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Custom Printed Retro Tags

Retro tags are printed in the pursuance of the derivative if imitative of the trends of the music, fashion, styles, or attitudes of the past, typically, 15 – 50 years old. These tags are used for the products which are traditionally made in order to replicate the older products but in newer versions. Garments, musical instruments, new trends of older fashions, and changed attitudes toward older attitudes.

Wabs Print offers five different styles and designs of the tags, which are; rectangular, square, circle, Die-Cut, and custom tags. These tags can be printed in any color, shape, and size, depending upon your requirements of the marketing plan and the marketing mix of the product.

A vast variety of available materials can be applied to print the tags. As the retro tags are printed and used with the products, just to give the impression of newer versions of traditional trends. The material used is, specifically, of the previous era type. Cardboard (thick, CMYK basic colored and rough nature), UV coated material, clear/transparent/thick/white Vinyl plastic and PVC plastic are used to print tags. Metal or metal foiled material is also widely used to give the impression of durability and longevity.

Similarly, the images and text are printed in old-fashioned colors which were popular in the past. But to give an impression of the newer versions. A  good combination of old and newer full, brighter, shining, and glowing colors are widely applied. Embossing and stamping are also popular. But in some of the cases where the purpose is to give the impression of the gone days. Gold / Silver foiled material is also applied to print tags where jewelry or some older fashioned products are to be tagged.

The cheapest possible but good-quality tags are shipped to you, free of cost, regardless of the size of the consignment.

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