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| Labels on a Roll

Custom printed labels on a roll are one of our best sellers, not only are they the most cost effective option they’re also fully customisable to any shape and size.
***Ideal for machine application*** – you can order and customise the size of the inner core, winding direction and the spacing of the labels that meet your machine model.

PRINTED: Full colour or black and white
SHAPE: Rectangle, square, circle, oval or custom shape
SIZE: Custom
SIDES: Single
STOCK: White PP plastic, Clear PP plastic, Paper
ADHESIVE TYPE: Permanent, removable
SPECIAL COLOURS: White ink, metallic silver, fluorescent pink, opaque
UV COATING: Gloss or satin
LAMINATION: Gloss, matt, soft touch, linen, leather
ROUNDED CORNERS: 0 – 10mm available
LABELS ACROSS A ROLL: 1-5
APPLICATION: If you’ll be applying these by machine please let us know your specs.
TURNAROUND: 2-4 Working days

| Single Labels

Need your labels trimmed and supplied as individuals? well this is the perfect option for you. Your stickers will be printed and kiss cut as per your custom requirements and then trimmed and supplied as individual rectangles or square. Making this the perfect options for promotions and giveaways.

PRINTED: Full colour
SHAPE: Rectangle, square, circle, oval or custom shape or sheet
SIZE: Custom
SIDES: Single
STOCK: White PP plastic, Clear PP plastic, Paper
ADHESIVE TYPE: Permanent, removable
SPECIAL COLOURS: White ink, metallic silver, fluorescent pink, opaque
UV COATING: Gloss or satin
LAMINATION: Gloss, matt, soft touch, linen, leather
ROUNDED CORNERS: 0 – 10mm available
TURNAROUND: 2-4 Working days

| Sheet Labels

You’re in full creative control when it comes to labels on a sheet. You’ve  got the option to choose a custom sheet with 2-100 different labels per sheet or select a standard sheet size for easy insertion and mailing.

PRINTED: Full colour
SHAPE: Rectangle, square, circle, oval or custom shape or sheet
SIZE: Custom
SIDES: Single
STOCK: White PP plastic, Clear PP plastic, Paper
ADHESIVE TYPE: Permanent, removable
SPECIAL COLOURS: White ink, metallic silver, fluorescent pink, opaque
UV COATING: Gloss or satin
LAMINATION: Gloss, matt, soft touch, linen, leather
ROUNDED CORNERS: 0 – 10mm available
TURNAROUND: 2-4 Working days

| Window Stickers

PRINTED: Full colour
SHAPE: Rectangle, square, circle, oval or custom shape
SIZE: Custom
SIDES: Single or double sided
STOCK: White PP plastic, Clear PP plastic
VIEW DIRECTION: Outside, Inside, Both Sides
WHITE INK: Full coverage or Selective (Opaque)
ADHESIVE TYPE: Permanent, removable
UV COATING: Gloss or satin
ROUNDED CORNERS: 0 – 10mm available
TURNAROUND: 2-4 Working days

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| Five Ways To Take Your Product Labels To The Next Level

The role that product labels play in any organisation is crucial; without them, companies would stand to lose their customers and their entire business. Consumers usually turn to labels to gather information on the product’s contents, instructions, and price, which is why an ineffective and poorly-designed one would have catastrophic results.

Unfortunately, many businesses underestimate the marketing power of labels and how these can entice customers into purchasing your product, even if they’ve never tried it out before. Some companies choose to haphazardly slap on ill-conceived product labels without thinking about customer experiences. Others cram information into their labels, leaving consumers bewildered and confused.

Marketing techniques may change day by day, however, several golden rules for product labels remain. Here are five tips and tricks to help you take your product labels to the next level.

Simplicity Is Key

Having too much information or design elements in your product labels can feel overwhelming for some customers, which could lead to a negative perception of your brand before they even try it.

This rule, in particular, is important for companies whose products are oftentimes situated in supermarket shelves and the like; most customers take only a few minutes to consider items before purchasing. A simple yet eye-catching label designed in a way that makes the product’s details easy to absorb will go a long way in convincing shoppers.

Pro Tip: Use fonts, images, and other design elements that are simple, clean, and easy on the eyes.

Don’t Forget About White Space

In design, white space – sometimes called negative space – refers to the unmarked spaces between lines of text, graphics, and layouts. Contrary to its name, however, white space doesn’t necessarily need to be white, but rather, it can be any colour, pattern, or even a background image.

White space is important because it balances out a design, preventing it from looking too chunky and cluttered. More than that, though, it draws the customer’s attention to a particular element, making it stand out against all the other bits and pieces that your label has. When done right, white space has the incredible ability of enhancing your brand’s appearance and aesthetics, attracting consumers left and right.

Pro Tip: If you desire a specific design element or set of information to be noticed by customers, then surround it with white space. Doing so makes it easier for them to see and absorb the very thing that you want them to.  

Make Use Of Font Pairings

Most product labels are small and compact, requiring both details and graphics to be squeezed in together. This closely-packed space makes it hard for some customers – especially those with eyesight issues – to recognise information, which eventually leads to you losing out on a sale.

To remedy this, create visual juxtapositions by using font pairings to separate important details from each other, allowing shoppers and potential consumers to easily identify what your product is or how it should be used. Additionally, font pairings can highlight the relationships between certain pieces of information, which makes it especially helpful for brands whose products have a “story,” a tagline, or both.

Pro Tip: Choose fonts that reflect your brand and the nature of your product. For instance, high-end items require fonts that exude luxury and opulence while those geared towards a male demographic should look tough and emphasize longevity.

Keep It Consistent

Inconsistent and fickle marketing materials are one of the most common mistakes that businesses make. It can be tempting to go with the flow and make use of the latest design element or font, however, your brand identity must remain the same across your logo, brochures, product labels, and more.

Having a solid identity reflected across every single collateral that you put out is the best way to ensure that awareness for your brand increases and that customers keep coming back for more. After all, most people tend to go with products and companies that they can instantly recognise.

Pro Tip: Use the same typeface across all your marketing materials. That way, customers will easily associate your brand with your collateral.

Provide Your Contact Information

One of the best ways to increase brand awareness and customer repeat rate is by providing easy access to your business. Labels that contain contact information, such as a link to your website or the e-mail address of your customer service team, enhance consumer satisfaction as it gives them an avenue that they can use to express their thoughts and feedback regarding your product.

Companies who frequent trade fairs, conventions, and other such events should ensure that their product labels contain their contact information. You never know if you’re handing out freebies to your next big buyer!

Pro Tip: Contact information that should be included in a product label is your mailing address, phone number, and website URL. Make sure to have these details on your labels, no matter what.

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