Here is what I use:
Label Manager PnP
I purchased mine off of Amazon to save a little more money I got it for $45. This label maker uses refills of D1. This one hooks into your USB port of your computer, no need to download any program. The reason I purchased this label maker was because you could use any of the downloaded Microsoft fonts that you have. I LOVE downloading free fonts, I don't know about you but I think they are amazing. They do have a wireless version of this exact label maker however, they didn't when I purchased this. The labels come in a ton of colors.
My favorite thing to do with this label maker:
- Binder Spines - you can put the font up and down to make them easier to read
- Manila Folders
- File Cabinet
- Bins - Plastic and fabric
- CDs & DVDs
- Put my name on my items at school - I label everything that is mine so if someone borrows it, I am more likely to get it back
My First Label Maker: Letratag Plus - Amazon Link Dymo Link
I bought mine at Target I believe for $25, however, I couldn't find a link to that one, although I did notice that they do still carry them at target, along with the refills. I like to use this one for projects with students where I am walking around since the other one needs to be plugged into my computer. This has less options for fonts and decor but is hand held.
Until next time...