Labeling Your Binder



Labeling your 3-Ring Binder is easy. 

Naked Binder offers labels and templates that can make it easier to organize your office or your life. All you need to do is figure out how much information or artwork you want to have on your label and print them out!

We offer four of the best label sizes, so you don't have to run down to a store everytime you buy a binder. The adhesives on these labels have been tested and work well with the Naked Binders, either on the cloth, paper or raw board.  When you order these 'print at home' label sheets you can also download a template to help you easily set up your artwork. 

All of our labels are repositional when you are first putting them on allowing you to peel it back up if you make a mistake. There is a delicate balance between useability and toxicity that our labels straddle and that mean sometimes you may get some unsticking corners. Most of the time, this is solved by just smoothing the corner back down.

If you need something that will absolutely never ever budge, you may want to consider a more aggresive spray adhesive or something more 'industrial' (just be sure to use them in a well ventilated space).


Step 1: 

labels fro recycled 3-ring binders - Naked Binder

 

Add your artwork to the template.  All of the labels on our site offer print to edge capabilities, meaning you can have full color artwork on each label.

These labels print equally well on ink jet printers or lasers.

After you print them, peel off a label and... 

Adhere it to your binder.

 

 

 

 


 







 



STEP 2: 

Some helpful hints:

For ink jet printers- clean the heads before you print. That way you get the best quality possible.

Going around from the spine to the front of the binder?  Keep the binder closed while you adhere the label. Adhere the label from one side to the hinge of the binder. Then press the label into the hinge before adhereing the rest of the label to the front of the binder. You may have some 'cupping' at the hinge after you use the binder a few times.  If this happens, close the binder and smooth the label back into the hinge.

All of our labels are repositional when you are first putting them on allowing you to peel it back up if you make a mistake.  We tested our labels to make sure they stick well to our binders, but there may be some inconsistancies in the labels which means sometimes you may get some unsticking corners.  There is a delicate balance between useability and toxicity that our labels straddle.  If you need something that will absolutely never ever budge, you may want to consider a more aggressive spray adhesive or something more 'industrial' (just be sure to use them in a well ventilated space).


Need more ideas? Check out our gallery of custom binders.

 

Label Templates

SPINE LABELS

1" and 1.5" ring binder

1.25" x 3.75" label. 12 labels per sheet.   

PDF Template Here    Word Template Here

2" and 2.5" binders

2" x 3.75" label. 8 labels per sheet.  

PDF Template Here    Word Template Here

LARGER LABELS

Half Sheet

4.5" x 7.375" labels  2 labels per sheet.

PDF Template Here   World Template Here

4" x 6" labels

 2 labels per sheet

PDF Template Here     Word Template Here