Stickers vs labels - what's the difference?
Stickers are made of a premium, thick vinyl and are most often used for promotion and handed out individually or included within packaging.
Labels are made with a thinner BOPP film and tend to be used in production (on packaging, bottles, etc) because they are faster to peel.
You can see dozens of different ways to use stickers and labels in our Uses gallery.
|Thickness||7~ mil||3.4 mil|
|Thickness w/ paper backing||15.45~ mil||n/a|
|Material||Premium, thick vinyl||BOPP|