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27 Ways To Customize Your Booklet Labels

We created a list of the most common options to spark your creativity. This isn't an exhaustive list by any means.

Die Cut Peel Tab to make booklet label easier to open

1. Die cut "Peel Here" tab: Makes it easier to open the booklet label.

Booklet label with printed base label

2. Printed base label: If the booklet
is removed, the base label keeps your product identified. aka-"leave behind label."

Arrow shows where laminate lays directly on liner.

3. Overlaminate lying directly on
the liner (see arrow):
This makes
the booklet label easier to form
around a curved surface.

Variable code on two ply label

4. Variable coding: You can add a unique 12-16 digit code to identify each booklet label.

Irregularly shaped booklet label

5. Irregular shaped booklet label: Die cut both the shape of the label and the booklet to fit shaped containers.

Right angle folded pamphlet opens like a map

6. Map fold: We can produce a booklet label with a right angle folded piece that opens like a "map".

We can produce booklet labels up to 96 pages

7. Booklets: Customers like booklets because they feel they're easier to use.

We can produce foldouts out to 36 inches

8. Foldouts: Are less expensive than booklet labels.

Clear base label allows end user to see throug the label to read important copy

9. Clear base label: Believe it or not there is a label on the box. When you don't want to cover up important information, use a clear base label.

Rolls with as few as 25 booklet labels

10. Small rolls: We can produce
as few as 25 booklet labels per roll for easy distribution.

Booklet labels on sheets

11. Sheeted: Designed for easy manual
application and distribution.

Booklet label with glued spine

12. Glued spine: Glued spine
presents a cleaner look

Booklet label with stapled spine

13. Stapled: Allows us to produce
thicker booklet labels and create
designs that carry printing through the spine.

Booklet Label with no over laminate

14. No over laminate: Traditionally
booklet labels have a laminate. We
can glue it to the base so it doesn't
need to be laminated. With a "paper
only look" we can create a different feel.

Booklet label with pamphlet glued to base label

15. Leaflet glued to base label: Some customers prefer having the leaflet glued to the base label as an extra measure to keep the leaflet from being removed.

Encapsulated booklet label

16. Encapsulate: We can put a plastic sheet with a 4 side seal on your booklet label. Customers likes this because it keeps the contents contamination free and makes it more tamper proof.

Booklet label with combination booklet and prime label

17. Booklet to the side: Create one large label with both a booklet label and main product label. Best solution for many round containers.

Coupon perforations

18. Coupon perf: We use a perforation to make coupons easier to tear off.

Special perforation to keep laminate with lot and date information from being removed

19. Specialty perforation: We make this perforation so that the laminate will break at the perf. This keeps any codes printed on the
laminate from being torn off.

Booklet label made with synthetic paper

20. Synthetic paper: Turn your booklet label into a more durable label with synthetic paper. Great idea for making it moisture resistant.

Booklet label with no base label

21. No base label: We laminate directly to the liner. This creates a construction that can be bent around a pencil.

Vial booklet label with 30 printable panels

22. Very small booklet labels: We can make very small booklet lables to fit the smallest containers. This one is .5" x 1.5" with 30 printable pages. We can make booklet labels smaller than 1" in both directions.

120 paged booklet converted into a Data-Necker

23. Neck Hangers: Sometimes,
customers prefer having the
information hang off the container.
This 120 paged booklet was
convertered into a Data-Necker.

3 ply label

24. Multiply Labels: When customers need to add a little more information than their single ply label will handle, a 2 or 3 ply label often makes the most sense.

Resealable adhesive strip

25. Resealable adhesive strip:
There are many ways to make
a booklet label resealable. In this method, we apply a low tack adhesive strip. Often, we combine
it with gluing the booklet to the
base label to create a construction
that doesn't need an overlaminate.

2 inserts in encapsulated booklet label (Mega Label)

26. Multiple Inserts: If you don't want  to combine all the information into one booklet, you can offer multiple independant printed pieces.

Pill packet and combination neck hanger

27. Combine give-aways with booklet labels: We combined a hang tag with a pet supplement give-away. There are infinite ways to combine widgets with booklet labels to add value to your products.