star: I really do not like this product. There may be something wrong in the product details or description, it does not live up to what it is advertised as. I would tell my friends, acquaintances, and strangers that they shouldn't use their hard earned money on this product.Thank you for taking the time to read my review. Please consider following me here on Amazon for other reviews. Thanks and have a blessed day.4good but difficult to alignI followed all the directions and still the alignment of the stickers was off from the design made on the computer. Not a printer issue because when printed as a test on normal paper, the lines aligned. Overall the product delivers what you expect, just be very precise on alignment.4I didn't quite understand how thick these would be. ... I didn't quite understand how thick these would be. Each label is backed with the sticky scanning material, so while you can use these for product labels etc., they are a touch on the thick side. I'll use these up, but wouldn't buy them again for simple 2"x2" product labels (without the scan code). 4Great product. Great software for products you makeI've found that the Avery labels are the best for taking care of labels for packages. I use these for labeling the salt-scrubs that I've made to give out as gifts. They are very good quality and all the Avery products are well made. Their software is very helpful and they have a lot of ideas to help with your packaging. I only wish they would make a lip balm label that I could use for my lip balms.....5Opened and damaged outer package. I was shocked to find the Avery labels had been previously opened. The outer package had also taken a lot of abuse and was scuffed and torn. Leslie it looked like the thing had been drug under a car or something. Thankfully the damage did not affect the actual labels though it did affect the bottom of the pages inside. Not what I expected to find. This was NOT from being shipped to me as the package arrived intact with NO damage. That means that the Avery labels were sent to me with this damage already done. 3
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perfection!these are absolutely perfect for my DIY lip balm tubes!! if you have a steady hand, they fit literally perfect.. but I am clumbsy and such, so I just trimmed a little off the top of each so that I could wrap them around the tubes without worrying about needing to be absolutely perfect... but these are sooo sturdy and great quality!! they don't wilt away of they get a little wet, the def don't smudge the printed label on them, and they stick great!!! do not waste your money on cheaper labels cuz I have tried so many of them.... they peel off and don't stick even if they wrap over itself at the end... they fall off... THESE DO NOT!! THESE ARE PERFECT!!! spend the extra buck or so and get avery labels for sure!!! take it from a super always DIY'ing person...5nice square labels2 inches long was perfect to wrap around lip balm tubes, but 2 inches high was just a little too tall, so I ended up cutting off a little of each label to make them fit. Still totally worth it though, even if just for the Avery software to ensure I could type so the label could be written with words coming out the long way on tube (as opposed to word templates I tried for specific lip balm labels), and to be able to design nice labels that fit the whole sticker and printed easily.Stickers could be removed and repositioned right when sticking them on, but once settled they do stick well. They are NOT waterproof or water resistant.5Very good labels. I buy these particular labels often. I have a small dog treat business and use these labels for contact information. Amazon has the best price, and I don't have to make a 30 minute drive to Staples to buy them (plus they are more expensive at Staples). Will continue to purchase these from Amazon. I have always been satisfied with Avery products. 5Best price available I use these regularly for my products that I sell, and had been searching for a great price for them. These are perfect, and take color printing well. I design my own labels for 5 different products on Avery dot com and then print and place them myself.Highly recommended! 5Used for Business Event - Great QualityI was hesitant to buy these at first, due to some folks having issues with paper jams and print quality, but after using all 25 sheets I'd highly recommend them. Though, paper jams and print quality are going to rely solely on you having a good working printer.I used these with an inkjet Canon MP560 printer that is 8+ years old and they worked great. I needed them to stick onto these small zip lock bags here: 3" x 4", 2Mil Clear Reclosable Zip Lock Bags, case of 1,000 And while they haven't been on long, they aren't peeling up and fit perfectly.I suggest you run the nozzle cleaning cycle on your printer prior to printing, I didn't and the first sheet came out not so great, but every sheet after came out flawless. I also suggest if you can, feed these in from the rear tray of your printer. I printed them 4 at a time and had no issues with the printer jamming. If you use the bottom tray the sheets have to bend/curve and I imagine that on some printers this could cause an issue.Make sure you following the directions and do not select "fit to page" when you go to print - which can often be pre-selected. If you "fit to page", it will mess up the location of where the printer begins and can put you outside the lines of the sticker.You use avery.com/print to create your label and they have tons of templates you can use if you want. You can also load your complete design, which is what I did and it allows you to save it as a PDF. VERY simple to use, the hardest part will be picking out the shape of sticker you want to buy and the template (if you want to use one.) There are small perks, like being able to choose which direction the labels get printed and if you only need a select amount of them printed, you can also do that so you don't have to use a whole sheet each time.These are great and saved me loads of money; ordering pre-printed labels was costly!5Advice for using with laser printersI really want these to work for my application, but they keep peeling off the thick plastic tea bags I am attaching them to. The edges probably wouldn't peel off if they were attached to paper. These labels are nice and thick, and take the ink well. I found that they don't line up perfectly to the Avery template (some were much more centered than others on the same page), but not sure if that's a problem with the template, paper, or translation through the printer.They need to be fed through the printer one at a time, and jam REALLY EASILY. I wasted 1/3 of these just getting stuck inside the printer. I'd advise to have no other paper in the feed tray when using these, as with both high-quality workhorse printers I tried seemed to have a hard time gripping these and stole other paper at the same time, probably causing some of the jams. I'd also suggest only printing a 2 or 3 at a time and letting your printer completely cool down in between runs, since the ink also seems to smear VERY EASILY with my laser printers. Could possibly not be a problem with