Sheet of mix tapes in primary colors
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Mix Tape Printable PDF Tags

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Inspired by the time my kids asked me, "What is a cassette tape?" Instead of giving them up for adoption, I decided to make these instead. This is a printable version of the 3D tags featured in Brides Magazine.

Included with the purchase is a PDF for the Rubik's cube (primary) colors one for the 80s brights (fun neon) colors. Just print as many as you need and cut them out! Labels can be blank or you can type up to 10 different messages. Just use Adobe Reader to type in your text. (You must have the latest version of Adobe Reader to do so.) This is embedded with the handwritten style font shown in the 4th listing image.

The file includes a template for the stand as well. Each tag is about 2" x 3." The white writing area is about 1/4" x 2 1/4." They could be used as name tags, place cards, or favor tags for an 80s or music themed party, wedding, bat/bar mitzvah, or other fun occasion. They could also be adapted to use as decorations, really awesome invitations, or even scrapbook embellishments.

First image shows what the sheet will look like after printing. Second image shows what the tapes look like after being cut out, with the stand attached. 4th image shows a sample image of the digital file you will be receiving. (The one emailed to you won't have a watermark.)

This design comes in PDF format, for use with a printer.

What's Required?

Note: This is a DIGITAL FILE, NOT a finished product.

Your files will come in a ZIP folder. You must have software to unzip the files. Once they are unzipped, extract the files and begin creating!

For PDF files, you must also have the latest version of Adobe Reader to open the files. Adobe Reader can be downloaded for free from Adobe's website.

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