Custom die cut roll labels are a fast and easy way to brand your product. Apply to bottles, jars, boxes, packaging and more. Made from a durable material with a laminate that resists scratching, heat, water and sunlight.
Get multiple die cut labels on a sheet to easily brand your products and packaging. Perfect for applying by hand, your sheet labels will be printed on a durable 8.5” x 11” material that stands up to food, oil, water and refrigeration.
Ordering labels for kids is easy with Sticker Mule. Simply choose a size and quantity, then upload your artwork or design. You can even send us a photo straight off your phone. We'll send you a free proof within hours so you can see how your labels will turn out. Make any changes you like until you're completely happy. Once approved, we'll produce your labels in 4 days or less, and send them to you with fast, free worldwide shipping.
Use custom labels for kids to organize your child's belongings for daycare, school or home. With your unique design, your labels will stand out wherever they're seen. Our high quality labels are perfect for labelling notebooks, bags and cubbies. Because they're waterproof and scratch-resistant, you can stick them to water bottles and lunch boxes, and even run them through the dishwasher. All our kids labels are produced quickly and sent to you with fast, free worldwide shipping.
We tried out the die cut stickers during their recent special and we LOVED them! So happy we took a chance. We happened to have a t-shirt design all ready to go and adapted it for the sticker. The only thing I wish was different was the finish - the stickers were matte, and there was a slight color shading in the original design that failed to translate into the sticker. Therefore the stickers ... Read more
These turned out wonderfully for giving away for brand recognition.
Great looking stickers and fast turn around. Thank you!
The quality is gorgeous and amazing. It was my first time ordering the labels roll, and I was very very happy. I just have one thing to say, is that the protection paper they were in was filled with dirt bits. it was all over the first layer of the roll and on the labels. I thought it was weird. I just swiped all of them with a cloth and it was fine though. No labels were damaged.