Label Planet supply a range of blank self-adhesive CD labels.
There are 4 different layouts to choose from, depending upon which software you are using and the label sizes and case labels you need.
These blank labels are sold in packs of 25 sheets and sent out same day; three of these sizes are also available to order in coloured paper, fluorescent coloured paper, premium quality paper, gloss paper, and semi-gloss paper options (minimum order quantitiy 500 sheets).
CD labels were sold in huge volume when CD burners became available to the general public because, for the first time, people could copy existing CDs and also create their own compilations. At that time CDs were the main method of distributing programs and music files.
As the speed of computers and the amount of storage available increased, more and more music files were downloaded. At first this was an illegal activity but it is now legitimate via programes like iTunes. As a result the number of CD and DVD labels sold to the general public has fallen off substantially. Software and computer companies still use CD labels on CDs as a cheap and effective way of distributing back up copies of software, while some choose to use CDs and DVDs as a quick and easy way to create a back up or copy of files of particular importance.
All of our CD Labels and DVD Labels in standard matt white paper can be found at the top of our Media Labels page.
Our CD/DVD label products LPCD116, LPCD117, and LPCD118N can also be ordered as Coloured Labels, Fluorescent Labels, Premium Quality Labels, Semi-Gloss Labels, Gloss Laser Labels, or Gloss Photo Quality Labels.