We created a list of the most common options to spark your creativity. This isn’t an exhaustive list by any means.
1. Die cut “Peel Here” tab: Makes it easier to open the booklet label.
2. Printed base label: If the booklet is removed, the base label keeps your product identified. aka-“leave behind label.
3. Overlaminate lying directly on the liner (see arrow): This makes the booklet label easier to form around a curved surface.
4. Variable coding: You can add a unique 12-16 digit code to identify each booklet label.
5. Irregular shaped booklet label: Die cut both the shape of the label and the booklet to fit shaped containers.
6. Map fold: We can produce a booklet label with a right angle folded piece that opens like a “map”.
7. Booklets: Customers like booklets because they feel they’re easier to use.
8. Foldouts: Are less expensive than booklet labels.
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.
10. Small rolls: We can produce as few as 25 booklet labels per roll for easy distribution.
11. Sheeted: Designed for easy manual application and distribution.
12. Glued spine: Glued spine presents a cleaner look
13. Stapled: Allows us to produce thicker booklet labels and create designs that carry printing through the spine.
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.
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.
16. Encapsulate: We can put a plastic sheet with a 4 side seal on your booklet label. Customers like this because it keeps the contents contamination free and makes it more tamper proof.
17. Booklet to the side: Create one large label with both a booklet label and main product label. Best solution for many round containers.
18. Coupon perf: We use a perforation to make coupons easier to tear off.
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.
20. Synthetic paper: Turn your booklet label into a more durable label with synthetic paper. Great idea for making it moisture resistant.
21. No base label: We laminate directy to the liner. This creates a construction that can be bent around a pencil.
22. Very small booklet labels: We can make very small booklet labels 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.
23. Neck Hangers: Sometimes, customers prefer having the information hang off the container. This 120 paged booklet was converted into a Data-Necker.
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.
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.
26. Multiple Inserts: If you don’t want to combine all the information into one booklet, you can offer multiple independent printed pieces.
27. Combine giveaways 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.