Custom Labels


Design and Print Custom Labels for Your Product Packaging and Business Branding

Custom label printing makes it easy to put your company name, logo, or statement on any surface. Choose the best size, shape, and coating to complete a look in line with your product’s branding. Design in over 20 sizes and personalize your design using our online tool.

Standard Shapes in Various Sizes for Cut-to-Size Labels

We Offer Individually Cut-to-Size Labels in Four Shapes:

  • square shaped label suits most logos
  • The rectangle is recommended for mailing labels.
  • The oval and circle shape work as custom product labels on food or drink items.

You Can Print the Custom Printed Labels’ Shapes in Different Sizes.

Below are the most popular dimensions for cut-to-size labels:
most popular custom label sizes

We Print Custom Labels on Two Kinds of Sticker Paper:

Our standard white label paper works best for indoor use. Adding a matte coating gives it a smooth finish while gloss brightens the colors on your design. Apply high gloss UV coating for a shiny, water-resistant finish.
White vinyl sticker paper is waterproof and suitable for products displayed outdoors or stored in a refrigerator such as custom wine labels. High gloss UV coating makes your labels resistant to the weather, scratching, and abrasion. All labels come with crack & peel backing for easy application.

Personalize Details on Your Roll Labels

For large quantities of your product packaging or items requiring mass labelling such as food and beverage items, print roll labels in a minimum order of 250 pieces. Each roll can fit the standard label gun for fast and easy bulk application.
Roll labels come in the same shapes as the cut-to-size type. But you can also design or upload a file in a specific width and length. Select “Custom Size” and choose from several width and height options on the online calculator.
Start custom label printing by uploading a ready-made design or create a new file with our online design tool. Our print experts will guide you every step of the way so you can enjoy our affordable rates.

Choosing the Best Material for Your Custom Label

The checklist below helps you narrow down the best choice for your printed product:

Cut-to-Size Roll
White Paper Sticker White Vinyl Sticker White Premium Sticker Paper White BOPP (Indoor) Clear BOPP (Outdoor) Silver Metallic BOPP White Vellum Texture – Estate #8 White Laid Texture – Estate #4 Cream Laid Texture – Estate #9
Waterproof At least 4 hours in an ice bucket
Indoor Use
Outdoor Use
Writable Permanent ink marker
UV Resistant

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the turnaround time include the shipping transit time?

Turnaround represents the number of days required to produce your job. It does not include shipping transit time or direct mail processing time. All turnaround times are based on business days and exclude national holidays.
To find out your order’s transit time and expected arrival date, click on “Get Shipping Estimate” at the bottom of the online calculator. This will show a full list of shipping prices based on your preferred arrival date.

What is the difference between white paper and white vinyl sticker materials?

White paper stickers are best used on items stored and displayed indoors. Use white sticker paper on products that don’t need refrigeration and won’t be exposed to water. White vinyl stickers are thicker and more durable, able to withstand exposure to outdoor elements such as UV light and water.

What is the difference between gloss and high gloss coating?

Gloss coating gives your label some extra shine and reflects against the light. It also has a writable surface for ballpoint pen ink. High gloss coating gives a greater shine and makes the label UV-resistant. It is not writable but does withstand wear and tear.

What is the fastest printing time available for my order?

You can print cut-to-size labels in one (1) business day and a roll order in two (2) business days for the standard shapes. Custom size roll labels take five (5) business days to print.

How do I select the correct unwind direction for my roll labels?

The unwind direction determines how your artwork is printed on the roll labels and how it will be unwound from the cardboard core. These are the four directions available from the copy on your label:

  • Top of the copy
  • Bottom of the copy
  • Left of the copy
  • Right of the copy


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