Paper Labels and Stickers
Paper has been around for well over a millennium and has been the mainstay of product labels since they were first ever used. Despite modern innovations in material science, paper continues to dominate the industry due to its versatility and cost-effectiveness.
Modern paper, like the very first sheet of papyrus, made thousands of years ago, is still made from cellulose which is derived from plant materials. The paper used in our stickers is a world away from the stuff made even just a few decades ago. Additives, manufacturing processes and different cellulose sources give us uniformity in colour, thickness and density giving you the perfect label.
Paper labels and stickers are not only perfect for many applications in their own right, but also they’re a cost-effective way to try out different ideas in marketing that you intend to take into a more expensive material or method.
You can order from as little as 25 labels, giving you enough sticky paper labels to test your idea without having to spend too much. Experiment, make your paper labels fun and personal and see what works best for you. With the largest range of shapes and sizes available to instantly buy online, we're sure you will find a handy label for a handy price.
Adhesives and Finishes
Paper label and stickers come with uncoated or gloss finish options with either a permanent or removable adhesive depending on material choice. Also, fluorescent paper in 5 colours and correction material for covering errors are available in pack quantities. All of our self adhesive paper labels are printed digitally in high quality CMYK.
Paper labels are perfect for a range of uses, including beauty cosmetic products, food and beverage products, pricing labels and electrical services. Our A4 template range can be overprinted through your home or business printer making our self adhesive paper labels ideal for all types of postal packaging.
For test purposes, they can have a million of uses. For example, before you commit to ordering thousands of your new bottle label design, and go to the expense of getting that set up, why not get a sample of 25 stickers for a fraction of the cost to make sure your ideas work in the flesh?