The label is made for the bottle size please look at it and let me know if you have any questions.
Label printing Company specs:
>Software Supported (Mac and PC versions)
Adobe Photoshop - versions up to and including CS6
Adobe Illustrator - versions up to and including CS6
Our strongly preferred format is an Adobe Illustrator EPS file with all fonts converted to outlines, as this is the format we print directly from on our digital presses.
If you"re creating multiple designs, please send each design (or version) individually in its own file to optimize the pre-press process and avoid manipulation errors.
Full Bleeds and Layout requirements
A full bleed is when the color “bleeds” off the label. If your label design or background color is intended to cover the entire surface of the label, please note that we need a 1/16" (0.0625") bleed around each edge of the label. For example, if you have a 2” x 1” label where the color bleeds off the edges, you should size your design to 2.125" x 1.125" as this ensures a 1/16” bleed around the entire label. Click here for a detailed example of bleeds.
It"s also wise to leave at least 1/16" (0.0625") of clear space (i.e. no significant design elements or text) inside the die-line to allow for slight shifts during die-cutting.
Using an all-digital label printer, image mode and resolution are extremely important to ensure correct color and clarity. All raster (image-based) files need to have a resolution of 300 d.p.i. at actual size. Our presses handle CMYK mode only - all RGB images will be converted, which can cause extreme shifts in color. If in doubt, please take advantage of our free press proof offer, which allows you to see how the finished labels will look before going into production.