In the United States, each state has its own regulations when it comes to hemp and CBD products. Learn the importance of knowing and properly labeling your CBD products before they make it the shelves.
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Imagine, you have an original shape in mind for the outline of your label paper. This shape is likely to deviate from the typical rectangular or oval shapes that are most commonly used for label designs. A label printing company is not very likely to have, in their cache, die shapes that deviate from the norm. If you’ve ever tried to secure a custom die at the last minute, then you know how much of a hassle it can be. We recommend small business owners, with custom label shapes in mind for their packaging, invest in custom dies for their label materials.
If you’re looking to get a leg up on the competition, you might want to consider re-envisioning your label design practices. One of the most creatively versatile and eye-catching label materials is clear BOPP. Clear labels have the exciting advantage of peculiarity. They stand out! What’s more than that is that they provide exciting opportunities for creative brand designers. If the contents of your packaging have a peculiar or eye-catching design—say, for example, doggy treats in the shape of a pooch’s face, you’ll definitely want to accentuate this by opting for clear labels and the no-label look.
In the following article, we’ll give you a brief rundown of the label’s make-up and qualities, and of course, some delightful examples.
If you want to give your label a little more pop, a little more pizzazz then consider mixing things up with metallic label materials. These kinds of labels, and their variants—silver BOPP being the most well known—are metallized label materials that give packaging designs a high-end look that has been proven to captivate consumers. In the following article, we’ll do a rundown of the aesthetic qualities that make these label materials perfect for attracting the consumer eye.
3-18-21 UPDATE DYMO Support has released a new DYMO Connect update and new DYMO Label update that fixes the blank label printing issues. In order to run the latest software update, open DYMO Connect, click "Help" > "Check For Updates" and download the latest version (18.104.22.168). For the latest DYMO Label update, download DYMO Label 8.7.4 here. These DYMO updates work with both pre/post Windows 10 update (in case you already rolled back the last Windows update), as well as with/without the optional Windows update from March 17th. Once the latest Connect version is installed, you should be able to print Dymo compatible labels with your DYMO LabelWriter Printer.
For DYMO XTL issues with DYMO ID, there is currently not a permanent update or fix to DYMO ID. Please follow the instructions below for the temporary workaround.
Learn how you can print shipping labels at home. This article explores the different labels, printers, and options you have for printing shipping labels anywhere.
You’re racking up orders. Your product is the hottest thing on the market. The sheer number of requests from purchasers about the globe makes you pinch yourself. To get your products from point A to B, you’ll need to abide by shipping and trade guidelines.
You’ll need shipping labels.
In the following article we’ll tell you how to print shipping labels at home so that you don’t have to keep your customers waiting.
Thank you to everyone who has voted already in this important election! It is now past our cutoff date of October 28th, 2020 to request free I Voted Stickers, in order to receive it before election day. As always, you can purchase a roll of any of our "I Voted" Stickers at any point in the year. This election, we gave away over 700 free I Voted Stickers (2020) to individuals throughout the country.
If you didn't receive free election stickers this year, be sure to come back for the midterm elections to request yours in time for election day next year!
In the print-world, the way you create and save your logo, custom label design or other artwork is everything.
So if you think that a) CMYK is some strange texting lingo, b) you have to stab your artwork to get it to "bleed properly", or c) a rasterized image is picture of Bob Marley and the Lion of Judah, then this is the guide for you.
<p>During these difficult times, we have been moved by local breweries and distilleries in the Tampa Bay area who, instead of remaining closed due to the new restrictions on bars and breweries, are instead finding ways to help the community by producing hand sanitizer with their brewing equipment and know-how.</p>