L65 Plain Recycled Labels (38x21mm) 65 per A4 sheet
SIZE: A4 Sheet
LABEL DIMENSIONS: 38x21mm
RECYCLED CONTENT: Paper 100% recycled
BACKING PAPER: Siliconized white kraft paper
LABEL COLOUR: White only
ORIGIN: UK / EU
PACK QUANTITY: 1 A4 sheet (65 labels)
Recycled Self Adhesive A4 Label sheets. Rectangular with rounded corners, plain unprinted, L65 comes on an easy peel backing sheet with 65 labels to a sheet.
Label made from 100% recycled paper with a water based acrylic adhesive suitable for use in Inkjet and laser printers and photocopiers, plus screen print, letterpress, rubber stamping or just to write on. The label paper is recyclable and compostable. The backing paper is a siliconized white Kraft paper. It is possible to recycled siliconized paper but as this is not readily available outside of the print and paper trade we feel that it cannot really be considered truly recyclable. However with regard to the paper component of the backing sheets - as silicone is considered to be safe for food use and is generally considered inert it might well be more suitable for composting instead.
A good size label for use on the back of greetings cards, packaging or pillow boxes.
This product is made from material that can be recycled. Please recycle this product.
This product is made from recycled paper. (Guaranteed minimum of 75% recycled content, most colours are 100% - see specification)
This is a print grade material, suitable for most print mediums/home and office printers, rubber-stamps, screen printing and letterpress etc.
Made in Britain for eco-craft by selected suppliers.
Made without the use of any animal products or animal testing. Free from any animal based pigments or adhesives including gelatine.
The word template doesn't show the outline of the labels because this would then print a grey line when sent to the printer.
Depending on the artwork and the printer used, initial registration using our templates in Word or Open office may require a slight tweak or two to ensure the best alignment. This can be done in a number of ways, but we normally reccomend doing this ...