Resealable labels are crucial for items that need to be opened and closed repeatedly while maintaining freshness.

It’s important to have a label that will pull up easily, but that will also adhere well enough to the packaging to act as a lid. There’s a critical balance between making the product easily accessible and making it durable. In this blog, learn how your design impacts those two contrasting elements, and how you can also design it with ease.

Diamond Wipes Label by Great Lakes Label

Learn About Resealable Labels Before The Design Process

Chat with us about what you’re thinking of using stock-wise, technique-wise, and shape-wise. Save time by understanding the texture, sizing, and adhesive options before the creative process beings. This allows you to make smart decisions on the size of your pull tab, or the placement of graphics.

Take a look at other resealable labels. What do you like and dislike about them? How are your competitors designing their resealable labels and how can you do better?

Pomagranate Label by Great Lakes Label

Create an Effective Pull Tab

Accessibility is important.

By creating a big enough pull tab, you ensure your customers will be able to access the product every time. A good example of pull tabs that are too small is the traditional covers on salad dressings. When you first buy the dressing and take off the lid to remove the seal, how easy is it to get ahold of those tabs? Luckily the tab across the top of the seal is becoming more and more popular, and it makes for a good lesson in design.

end surface cleaner wipe with resealable label to keep it freshimage showing the label peeled

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