Free address labels can really come in handy. Stash them in your office, car, or entryway to quickly add your return address to anything you're about ready to mail.
There are a few different ways you can get free address labels to use for your envelopes. Use the links below to find out how to receive free address labels or make your own.
Free Address Labels That Support Charities:
One way to get free address labels is through a charity. Some charities will send out free address labels to help increase awareness of their cause or as a small token in hopes to get you to donate to them.
If you have a charity that you support be sure to sign up for their print mailing list and you may receive some free address labels from them.
Here's one place where you can request free address labels directly:
- The War Amps - The War Amps mails free address labels during the holidays. Your set of free address labels contains 58 labels and there are 5 different designs you can choose from. This is only for those in Canada.
When you fill out the forms to request your free address labels be sure to enter your information exactly how you want it to appear on the address labels. I suggest using the USPS Zip Code Lookup or the Canada Post Lookup to find out exactly what your official address is before entering it.
Create Your Own Free Address Labels:
Another way to get free address labels is by creating your own. Luckily with the use of some free address label templates, this really is a pretty job that you can complete in less than 15 minutes.
When making your own free address labels it's quickest to use label sheets for your printer but you can also use regular paper or cardstock and adhere them to your envelope.