inkjet printers.For use sticking to paper, these could be great labels. Avery has online templates that make it easy to design and print your labels. Though frustrating, they worked ok for me, but I'm going to search for something better for my application.3Ink does not stay well...These labels stick well, but the ink does not. I have used on both a relatively basic printer and on a quality performance printer, on best printing setting, and the ink comes off with a touch. I am also finding the template formatting to be ever so slightly off, so that most labels are centered enough to be fully covered, but it gets progressively higher on each row to the point the last row has a white stripe on each sticker. It works for my fledgling business now, but if I get off the ground at all, I will be looking for a more quality option.1DIY labels that look professional, paired with user-friendly web-based template design.I usually don't bother with writing reviews. The quality and the ease of designing/printing/sticking the product was just the biggest bang for my buck for minimal time and effort. These labels saved a load of professionally printed color cards that included an expired service's QR codes, and made them useful again.What's even better: the web-based template design prints just slightly over the edges, and once applied, none of what's underneath showed through.The avery's web-based design app made this so easy and user friendly. I was able to design them within a few hours' time: tested them on regular printing paper few times for insurance and printed onto the labels without failure/waste. The original QR code square I wanted to cover was a quarter square inch smaller, but these fit just fine.2 suggestions to keep in mind:1. The template vs. actual labels are more than "print to the edge". At the very least, Avery's web-based template's edges will print slightly over the label's edges, so make sure all of what you want ends up within the label.2. When saving the design into a pdf file: UNCHECK the "fit to scale" option. That way it will print perfectly over the labels.5I don't think my party guests will look super close at the labelI just spent over 3 hours trying to get my labels to print centered on the individual sticker. If all the images had moved up or down the problem may have been solvable. Each image, except for one, was slightly up while another was slightly down. Another was up and to the left while another was down and to the right. This would leave my writing off center or white showing on the label. I made sure I had the correct paper size in my printer settings. My printer was not checked "fit to size". It seems as if the template did not have the margins set the same as the label margins on the actual paper. I finally made my own work-a-round and accepted mediocrity in presentation. I don't think my party guests will look super close at the label. If I were using the labels professionally, it would be unacceptable. I have an Epson xp-830 printer and I used the Avery online design and print.1Works for what I need them for.I ordered these to label lip balm tubes. They are the perfect size! With Avery labels, I can go to their web site and design my own labels and print them out myself, or I can have Avery print them. I choose to print them myself. They even have templates on the web site to make designing labels a little easier. I printed over 200 labels for my lip balm tubes today and put them all on. I will be buying more.I do have one challenge with these labels. When I put the whole pack of labels in my Canon printer, some of them do not line up correctly when printing. It is not the label's fault, but my silly printer. So I just stand at the printer and put a new sheet of labels in as needed.Many years ago, Avery use to include a template sheet so you could print out a regular sheet of paper with the labels on it and then put it behind or in front of the template sheet to see how they line up when printed. They apparently no longer include that sheet, or at least it was missing from mine package. I wish they would consider including that again. It helps to prevent mistakes on the actual labels!IF you found this review helpful, please click the Yes button below. Thank You!STAR RATINGS: Each product is carefully reviewed in an unbiased manner. Star ratings are earned, never given.5 Star: I really love this product, it is an exceptional, impressive product. It is very well made (designed, formulated, composed, etc) and lives up to the product details and description. It exceeds normal consumer expectations.4 Star: I like this product. It meets the product description, details, and normal customer expectations. It does what it is supposed to do.3 Star: This is not a negative rating. It is a neutral rating. I could take it or leave it. It met the product description and details for the most part but isn't something I am ever likely to order again.2 Star: I don't like this product. It has mistakes in the product details or description and does not live up to what it advertises or normal customer expectations.1 Star: I really do not like this product. There may be something wrong in the product details or description, it does not live up to what it is advertised as. I would tell my friends, acquaintances, and strangers that they shouldn't use their hard earned money on this product.Thank you for taking the time to read my review. Please consider following me here on Amazon for other reviews. Thanks and have a blessed day.4good but difficult to alignI followed all the directions and still the alignment of the stickers was off from the design made on the computer. Not a printer issue because when printed as a test on normal paper, the lines aligned. Overall the product delivers what you expect, just be very precise on alignment.4I didn't quite understand how thick these would be. ... I didn't quite understand how thick these would be. Each label is backed with the sticky scanning material, so while you can use these for product labels etc., they are a touch on the thick side. I'll use these up, but wouldn't buy them again for simple 2"x2" product labels (without the scan code). 4Great product. Great software for products you makeI've found that the Avery labels are the best for taking care of labels for packages. I use these for labeling the salt-scrubs that I've made to give out as gifts. They are very good quality and all the Avery products are well made. Their software is very helpful and they have a lot of ideas to help with your packaging. I only wish they would make a lip balm label that I could use for my lip balms.....5Opened and damaged outer package. I was shocked to find the Avery labels had been previously opened. The outer package had also taken a lot of abuse and was scuffed and torn. Leslie it looked like the thing had been drug under a car or something. Thankfully the damage did not affect the actual labels though it did affect the bottom of the pages inside. Not what I expected to find. This was NOT from being shipped to me as the package arrived intact with NO damage. That means that the Avery labels were sent to me with this damage already done. 3
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