Paper Belly Bands

Paper strip for wrapping products or collateral.
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Overview Materials Printing Sustainability
Wrap paper belly bands around products or collateral to add customization or keep your unboxing tidy. Paper bands can be closed with built-in adhesive, a sticker, or a locking die cut.

Material options

All materials

Kraft Paper

Durable paper, made from wood pulp. Available in various natural and bleached weights.

Text Paper

Standard weight papers, available in a wide variety of colors and finishes.

Cover Paper

Durable, heavier weight papers, available in a wide variety of colors and finishes.


HDPE fibers flashspun into a lightweight but strong material. Water resistant and rip proof.

Solid Bleached Sulphate (SBS)

Uncoated matte white on both sides.

Solid Unbleached Sulphate (SUS)

Also known as clay coated kraft back (CCKB), semi-gloss white front with uncoated kraft back.

Uncoated Unbleached Kraft (UUK)

Uncoated kraft on both sides.

Clay-Coated News Back (CCNB)

Recycled paperboard with a semi-gloss white clay coating on the top.


Also known as paperboard, chipboard is a thick, paper-based material.

Printing options

All processes


Ideal for fine detail, gradients, and bright colors. This process can be used to print on a variety flexible surfaces like paper, plastic, and metal.


Ideal for creating a luxurious debossed effect that provides a warm tactile feeling to cards and collateral.

Foil Stamping

Uses a heated element to transfer foil onto paper. Ideal for printing metallic or opaque colors with a slight deboss.


Ideal for low volumes and frequently changing designs. Use digital for full color printing on various materials like corrugated, paper, and plastic films.

Sustainability properties

All properties

Alternative inks

Uses vegetable or soy oil as a base, rather than petroleum.

Certified wood

Contains paper pulp that came from responsibly-managed forests.


Does not contain any petroleum-based plastics.

Recycled content

Contains a significant proportion of recycled material.


Made from materials that can regenerate on a human time scale and be responsibly managed.

Local fabrication

Wide geographic coverage of factories reduces freight emissions and costs of transit.


Breaks down into elements found in nature when exposed to light, air, and moisture.


Breaks down into natural components that become part of healthy soil.

Curbside recyclable

Can be recycled by at least 50% of the US population through curbside programs.