As a mom, when I try out a new product, my thought process is usually revolving how can I use this product to make my life easier? I have had a goal of getting organized ongoing and never seem to quite finish out any of my ventures. A great addition to organizing is with labels. Up to now, I've made my own makeshift labels with address labels and scissors.
Epson has an assortment of Label printers to choose from. The one that has been my saving grace this fall is the LabelWorks LW-600P Portable Label Printer.
Whether you are using the software or the app, it is simple to use, and Epson has designed a straight forward approach to creating and printing those labels. You can go with a simple no-frills word or phrase and print, or you can get much more involved, playing around with borders and symbols. You can even import your own logo, graphics and pics. Just playing around, I was able to outline a pic from a photo off of my gallery on my phone.
Keeping in mind that even with all these options, the labels that are printed are basic in nature. They are printed in black ink with the initial cartridge and you are limited to solid lines which doesn't allow for anything but 2D designs.
I do like the idea of labeling drawers for clothing, pull out shelves for spices, etc, and canisters that contain baking ingredients. For offices, there are so many obvious organizing options.
You can buy it directly from Epson at Epson.com or find it on Amazon. MSRP of $99.99