Label Innovators stocks a wide assortment of papers to choose from. See our LABELS BY TYPE page for additional information.
A very thick felt paper with superior wet strength and refrigeration properties developed and sold only by Label Innovators. This paper has excellent white holdout after the paper has been surrounded by moisture.
White, uncoated paper with textured lines and extreme resistance to oil, grease and water.
White, uncoated vellum paper with extreme resistance to oil, grease and water.
White and thicker uncoated paper with heavy texture recommended for labels going on glass containers that need an upscale look. Digital and Offset are the best print methods.
White, uncoated paper with smooth texture recommended for most label types and print methods.
White, uncoated paper with linen texture
Silver metalized paper with smooth shiny finish
White, coated paper with a smooth glossy surface
Cream, uncoated paper with deep felt texture
Cream, uncoated paper with laid texture
ADDITIONAL FINISHING OPTIONS
With hot foil stamping a heated metal die is used to better transfer fine foil detail to the label and hold tight registration. A wide array of foil colors are available.
Choose our sculpted embossing option when find details and a varying depth of emboss is needed in your design.
Single level or polymer embossing gives great results when a large element needs to be raised at one continuous height. Since we make our own die in-house, we can control the detail and amount of depth.
High build varnish is applied with a mesh screen process and adds a hard raised surface to your label. Choose this effect when highlighting specific elements like logos or images on matte or uncoated papers for greatest impact.
Paper texture add a tactile quality that invites buyers to pick up your product. The team at Label Innovators can help you design your own texture or supply you with samples of available textures to choose from.
Consumer testing shows that using a unique shape for your label helps buyers recognize your brand quicker.
Adding a spot gloss varnish is an economical way to highlight special elements. Use on uncoated or matte papers for greatest impact.
Using a metallic ink on traditional paper provides extra emphasis to design elements and adds richness.