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Label Printing in London



Printed: full colour
Sides: single

White Polypropylene (PP)

  • Water resistant
  • 59gsm plastic film
  • Available in permanent or removable adhesive

Clear Polypropylene (PP)

  • Excellent for glass surfaces
  • 59gsm plastic film
  • Available in permanent or removable adhesive
  • White ink available for spot and base colour

White Paper

  • General purpose label
  • 81gsm weight
  • Semi-gloss finish
  • Available in permanent or removable adhesive

Adhesive: Permanent and Removable available for White PP
UV Coating: Gloss, Satin, Matt
Lamination Options: Gloss, Matt, Soft Touch & Anti-Scuff
Waterproof: Yes

When you’ve completed your artwork and you’re ready to submit, please export your file as a “press-ready PDF” complete with bleeds and crop marks. Here are some simple steps that might help you:

  1. [In-Design] File » Export » Adobe PDF (Print)
  2. [Illustrator] File » Save As » Adobe PDF

Bleeds and crop marks:

Need help setting up your bleeds and crop marks? Please visit our detailed article on how to set up bleeds and crop marks

Custom cut contours:

If you’ve got a custom cut contour for your sticker, please ensure you have labelled this as “Cut Contour” on a separate layer. Alternatively if you have a standard shape please follow one of our sticker templates.


We now accept files from simply
1. open your design click “share”
2. add email “”
3. please ensure “edit” is ticked and click “send”



Standard – 4 Days



Standard – 4 Days


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Five Ways To Take Your
Product Label Printing To The Next Level

Although marketing strategies evolve daily, there are a few golden guidelines for product labels that remain constant. Listed below are five ideas and tactics that will assist you in taking your product labels to the next level.

1. Simplicity is essential when it comes to label printing 

For some clients, having an excessive amount of information or design components on your product labels might be overwhelming, resulting in a bad perception of your brand before they have even tried it.

This concept is particularly relevant for businesses whose products are frequently displayed on supermarket shelves and other similar locations; most shoppers only spend a few minutes considering items before making a purchase. A straightforward but eye-catching label that is made in such a way that the product’s details are easy to absorb can go a long way toward persuading customers.

Pro Tip: Use typefaces, graphics, and other design elements that are simple, clean, and easy on the eyes to make your website more appealing.

2. Don’t Forget to Leave Some Blank Space

White space, often known as negative space, is a term used in graphic design to describe the unmarked gaps between lines of text, graphics, and page layouts. While white space is commonly associated with the colour white, it can really take on any colour or pattern, or even be a backdrop image, contrary to what its name implies.

In design, white space is crucial because it helps to bring a design into balance, keeping it from appearing overly heavy and congested. Rather than simply drawing emphasis to a certain feature, it draws the customer’s attention to that element by making it stand out among the various bits and pieces that your label has. In the proper hands, white space has the extraordinary capacity to improve the appearance and attractiveness of your business, thereby drawing customers from all directions.

Advice from the experts: If you want a specific design feature or set of information to be seen by clients, make sure that it is surrounded by white space. When you do this, it makes it easier for them to see and absorb exactly what you want them to see and absorb.

3. Make Use of Font Pairings to Your Advantage

Most product labels are small and compact, necessitating the condensing of both details and visuals into a short space. Some clients – particularly those who have vision problems – may find it difficult to recognise information in this tightly packed space, resulting in you missing out on a transaction because of this arrangement.

Instead, create visual juxtapositions by separating crucial details from one another using font pairings. This will assist buyers and potential consumers to quickly recognise what your product is and how it should be utilised. Moreover, the use of font pairings can draw attention to the relationships between different pieces of information, which is particularly useful for firms that have a “storey,” a tagline, or both.

Pro tip: Select fonts that are representative of your company’s image and the nature of your product. For example, high-end things necessitate the use of fonts that radiate richness and opulence, but items aimed at men should be rugged and emphasise long-term durability.

4. Maintain Consistency in Your Approach

One of the most common blunders that organisations do is to use marketing materials that are inconsistent and unreliable. While it may be tempting to follow the crowd and utilise the most up-to-date design element or font, your brand identity must remain consistent across all your marketing materials, including your logo, brochures, product labels, and more.

Having a consistent brand identity that is reflected in every piece of marketing collateral that you produce is the most effective approach to ensure that clients become more aware of your company and that they continue to purchase from you. Many individuals prefer to use products and firms that they are familiar with and can recognise.

Pro tip: Use the same typeface for all your marketing materials to avoid confusion. Customers will be able to readily associate your brand with your collateral in this manner.

5. You should also include your contact information.

The provision of easy access to your business is one of the most effective strategies to enhance brand awareness and client repeat business. Including contact information on your labels, such as a link to your website or the e-mail address of your customer care team, increases consumer satisfaction since it provides them with a means of expressing their opinions and providing feedback about your product.

Companies that participate in trade shows, conventions, and other similar events should make certain that their contact information is printed on their product labels. Who knows, you might be giving away gifts to your next big customer!

Pro Tip: The following pieces of contact information should be included on a product label: your mailing address, phone number, and website address. No matter what, make certain that essential facts are included on your labels.

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