Custom Label FAQs
Have questions? With over 30 years of custom label printing, we have answers. The Grace Team is always available and eager to help, so feel free to call or contact us anytime to get answers to all of your custom label FAQs and printing questions.
We can create any type of label that you may need including labels for industrial cleaning products, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, etc.
Yes, we do! We can print on various materials to fit your needs. We also offer a full line of custom and stock social distancing floor labels.
Definitely! We can print on both permanent and removable materials that adhere to carpet, linoleum, hardwood, cement, and other types of flooring. Our social distancing floor labels are available for ordering online or by calling 1-888-355-9356.
Yes, we can print labels for medical treatment machinery, testing products, etc. Our printing techniques give us the ability to make test-tube lid covers with perforations, security labels, and any other type of product you may need.
Rewind direction is how the labels come off of a roll. Labels can be wound facing the outside or the inside and can have the left side, right side, top, or bottom edge coming off of the roll first. The rewind direction needed is usually determined by the machine being used to apply the labels. If labels are hand-applied, customers can decide on their own how they would like to have the labels wound.
Yes! We can either send you a digital proof (email) of your labels or a press proof printed on the material of your choice.
No, not at all. Besides roll labels, Grace also offers labels cut into sheets or individually cut to fit your needs.
Shipping & Receiving Labels
Grace offers standard three to four-day production from the date you approve your proof, however, if you need your labels fast, we also Rush Orders which include two-day and same-day label printing. Orders placed by 11:00 AM EST can be printed and shipped on the same day in requested.
Absolutely! We can ship labels in whatever way is most convenient for you, as long as you specify when ordering.
Labels can either be picked up from our location in Perrysburg, Ohio, or shipped via UPS or FEDEX. For more questions about shipping, please visit the Shipping and Refunds section of our Terms and Conditions.
Materials & Finishes
The most commonly used materials for labels include white semi-gloss paper laminated and white BOPP laminated. For a full list of materials and their descriptions click here.
Customers are given the option of gloss and matte laminations. For a full list of finishes including outdoor and thermal transfer click here.
Yes! We have a list of materials and finishes that are perfect for withstanding the elements.
Our outdoor labels can last anywhere from three to five years depending on weather conditions.
Yes, we do! We offer several. Our “stone face” material is made out of recycled stone and has no need for any lamination or varnish. Additionally, we offer Hemp Paper label material that is made with 25% hemp fibers and 75% post-consumer waste. Both of these materials are excellent eco-friendly choices!
We can produce either permanent or removable labels. Removable labels are great for parking tags and bumper stickers, while permanent labels are great for labeling products and many other things!
We provide many types of security labels, including those that have holographic authenticity seals and those that are destroyed upon removal. We also produce tamper seals that are great for bottles.
No, unfortunately, we are unable to print on both sides of the label.
Yes, we offer a versatile material called Silver BOPP. This mirror-like silver material gives labels a foil metallic look. Paired with our ability to also print white ink, you can choose to allow the silver material to show through (give your art a metallic look) or you can use white ink for a more opaque look altogether. Depending on the effect you would like to achieve, we have artists in-house happy to give advice and help you determine if you would like to back any of your artwork elements in white ink.
Label Printing Process
Hot stamping is when a metal stamp is heated up and pressed into a metallic foil onto the label. This provides a high-quality, unique look for shapes and words that need to be emphasized. We offer over 30 different colors of foil hot stamp label inks ranging from class bright and dull gold to a unique selection of colors like rose gold and metallic purple.
Grace has the ability to print your labels on a clear liner which allows for full transparency, perfect for jars, and other clear packaging.
Yes! Grace has the ability to perforate labels to suit your needs.
Yes! Grace can also create perforations between labels on rolls.
Yes, labels can be printed alternating two or more copies on one roll. This is often needed for front and back labels that are going to be machine applied.
Yes! You can order kiss-cut stickers either individually cut or on a roll.
No, once your custom die is purchased you will not have to pay for one again unless you change the shape or size of your artwork and it is not an available size in our 2,500+ die library.
Although helpful, you do not. We have artists ready and available to help you create amazing labels.
We prefer that you submit your artwork as an unflattened PDF or an Adobe Illustrator file. Please refer to our Artwork Guidelines for more details.
With over 2,500+ die sizes in our library, we can print labels of nearly any size and shape. If you have questions about whether or not we can print labels to your specifications, reach out to us today!
We may already offer your shape and size, so contact us to learn more! With an extensive selection of over 2,500+ available sizes, our dies will cut your labels with extreme precision.
It depends on what you are really asking. In the print industry, copies refer to the number of (artwork) versions of a specific size label. For example, you may need 4,000 labels total but broke into four flavor changes or 1,000 each. We can do that for you!
Sometimes customers refer to the total number of labels of one design they want to order as copies, too. Normally, our minimum order size is around 200 labels, and we can print as many labels as you need with no maximum.
Yes! We can print variable data such as batch numbers, dates, and consecutive numbers on every label.