5 Ways to Label Your Candle Products

Posted by on November 10, 2017
5 Ways to Label Your Candle Products


More and more business are looking to adding handmade soy candles to their product line. There are plenty of small businesses that offer amazing candles for your home that are also okay for your health and home environment. Now that you’re here, are you one of those companies or do you simply love to gift homemade candles to loved ones?

Either way, I’m glad you decided to stop by today! I’m showing business owners and creatives 5 different ways to label candles. All of the labels featured in today’s post are also available for free download. They’re modern, clean, and eye-catching without taking away from the candle. With our favorite season upon us, it’s time to give candles the attention they deserve. Let’s dive in! Here are my top 5 ways to label candles to beautifully display in a storefront window, for pictures for your online store, and ultimately to find a place in someone’s home and serve as a piece of home décor.

5 Ways to Label Candle Products

5 ways to label candles.

1. Place a label on the lid.

Using circular labels on candle products.

Apply a label to the lid of your candle. OnlineLabels.com provides plenty of shapes to choose from depending on the shape of your lid.  This is a great option if the container for your candle has a design and you don’t want to cover.

Label used: OL5375 2″ Circles

Download this design by clicking the image below:

Circular Labels for Candles

2. Wrapping a label around the candle.

Ways to Label Candles - Within the Grove

Using a long rectangular label, wrap around the entire candle container. This is great if you want to add branding that can be seen from all sides of the candle or if you simply love this look.

Label used: OL435 Rectangular Labels

Download this design by clicking the image below:

Long Rectangle Candle Labels

3. Placing a smaller label on the front of the candle container.

Labeling products for your business.

For a clean and simple look, apply a smaller rectangular label to the front of the candle. It adds just enough branding without it being overwhelming.

Label used: OL800WX 2.5″ x 1.5″ Rectangles

Download this design by clicking the image below:

Small Rectangle Labels for Candles

4. Using a clear label.

Using clear labels on products.

The color of the candle deserves to be shown for some because it’s part of the branding. Sometimes the color just needs to become part of the home décor just as much as the scent. In this case, use a clear label to add the company branding while still allowing the color to shine through.

Label used: OL800CK 2.5″ x 1.5″ Clear Rectangles

Download this design by clicking the image below:

Clear Rectangle Labels for Candles

5. Attaching a tag.

Using tags to brand products.

Maybe a label isn’t needed at all due to a design on the container or because of preference. In this case, attach a smaller tag using a piece of twine that also matches the branding colors of the company. This is a fun way to still attach the business logo on the product without having to use a label.

Tag used: OL3490 Small Square Printable Tags

Download this design by clicking the image below:Tags for Candle Products

The goal of this blog post is to inspire those that want to kick their candle packaging up a notch. Especially with the holiday season upon us. Use one or mix it up by using them all! It’s time to let your product packaging speak for itself. Happy labeling!

Tip: Make sure to get the exact measurements before purchasing labels. For example, the circumference of your lid, your container for a wrap around label, the height, etc. This will save a lot of time and possible frustration!

Ways to label products.

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