Metallic Bottleneck Hang Tags

Promote Your Product in Style With Metallic Bottleneck Hang Tag Printing

Call your customer’s attention and close the sale with metallic bottleneck hang tags. Each piece fits easily on wine and water bottles alike. This premium point-of-purchase tool can also promote a special discount or as wedding favor tags around the giveaway.

A Stylish Metallic Shine

Create custom hang tags with a metallic accent. Adding this elegant element on your company name or logo conveys a high-end experience of your product. Metallic printing can be applied to one or both sides.

Coat the front and/or back sides in abrasion resistant high gloss UV. Its extra shine makes bright and bold colors pop. The high reflectivity adds to the luxurious appearance of your design.

All die-cut bottle neckers are printed on durable 16 pt. cardstock, in the standard 2.125" x 5” size. They also come scored for you to easily and neatly fold and place around each bottle.

Have any more questions about our metallic bottleneck hang tag printing? Feel free to call and get in touch with our print experts for more information.

Metallic Printing File Requirements

Keep in mind the following file requirements as you create a design using the downloadable formats below:

  1. The font size should be a minimum of 7 or 8 points. Avoid printing small text or fine lines in metallic.
  2. Border and stroke must be more than 1.5 points.
  3. Images and artwork should be at least 300 DPI.
  4. All files should be in CMYK color mode.

How to Prepare Your Design for Metallic Printing

  1. Apply metallic printing on lighter colors. The effect won’t be as apparent in darker colors.
  2. Create two layers to distinguish the elements printed in ink from the elements with metallic printing. Both files should have the same size.
    1. The regular CMYK layer shows which elements are printed in ink. Apply 15% K on the area that will be printed in metallic color.
    2. The metallic printing layer only shows the elements that will appear as metallic. The element(s) that will be printed in metallic colors should have the same location as seen on the CMYK layer. Apply 100% K on the metallic area and white on the areas with no metallic printing.
    3. The images below show the difference between the two layers:

  3. Alignment is crucial to the file preparation process. The CMYK and metallic printing layers should both have the same size. Common elements must be in the same position on both layers.
  4. Check for a white "halo" around the knockout area or where two colors overlap on the layer. To prevent this effect on the CMYK layer, grow or stroke the metallic area in mask by 1 point. This allows the metallic silver to blend with the CMYK area, which reduces the appearance of a halo. Alternatively, you can add more color to the knockout area to reduce the halo effect.

Metallic Bottleneck Hang Tag Templates

Our layout templates will show you how to format your artwork. This ensures your bottleneck hang tags print correctly. Follow the steps below to prepare your product for metallic printing:

  1. Create two layers on your file.
  2. The first layer shows the design in regular CMYK color.
  3. The second layer shows which areas will be printed in metallic. Color all portions for metallic printing in 100% K. All other sections that will be printed in regular CMYK should be colored white.

View Metallic Bottleneck Hang Tags Layout Templates

Need help with our layout templates?
Please refer to our guided layout instructions.
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