Here at Label Planet, we try to offer as many little extras as we can, so on our website you’ll find a lot more than just labels. We also have:
If you want to try before you buy to make sure the label you’re looking at will work properly, or if you’re not sure which label is best for you, you can always request a sample from us.
We have Word and PDF templates for all of our label sizes so if you don’t have access to software that has the template you need built in, we have templates ready for you to download and use. We’re also happy to talk to customers about common template problems and issues.
GUIDE TO AVERY COMPATIBLE SIZES:
If you’ve got an Avery code and want to know if we have a compatible product or if you’ve got one of our products and want to know if it is compatible with an Avery code, then we have two handy tables to help you check compatibility.
VIDEO GUIDE TO PRINTING:
We have a short video about printing labels, which is available to view on our website.
GLOSSARY OF LABELLING & PRINTING TERMS:
We’ve put together a glossary of common labelling and printing terms to help explain some of the technical speak and jargon that exists in the labelling world. So, if there’s a word you don’t understand, why not take a browse through our glossary to see if we’ve got a handy definition available.
BLOG FULL OF HELP & ADVICE, COMMON FAQS, & NEWS:
We keep our blog up to date with all of the latest pieces of help and advice, product information, questions that we have received from customers, and all of the latest news from Label Planet.
Our amazing customers have been busy leaving reviews of our products so you don’t just have to take our word for how useful they can be. Reviews are a great way to find out how our customers get on with our labels, the wonderfully creative ways they use our labels, and any tips they have for fellow labellers. We also keep a eye on reviews that we receive, so if a customer uses their review to flag up an issue they experienced, we can pick up on these problems and do our best to find a solution.
DOS & DON’TS:
A list of simple dos and don’ts to help avoid the most common problems that occur when printing labels.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (& ANSWERS!):
We’ve compiled a list of the most common questions that our customers ask, so if there’s a simple question you want answering you can always take a look through our FAQ to see if there’s an answer to your question there.
A GUIDE TO DESIGNING & PRINTING LABELS:
A basic guide to designing and printing labels based on the tricks and tips that we’ve picked up along the way. While labelling can be extremely easy to do, it can also be quite confusing if you’ve never done it before, so we’ve put together an easy to follow guide that will help steer you through the process of designing and printing a template – because, like anything else, labelling is a lot easier to do when you know the little tricks to getting the results you want.
A GUIDE TO PRINTING ROUND & OVAL LABELS:
Round and oval labels are always trickier to get right than rectangular labels, so we’ve written a guide especially for customers who are printing these particular shapes. There’s a brief guide to designing and printing round or oval labels, along with a few tips to help you avoid common problems that crop up with these shapes.
A GUIDE TO PRINTING MIRRORED LABELS:
This is a bit more specialised but now that we’ve introduced our range of Transparent Static Cling labels, we wanted to make sure that customers wanting to print mirrored window stickers had a bit of guidance to help them out. Mirrored labels are printed in reverse, so that they can stuck to the inside of a window (or glass surface) and read correctly from the other side.
A brief description of the Royal Mail’s Smartstamp for customers who are considering using this service to pre-pay for their postage.
Each of our specialist materials has a specification sheet that outlines the specifics of the face material, adhesive, and backing sheet used to make that particular kind of label. These specification sheets can be found on our range pages, each of which is dedicated to one particular material or adhesive that we have available.