Tutorial : How to print addresses on envelopes using custom fonts

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How to automate and print addresses on envelopes using custom fonts

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  1. Pamela says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial! I was wondering what serif font you used for the address.

  2. Jennifer Edge says:

    I have the same envelopes (A7). I’ve tried everything to have my addresses printed. Can you tell me what printer you are using that will allow you to print envelopes?

  3. Taylor Catherine Glomb says:

    These are beautiful! where did you get the return address labels?

  4. Heather says:

    Hi! I have a more generic question regarding postal regulations — I’ve always seen things like this done, but wonder what hoops you have to go through to get this to go through the mail? Do you have to pay higher postage to have this hand sorted? Or could you literally drop one of these with a normal stamp into your own mailbox? (Hope this made sense haha.)

    • Angela says:

      I’ve never had issues before! The only time I would have something hand sorted is if you want to make sure the envelope doesn’t get banged up (if using wax seals, specialty envelopes, etc). Really, the only time I found issues was the delay in mailing black envelopes with white writing..but never have had anything returned!

  5. Angel says:

    Absolutely love your envelopes and design! Do you have a tutorial on how you can set up your own template for the wrap around labels? I have an idea, but want to make it cleaner like you have it on your zazzle page!

    Thanks!!

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  7. Erin says:

    How did you make the “name” line slant upward?? I love it!

  8. Erin says:

    How did you make the “name” line slant upward? I love it!

  9. Sami says:

    Hi Angela!
    I followed your steps and my envelopes (in indesign) look great but each time I print them, it always prints left justified even if I change the setup to 5×7 borderless and center justify. Any tips?

  10. Krystina says:

    Hi did you ever make the tutorial for Word?

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