When we mail pillowcases to our "own" groups (not one of Molly's adopted groups), use this label only on the package. If the pillowcases are going to one of Molly's adopted groups, use both labels. Both labels are close in size. Download the HAE-Label.PDF file below and you will be able to print the Heads at Ease labels on Avery 8163 or plain paper. If you print on plain paper you will need to tape it onto the package. I have also added a note to be included in your pillowcases. Please fill in your name on the note. The note can be printed on Avery Postcards or plain paper.
We changed the label for several reasons. One was to make "Heads at Ease" more visible. Second, we needed a logo that was not copyrighted.
We were asked to make one for people who are not "Navy" Moms so here is what Sue and I came up with:
I glue my label to the left of the address on the box. I just use one, but that's me.
I think ME has designed or will design a Bush label and note.
Maybe I should put more on my boxes. I'll think about it. I do so many boxes that I have tried to stream line it.
DWG: I send so many pcs, that I don't do the notes. Instead, I made up an address label with the HAE logo on it, my HAE email address and a brief note: this pillowacase was made by and I write in the name of the person. I think it is important to acknowledge my crew as well. So if I know the individual's name I write that there.
Although lately, I have received so many from quilting groups and a quiltiing store, that I don't know the individual's names. So I have another label that is just the logo and email address. On those I write "thank you, Tucson AZ".
I have 1 letter that I include in every box, even if I am mailing multiple boxes to 1 address. It explains who I am, who HAE is and how many boxes etc are coming.
Sometimes, I don't even get the labels in the pcs. It just depends on how pressed for time I am. It is more important to me to get the pcs out, than labeled, but I do like to do that.