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This year for labels we used a Brother P-touch to make a sticky label which
was then stuck on one of those large wooden popcicle stick labels.
Everybody really liked the end result, however, the wooden labels did an
excellent job of rotting. I went through the archives to see what other
people have tried, and found references to *aluminum* popcicle stick
lables. Does anybody have a source for these? I guess the wooden ones we're
currently using are about 1" by 8" by 3/8", and I'd like to find the same
size in aluminum.

Kay Cangemi
New York, USDA zone 5

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