Custom labels printed in full color offer affordable advertising and promotion even when made in small quantities. There are many ways to make labels, each with advantages and disadvantages. When large quantities (a thousand or more) are needed, labels can be printed and die cut.
For smaller quantities, labels with complex shapes or intricate detail can be digitally printed on adhesive vinyl and contour cut. Compared to die cut labels, there isn’t the associated cost of die creation, but the cost per label is a bit higher in larger quantities. Digitally printed labels, done in-house here at Speedpro Signs, are the best solution for smaller quantities.
Our digitally printed labels have fabulous, vivid colors. An additional benefit, our labels made of adhesive PVC are waterproof. Many online sites sell labels made of paper they refer to as water resistant, charging an additional premium for waterproof. Using our labels for water bottles for example, the bottles can be completely submerged in ice water and the label won’t be affected.
Labels can be applied to water bottles, wine, beer coasters, place mats, canned goods, promotional items, mason jars – the possibilities are endless. The use of custom labels adds a level of professionalism that won’t go unnoticed. The attractive appearance will be remembered by your prospective customers.
Contour Cut Labels
Most labels will be contour cut, meaning that excess material is cut away leaving only your label design. We can custom cut your decal to any shape you wish. Many customers choose basic shapes like rectangles or circles, but we can tailor the shape any way you’d like.
This article was written by Jennifer
Jennifer is the General Manager of Speedpro Signs Grande Prairie. Marketing is one of Jennifer's passions and in 2009 she became a Certified Duct Tape Marketing Consultant. Jennifer and her husband Dave have owned the Grande Prairie store since 2002 and have been recognized with numerous awards like Franchise of Year, Business of the Year and more.