I was asked a while ago in the comments where I buy the labels that I use in my projects. I want to share a few links and tips for finding labels.
First, my favorite labels are by Paper Source, but sadly they have been discontinued. What is left can be found here. They are the notched corner labels that come two per sheet. The good news is they are on sale, the bad news is they can only be bought online. I use these for my shop goods all the time and am not sure what I'll do when my stock runs out.
Online is a good place to find unique labels but the tough part is paying for shipping. I recommend buying a lot when you do buy online to help make the cost worthwhile. Actually, I recommend buying a lot WHENEVER you buy them. Chances are you will start to write on one and mess up. And if that doesn't happen, chances are you will be scared to "waste" the good labels so you'll never use them. BUY A LOT so you are not tempted to hoard and are not afraid to mess up.
I have also found bulk packs of inexpensive labels at Michael's (there was not a brand on the package) - check your local craft store to see what they have. Scrapbook companies like Jenni Bowlin and Martha Stewart Crafts produce cool labels too.
And last, consider downloading some online and printing at home. You can print onto adhesive paper or just on to cardstock. Check out these posts from iDiY for free label resources. Creature Comforts always has great label downloads. (Remember, free labels shared online are almost always just for personal use.) Whenever I find free labels to download, I download them and save to a "free label" folder on my computer. Later, I can go back and print the sheets to use.
Do you have any great label resources? Please share!