Monthly Archives: August 2010

Die-Cutting Custom Labels
by lauren | Aug 31st, 2010 | Leave a comment

If you have ever peeled a label off a roll in a clean and easy manner, the label was probably die cut.  The labels you purchase at an office supply

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Label Re-Branding – Can it Hurt?
by lauren | Aug 30th, 2010 | Leave a comment

I came across an interesting article in Inc. magazine, a magazine for small businesses, about a California-based tea company.  The owner formulated her own organic tea blends, and put her

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Vector Art for Labels
by lauren | Aug 27th, 2010 | Leave a comment

If you are creating artwork for your custom labels, or if you are working with a designer, one of the most important design concepts is using vector files.  In complicated

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Machine Label Application
by lauren | Aug 26th, 2010 | Leave a comment

Whether you are a small business with a few products or a large company moving millions of units, the issue of machine application for your custom labels can become a

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Setting Dielines for Custom Labels
by lauren | Aug 24th, 2010 | Leave a comment

A dieline around a label tells the printer where the label should be cut, indicating the label size and shape.  Setting the correct dielines will ensure your labels are printed

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