Our customizable egg carton labels let you create beautiful, custom cartons for your eggs.
We’ve sold eggs from our backyard hens for many years now, and we’ve tried lots of methods for customizing cartons over the years. These beautiful carton designs are the result of the things we’ve learned while branding our own backyard eggs.
We’ve tried stamps, which are difficult and time-consuming to apply to the inconsistent surface of an egg carton. We’ve tried standard labels, which have often peeled off before our eggs are even in the cooler. That’s why we’ve finally settled on these labels with aggressive adhesive, that stay put even on an egg carton! Best, they’re fast and easy to apply.
These carton labels are designed for 12-egg/full dozen cartons, sized at 8.5in by 2.5 in. We have this label design for half-dozen cartons too.
Please select the quantity of sheets you’d like from the “Label Type” dropdown. The first sheet includes your custom design, so they get much cheaper in greater quantities. If you’d like more than 60 labels, just ask! We are happy to send you pricing for larger quantities, or to create a custom listing for you with pre-labeled cartons if you’d prefer that your cartons are shipped ready-to-fill. We stock egg cartons in bulk and are happy to assist. Just send us a convo for any custom requests.
As with digital orders, we’ll send you a proof for your printed order within 48 hours, and ship your labels out within one business day of your order being approved.
When ordering please specify:
* Your farm or business name “Dirkse Family Farm” in the photo
* Sub-text – “Loveland, Colorado” in the photo. This can be your city+state, your address, or other text such as “Est. 1982”
* Any changes to the Free Range/Organic stamp that you’d like – we love it with the text Back Yard/Organic too, if your hens live in a coop, and we are happy to swap out Organic with whatever you’d like if you use conventional feed. Please note that the nature of the design means that the text should be relatively short as in the example.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!