Metallic Paper Labels

Custom Metallic Paper labels practically radiate your brand’s superiority. This unique, eye-catching label material option presents as a traditional foil and is best suited for indoor applications. Metallic Paper labels succeed and stand out on consumer goods products that do not come in contact with oil, water, or moisture. Metallic Paper is a popular material choice for vitamins and supplements, specialty foods, premium candles and so much more. 

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Why Choose Frontier for Your Metallic Paper Labels?

Choose Metallic Paper Labels for Affordable Sophistication

Metallic Paper is an effective way to create sophisticated product labels on a budget. There’s almost no limit to the look you can achieve with this material. Simply add semi-transparent inks over this paper material to make the colors in your label metalized! Choose from our extensive selection of shapes and sizes, create your own and choose a glossy or matte finish for a fully customized look.

Maximize your design with spot white to make text and graphics stand out. With broad experience creating labels for a wide array of industries and uses, we know the printing techniques needed to make your metallic labels look their best. 

Have questions about Metallic Paper labels? Give us a call at 877.277.4682. We’re happy to help!

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