The one time setup fee is all it costs to get started building your own brand. Send your artwork in vector format such as Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. Bitmap files like Microsoft paint or Jpeg files can be dealt with as well but its a bit more work for our graphics crew and takes more back & forth with the approval process. Most of the products use white artwork on a black background but you can use any pantone spot colors, limit the number of colors to two or three. The labels are screen printed with solid inks in one pass so avoid referencing CMYK process colors which are done in 4 passes.
Download the corel draw file to edit it yourself, all labels are combined into the one Corel file. If you need the corel file exported to some other format write and we’ll see what we can do. Alternatively you can markup the pdf and we’ll take care of the rest.
Note: The chart of pantone colors widely available online is a video representation of what the actual label will look like and is generally good enough for color matching of labels. If you want to get technical with selecting colors you can purchase a swatch book of pantone colors, the Pantone U or ‘uncoated’ chart most closely represents our usual matte finish screen printed labels.