Blocks everything underneath so you can reuse your shipping containers.
With a pop-up edge, peeling and applying labels just got easier!
What our customers are saying
No smudging or fading
"Worked like a charm. Needed them for a different reason but needed to use out doors and so far three rain storms later and still no smudging or fading."- Oliver R
Prints well, sticks well
"Great product! Prints well, sticks well, the whole package! I couldn't be happier. Thank you!"- Guifeng Q.
This is a great option
" If you're re-using boxes with shipping stickers that are difficult to peel off, this is a great option. You simply place one of these stickers over the hard-to-remove shipping stickers and suddenly they disappear into a sea of brown."- Jamie Y.
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Your Shipping Resource Center
Discover tons of other ways to make mailing and shipping hassle-free with Avery.
Choosing the Right Shipping Labels
Guarantee that your shipping labels are effective, secure and make a solid first impression by making sure that you have the right label for the job.
How to Ship a Package
Make sure your packages make it to their destinations safely and on time by choosing the right materials, packing intelligently and picking the best shipping class for the job.
How to Protect Your Shipments to Ensure Delivery
Find out how to merge multiple names and addresses onto your design.
Where to Buy Postage & Shipping Labels Online
Although you can go to the post office to send occasional packages, using an online postage service can make your life much easier.
What is Mail Merge
In simple terms, mail merge basically takes care of the work of copying and pasting your data for you.
How to Mail Merge in Design & Print Online
Mail merge is a versatile tool that can make your workflow and your life much easier. It might seem daunting at first but it's actually very simple once you become familiar with the process.
Best Practices for International Shipping
Shipping a package internationally can really put a package through its paces both physically and logistically. International packages have to endure longer transit times, resulting in more wear and tear, but the forms and information included are also held to closer scrutiny.