The year's biggest shopping event is coming soon and you'd like to print your own Black Friday labels and tags? This guide teaches you how to make Black Friday labels in Google Docs.
🛍 How to make Black Friday labels:
To begin, open a new document in Google Docs. You can leave it blank. This document will be used to create and print the Black Friday labels.
Then, go to the "Extensions" menu (previously named "Add-ons") and select "Create & Print Labels". If you haven’t installed the Labekmaker add-on yet, you can install Labelmaker from the Google Workspace Marketplace. When the installation is finished, you might need to reload your document by closing it and reopening it and the add-on will appear.
In the Labelmaker sidebar, click on "Select a template". You will be given several template options. As of writing, you can choose from over 5000+ labels.
There are several categories such as Avery® US Letter, Avery® A4, Avery® Zweckform to print Avery ® Labels for Black Friday, and also Sheetlabels.com, OnlineLabels.com and Herma. In this label guide, we will be using the "Avery 5160" template, which is a commonly used label format.
Now is the time to start designing your very own labels for a special Black Friday. We are going to insert an image in the labels to decorate them.
The example below shows you the end-result. Let's do it together step-by-step:
First, place your mouse inside the first cell, the one with black borders. Then add some text inside your cell.
To create a variety of labels, you can also use a mailing list. That way you could print Black Friday labels and use personalized information from your mailing list such as a Name, Address, City State, Zip Code...
To add an image in your Black Friday labels, follow our guide on How to insert images in your labels. It's possible to add QR codes to your labels for example.
Once you are done creating your Black Friday labels, click on "Create labels" at the bottom of the sidebar, on the right. Don’t forget to untick “Use first cell as model” (unless you want to print a full page of the same labels). Wait for the labels to be ready and click on "Open document".
Before printing your work, check that everything is in order, that there are no misalignment issues. Should you need to make some changes, just go back to the original document. Once the modifications are made, simply click on "Create labels'' again. This will create another page of labels.
To print your Black Friday tags, click on "File" > "Print". In the print dialogue, check that the margin is set to none and the scale to 100%. Depending on the label format you chose, you might need to adapt the size of the page. In our example, the Avery® US Letter 5160 requires the size to be "Letter".
Now you know how to make your own Black Friday labels using the Google suite. A personal touch to your gift wrapping will wow your family and friends!
Using this guide, you’ll be able to print Avery Labels for Black Friday with Google Docs as well as other kinds of labels and gift tags.
Install Labelmaker to create Black Friday labels from Google Docs now! To learn more, check out our other tutorials. We also have a guide in case you’d like to print labels from Google Sheets rather than Google Docs.
Print quality labels in a couple of clicks right from Google Docs.
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