Custom Jam Labels Details
Whether you’re creating homemade jam for a wedding, baby shower or even for retail purposes, we can help! You’ve done the hard work producing your jams, jellies, and preserves – now let us create labels! We also create labels for other food products and honey labels!
Custom Jar Labels Specs
Our custom jam labels can be designed to fit any jam container imaginable. We create a variety of sizes and shapes, from traditional round labels to custom die-cut shapes! If you prefer gift tags, we can print ribbon-tied labels for your jam.
Custom Label Materials
We design stickers with lots of materials. Because we have a variety, we are happy to help you figure out what will work best for your bottle labels. Some popular options we have are:
- Waterproof vinyl labels
- Foil labels
- Double-sided vinyl adhesive labels
- Crack n’ Peel Labels
- Polyester labels
Custom Shape Labels
Our preserves labels come in round, oval, square and rectangular shapes. Also, we can create a die cut custom shape out of your logo or brand symbol for a unique look!
If you’re using a traditional jam jar, we might recommend labels that wrap all the way around the jar. However, because some jelly jars have multiple faces, a square sticker on one might work wonders! We also create mason jar labels for a more traditional look.
Custom Label Finish
- Glossy – typically, white is the standard option. However, you can choose any color you like. These labels are a chic look for products you will store indoors. Additionally, they will resist oils and water.
- Matte – matte labels speak to a high-end, luxury brand. The finish is a satin-look and so is perfect for luxury alcohol brands, candles, and beauty products.
- Clear – there are plenty of benefits to going clear. They have a glossy finish; you can count on them to resist oils and waters, too. Additionally, it ensures the design stands out.
Roll Versus Sheets
Depending on the number of labels you need, we can provide a roll or a sheet! Basically, sheets carry just a limited number of custom jam labels apiece and make sense for short-run packaging or a trial. However, if you’re producing a large amount of the same product, getting a roll of a thousand labels might make more sense.