Glossy White Paper
Matte White Paper
Glossy White Outdoor Film
Matte White Film
Glossy White Film
Glossy Clear Film
Estate #8 Paper
Showcase what your business is all about with custom labels. A well designed label leaves a positive impact, boosts name recall, all while conveying important brand information. Personalized labels let you clearly communicate everything there is to know about you and your product – from your logo, name, brand story, and even ingredients.
For individually-cut singles, you can choose between white paper and white outdoor film. White paper is ideal for indoor use and comes in glossy and matte variants. Outdoor film is our strongest label material. It is weatherproof and can last for years even in an outdoor setting.
Packola’s roll label film are all made of durable polypropylene material, which is waterproof, tear-resistant, and non-toxic. These can be safely used with food items that require refrigeration, such as bottled drinks or food jars. Estate #8 paper on the other hand, can be refrigerated but can’t get wet.
Choosing the Correct Label for You
Singles are a great choice for small orders. These are applied by hand. They have a bend-and-peel paper backing that makes it quick and easy to apply. Individually-cut labels are also good for giveaways during events and tradeshows.
Rolls shine best when labeling in bulk. You can apply them by hand, but we recommend using a label dispenser to help you brand and label hundreds of products efficiently.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend singles for low volume labeling applications since you can order as few as 25 pieces. On the other hand, roll labels are preferred for high volume labeling. They are easier to peel and are wound onto 3" diameter cores that fit into most label dispensers and automatic labeling machines.
Our label singles come with scores on the backing sheet. Slightly bend the label on opposite sides of a score line to split the backing and peel.
You can write on White Paper and Estate #8 Paper. All other label materials can be written on with a permanent ink marker given a few seconds to dry.
All labels printed on film are waterproof.