Packaging & Labels

Bottle Labels

  • Round bottle labels
  • Sticker label rolls
  • Beer bottle labels
  • Food jar bottle labels
  • Bottle labels
  • Clear bottle labels
  • Bottle Labels

Bottle Labels

Bottle labels come in many shapes and sizes for use on plastic or glass bottles and we cater for all requirements, including bottle labeling for craft beers, wine bottle labels, water bottles for sports events, cosmetic bottle packaging including shampoo and lotion bottles, e-liquid labels and personalised bottle labels for events and parties.

Our most popular bottle labels

  • Beer bottle labels
  • Wine bottle labels
  • Glass jar labels
  • Personalised bottle labels for events and giftware
  • Water bottle labels
  • Champagne bottle labels
  • Liquor bottles
  • Cosmetic bottle packaging


Our labels are printed in high resolution, up to 1600 dpi, for crisp text, barcodes and photo realistic imaging.


Our bottle labels are supplied in rolls on high specification polypropolyene or paper material for durability, chemical and water resistance. We can also provide vinyl bottle labels on sheets if required.

Shapes and Sizes

Our labels can be cut to any shape or required, privoding versatile branding and personalistion for any bottle required. We can print wrap around or front/back bottle labels.

Design service

Whether you are looking for help setting up cut lines or need complete brand development, we provide professional design services for the ultimate in branding and product labeling.

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  • Materials
    • BOPP Polypropylene
    • Specialist labels: Food grade, antibacterial, deep freeze, textiles, waterproof and more.
    • Gloss or matt lamination available
  • Dimensions
    • Minimum Label Size: 3.5 x 1.5 cm
    • Maximum Label Size: 30.6 x 45 cm
    • Core: 4 cm or 7.6 cm
    • Label Shapes: Cut to any shape requires
  • Can your labels be cut to any shape or size?
    Die cut stickers
    Yes, our labels and stickers are made to order and can be produced in any shape or size.

    If you are supplying your own label, the artwork should be supplied in the correct size for print, which should match the size ordered. If you need us to scale your artwork, please let us know. We can scale any artwork that fits your order proportionally.
  • Do you offer sticker & label design services?
    Yes, if you have any questions or would like us to check your artwork prior to ordering, please contact us and we'd be happy to help. We offer in-house graphic design, and can help with any custom design requirements.
  • What resolution do you need for printing?
    Sticker printing resolution
    To ensure high quality sticker printing resolution, images should be supplied in 300 dpi at 100% of the final output size. DPI stands for dots per inch. The higher dots per inch, the better the label print quality. Artwork printed at 300 dpi will present crisp images and sharp text and line art, while artwork printed at 72 dpi will present blurry, pixelated images and text.
  • What is an underpin on transparent labels?
    Transparent sticker underpin
    Clear and transparent stickers printed without an underpin will result in a translucent print. These labels are ideal for sticking onto white or light coloured surfaces, as this creates a suitable opaque background. They are not suitable for sticking to darker coloured surfaces without a white underpin print. They are also perfect for sticking onto clear surfaces, as long as as you are looking for a translucent result.
  • What file format should I send?
    We highly recommend supplying your graphics in a vector format for optimal output. We accept PDF, EPS, SVG, AI, TIF, JPG & PNG, supplied in 300 dpi or higher as applicable.

    When creating your artwork, please ensure that the colour space is set up as CMYK within the software application.

    Artwork should also be supplied in the correct sticker size with a 3 mm bleed, and a 3 mm safety margin. The bleed is the area that will be trimmed off when cutting to size. Your artwork must extend to the edge of the bleed, this cannot be white space. Our guillotines need this safety area to account for variations in cutting accuracy, and to avoid white edges in your finished product. Text and pertinent graphics should be 3 mm inside the cut line on each side. This will ensure no text or graphics are trimmed off during finishing.