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I've made my price cards by cutting old business cards diagonally, hand written with an ultra fine point sharpie on the back. I slide them into the bottom corner of the frames.
For larger signs, I design and print them in Photoshop, mount them to foam core and then use shrink wrap to protect them so they'll last forever. I use Velcro on the back so they stick to my Pro Panels.
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I also use my business card design as a template. The top half is my business name, but the bottom half I've used Photoshop to create a white label looking spot that is about half the card height and full width. Just below that in smaller print is my name, email, and phone number. I usually hand write the information in the label portion, but I think I'm going to type up labels for a lot of my pictures before my next show. I print my own cards using Avery business card stock, so typing in information before printing should be easy.
Hi Michelle A., I set up a label using my business cards. Kept it real simple and general info. List.... Original Work by Michelle Aluisia, Title (write in), Medium_(write oil, wc or acrylic or whatever), Price $_____. About 4-5 lines in larger writing so it is legible. Then print 10 at a time on cardstock. I usually print more to have on hand at shows just in case they fall off from wind. I tape them on glass or canvas. Easy.
I print my own business cards too.