Embossing Can Work Great for Wine & Spirits Labels

POSTED 10/28/2015
Beginners Guide for Customized Labels by EHG
Although competition for shelf space and consumer attention can be fierce, there are ways that companies can use wine & spirits labels to help their products stand out. One option to consider is embossing. Taking advantage of embossing during the custom label printing process is a great way to give a special touch to bottles. Read More »

2 Printing Tips for Food Product Cut & Stack Labels

POSTED 10/22/2015
Grocery Labels - EHG (Female Shopping)
When printed properly, cut & stack labels can provide a great way to label food products that’s both effective and affordable. As with any type of label printing, there are best practices that can help ensure the best possible results when the labels are printed. With cut & stack labels specifically, there are two tips we want to cover. By taking advantage of these tips, you can be fully confident in the quality of your cut & stack labels. Read More »

What’s the Secret to Amazing Craft Beer Labels?

POSTED 10/16/2015
Craft Beer Bottle for Labels - EHG
The best craft beer labels are those that successfully capture the passion that brewers have for the beer they’re making. If you love what you do as a craft brewer, then you are already on the right track. But just as it still takes a lot of hard work to brew amazing craft beer, great labels aren’t something that happen by accident. Instead, you need to take a strategic approach to convey exactly what you want consumers to know about your beer. Read More »

How to Put the Finishing Touches on a Food Product Label

POSTED 10/08/2015
Food Labels by EHG (Lady Shopping for Sunscreen)
If an Omaha company is bringing a new salad dressing to the market or is updating the look of one of their existing sauces, they probably have ideas about what they want the food product label to say and the colors it should include. While those elements are a good starting point, there are several additional decisions that need to be made in order for the label to turn out great. Read More »