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Label artwork that is print ready will ensure your label printing process goes smoothly. When having your label artwork designed, ask your designer to package your design using the following guidelines:

Colors: All files going to print should be set to CMYK

Fonts: Not all design programs or computers for that matter contain the same fonts. All text should be converted to outlines or the font file should be provided with the artwork.

Image Resolution: All images should be embedded and should have a 300 dpi resolution at print size (the size of your label).

Bleeds: Any color or image used on your label should extend past the quoted label size by .0625”. We also recommend keeping necessary text and images within .125” of the die line.

Please see our Artwork Guidelines page for more information.

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