There are times when you need your labels to be durable. To last through thick and thin, wet and dry, hot and cold. Well, we understand that there are also times when you need your labels to just go away, to wash away to be more precise. The DL-1205 performs just this task. These labels can be printed on using laser printers and ink jet printers.
We’ve got a couple of new sizes. First up, we have the ML-2425, a 1-2/3″ Diameter circle label. It’s got 24 labels on an 8-1/2″ X 11″ Sheet. 25 sheets per pack, 5 packs per case.
Next up is the ML-1225, a 2-1/2″ Diameter circle label. It’s got 12 labels on an 8-1/2″ X 11″ Sheet. 25 sheets per pack, 5 packs per case.
Next up is the ML-1210G, a 2″ Diameter Glossy White circle label. It’s got 12 labels on an 8-1/2″ X 11″ Sheet. 10 sheets per pack, 5 packs per case.
Next up is the DL-1205, a 2″ Diameter Dissolvable circle label. It’s got 12 labels on an 8-1/2″ X 11″ Sheet. 5 sheets per pack, 5 packs per case.
Our most popular Circle Label is the MR-1212 series labels. They are 3/4″ in diameter and come on a small sheet. They come in a variety of colors. To see our complete selection of MR-1212 labels, click HERE.
Here’s a shout out to Annette P for requesting a template for out MR-1616 Circle label. This particular Circle Lable comes on a small sheet, and the Circle label is 1″ in Diameter and is removable.
Keep in mind that these labels were originally designed for hand applications, and are removable. Also, the sheets are small, and may become lodged in your printer. Contact the manufacturer of your specific printer to see if your printer is recommended for this kind of label.
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Sometimes you’ve got a need for clear wafer seals. Well, we’ve got them. The OS-801 Clear Wafer Seals are perfect for sealing all kinds of card mailing pieces. After applying these labels to your mailing piece, it’ll be tough to see that a label is there.
You may have to tweak the graphics a bit to get your labels centered, and your printer might not support full bleed printing. Full bleed printing means that the printer will print all the way out to the edge of the paper. If you don’t have a full bleed, the outside columns will be cut off at the edges of the labels.
Also read warnings about printing on small sheeted labels here.