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Customizing your Naked Binders and Folders is easy with printable full bleed labels. We even have a How to Label Your Binder Page if you need some ideas.

Unfortunately, our Naked Binder labels are no longer available.

If you plan to customize your binder with a custom printed label, we recommend looking into Avery and the large variety of labels they offer. We are sure you'll find just the right label for your binder in their portfolio.

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All of our labels are 100% recyclable and can be printed in ink-jet or laser printers. They are print to edge, full bleed labels meaning you have no enforced borders or limits on what you can put on them.

Our labels will stick to the:

  • Bare board
  • Spine cloth
  • Paper wraps

We offer 3 sizes of labels for your convenience, but if you prefer to use your own labels you may need to test them on your binder to see if the label will adhere to the binder's spine cloth. Most labels will have no problem adhering directly to bare board or paper wrapped binders.

Sizing Your Labels

1'' Spine Label

  • 12 labels per sheet
  • 1.25'' x 3.75''

2'' Spine Label

  • 8 labels per sheet
  • 2'' x 3.75''

Half Sheet Label

  • 2 labels per sheet
  • 4.5'' x 7.375''

How to Apply Your Labels:

  1. After you print your label, peel it from your sheet
  2. Apply your label to it's designated spot (using a ruler may help you determine the best spot)
  3. Not to worry if your label is crooked - gently peel one of the corners and reposition
  4. Gently smooth the label with your hands making sure all edges are pressed into the binder
  5. Done! The longer your label is left on, the better it will adhere to your binder and the less likely it is to peel
APPLYING AROUND THE SPINE:
  1. Keep your binder closed while you apply a label that wraps around the spine
  2. Apply your label on one side of the hinge and smooth gently with your hand
  3. Press the label into the hinge of the binder
  4. Apply the rest of your label on the other side of the hinge and smooth gently with your hand
  5. Done! The longer your label is left on, the better it will adhere to your binder and the less likely it is to peel
  6. NOTE: "Puckering" of the label on the hinge may occur after using the binder. If this happens, simply close the binder and smooth the label back into the hinge.

Results vary depending on the person applying the label. We recommend finding the Genius of Label Application and delegating the task to them.


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