I don't know why I always think I am going to just zip through the putting labels on the boxes step of assembling the Tookies for shipment to Art-o-mat. Gluing on all of those labels takes a long time. It took two entire glue sticks and the start of a third.
I started with the label that goes on the block of MDF stating that the block is added as weight for vending.
Then I got to work on the top of the box labels.
Next I started gluing on the two end labels -- the ones that show in the columns in the machines.
There was one hitch...this time around I cut the end labels with the paper cutter, hoping to get more uniform sizes and straighter edges.
What I ended up with was having to cut them all down by hand anyway. Wah-waaaaaaaaaaaaaah.
After the end labels were all done, I moved on to the side label that cautions Finger Puppets are not meant for young kids or pets.
I worry that young kids with put the puppets in their mouths or that pets could grab them and chew them. The button eyes are very small and I doubt that the various yarns and fibers are meant to be eaten or chewed.
There -- the boxes are all done. Now I need to turn my attention to assembling the things that go inside of the boxes.