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Brand anything under the sun.
Create custom labels for your business with NextDayFlyers. Use them for branding, product information, safety directions, addresses, and more. Order today and get your prints ready for shipping in 24 hours.
- Next-day printing available
- Durable waterproof material
- Roll-type and hand-cut options
- Cut-to-size, roll, or sheets
- Different shapes and sizes available
- Surface provides excellent writability
Find the Right Custom Label at NextDayFlyers
Give your products and merchandise a professional finish with custom labels. With label printing, you can present your customers with a product that stands out and stays top of mind.
Whatever type of label you need, NextDayFlyers offers a wide variety of customization options for your business.
Brand any product. Our label options stick to any surface. We offer durable indoor and outdoor options for label printing. Get premium white paper sticker or Estate adhesive paper for an elegant look, or choose white vinyl and biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) labels for long-lasting and weatherproof labels. You can try unique ways of printing with transparent BOPP material for that "no-label" look.
Full customization. Bring your products to life with various label sizes, shapes, and materials. Choose from square, rectangle, circle, and oval-shaped labels. We also provide die-cutting options for unique shapes that will truly get noticed.
Choose your preferred application. Print labels in individually cut, roll, sheet, and kiss-cut format. Each label format comes with application and material advantages that you can customize to suit your specific requirements.
In a rush? Save valuable time when you order from NextDayFlyers. We offer flexible printing turnarounds and can even get your order shipped out in just 24 hours.
Start by uploading your artwork to the website. Our print experts can proof your file for free to ensure it meets technical printing standards. If you don't have a layout yet, try designing online for free. Choose from our customizable templates that you can tweak using your images, logo, and text.
If you have questions or need some help getting started, our friendly printing experts are ready to assist you. Call us at 855-898-9870 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Do I Design Effective Custom Labels?
Keep these printing tips in mind to make the most out of label printing.
Label Materials. Make sure that your label material adheres to your product surface and will stay intact in its environment. If your product is displayed on shelves, you can choose indoor or uncoated label materials. If you need to keep the items refrigerated, you may need waterproof and refrigerator-safe materials, especially for food and beverage products.
Label Format Not all label formats are created equal. Individually cut labels, also known as cut-to-size labels, are printed and already trimmed in your design's exact size and shape. This format is easy to hand out and perfect for low quantity orders.
Kiss-cut labels are also cut separately, except they are not trimmed through the label backing. Kiss-cut format comes with an extra border around your sticker design, protecting intricate designs and offering space for branding.
Roll labels are suitable for rapid applications and large quantity orders. These are printed and wrapped around a cardboard spool that fits most label dispensers.
Sheet labels, like kiss-cut labels, are laser-trimmed on the sides, but not through the backing—so you can peel off the adhesives with no trouble at all. They're the perfect solution for asset tagging and office labeling. With multiple labels and designs on a single sheet, you can easily stack your prints and store them safely without taking much space.
Ensure your design is press-ready. Before you upload your design, make sure your file is press-ready. Run through our checklist for the proper file setup so your design prints accurately and according to your expectations. File dimensions should match the size of your order. All images should have a minimum resolution of 300 dpi or more. Make sure nothing gets trimmed off by noting the bleed, trim marks, and content within the safety zone.
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