Last year I did something similar with lighters.
At work we have heat shrink cable labels.
I was gonna suggest this, but then I realized that you have to have the printer for them.... DOP!
There are also labels made by Hellerman Tyton that are on a standard 8x11 paper. They are commonly refered to as "Wrap Around Labels"
More more or less they are just bits of clear tap that, with one end that is white to be printed on.
Even easier, are Avery labels. You can find them at walmart, and you can down load the templates from Avery.com into word and excel.
Also, if you don't have Word or Excel, you can do it on the Avery.com site and then print from there. They got all sorts of pre-made stuff.
And its easy to find the "template" you need. Each type of avery label someplace says use template #####.
Oops, I really didn't mean for this to sound like a commercial for Avery labels. I just wanted to explain how easy it is.
Why don't ya stick your head in that hole and find out? ~piehole
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