Custom label designs give you complete control over the content and appearance of your labels. Add your own images, include customer information and other data from your orders, and more.
Custom label designs are not associated with a specific label sheet template. When printed the design will be auto-sized to fit in the dimensions of the label being used.
Therefore, any label design can be used with any label sheet template.
A single label can be split into different regions, each accepting one of several content elements, such as a text template or an image. The application provides a variety of pre-defined region grids for you to choose from. This region grid serves as the foundation of your design.
Please contact us if there isn't already a grid that suits your design.
From the Home page, select "Your Label Designs" from the vertical menu on the left side of the page. Then click on "Create a new label design". You will be prompted to select a grid pattern to serve as a foundation for your new label design.
A custom label design can include any combination of the following elements:
Custom label designs do not have to be created for any particular label sheet model. When printed the design will be auto-sized to fit in the label being used. Therefore, you can choose a particular label sheet and orientation to provide dimensions for the preview from the dropdowns above the label preview.
Mock order data for the preview comes from a built-in sample order.
From the main "Print" tab, in the left-hand toolbar, select the "Custom" tab. Then, if necessary, select a specific custom label design from the “Label Design” dropdown.
From the main "Print" tab, in the left hand toolbar, select a specific custom label design from the “Return Address Labels” dropdown.
To include information from your shop's orders on a label, such as the customer's phone number or the order name, see the including order data help topic.
Super Address Labels is an application for Shopify that enables merchants to print addresses and other data from their orders onto label sheet templates made by Avery, Dymo, and other manufacturers, using a laser/inkjet or direct thermal printer.