Creating the Best Pressure Sensitive Craft Beer Labels

POSTED 06/24/2014
Craft Beer Bottle for Labels - EHG
Here at Epsen Hillmer Graphics, The Midwest’s premier custom label printing company, we’re centrally located in Omaha to serve our clients across the US with fantastic beverage labels for their products. Because we’re smack-dab in the middle of the country, we’re always paying attention to what’s happening around us. One important trend (and let’s be honest, it’s way more than a trend) that we’ve noticed is the surge of new craft breweries popping up everywhere, even in our own backyard! Read More »

What’s the Corner Radius for Pressure Sensitive Labels?

POSTED 06/19/2014
Beginners Guide for Customized Labels by EHG
When you’re looking to create custom pressure sensitive labels for your products, there are a few simple terms you should be aware of from the get-go, things like varnishes, laminations, and different label materials such as paper and film. Once you have a good idea of what these things are, though, there are more specific terms to learn to make sure you come out with the best-looking custom label printing job. Our custom label printing company in Omaha, Epsen Hillmer Graphics, is not only in the business of creating exciting custom labels for your products—we also want you to know as much as you can about the process of designing labels so the process goes smoothly for you from start to finish. Read More »

EHG’s Beginner’s Guide to Cut & Stack Labels

POSTED 06/10/2014
Beginners Guide for Customized Labels by EHG
If you’re new to the world of custom label printing, you’ve probably had a bunch of terms thrown at you that you don’t really know what to do with: pressure sensitive labels, in-mold labels, flexographic printing, and many more! The mother of them all, though, are cut & stack labels. You may be wondering exactly what cut and stack labels are—everyone talks about them, and they’re a huge part of the custom label printing world, but very few actually take the time to explain what they are and how they might be a good fit for your business. Read More »

Our Label Experts Reveal a Trend in Cut & Stack Labels

POSTED 06/05/2014
Grocery Labels - EHG (Female Shopping)
When you’re creating custom cut & stack labels for your products, it may be hard to know where to start. With so many options in design elements, including color, varnishes, materials, and more, it’s easy to overlook the most basic decision of all—do you want your label to be made from paper or film materials? For a long time, the most common and popular choice was paper; easy to print on, versatile, and relatively inexpensive, paper definitely made sense. However, it’s not without its limitations. For instance, paper labels are very vulnerable to moisture, so they’re not your best bet for labels that have to stand up to high humidity or wet conditions (like a beer bottle in an ice chest or a sports drink bottle in a gas station cooler). Read More »