Stickers are a great way to spread your message or brand. You can print your stickers with a mix of fonts, images and designs that appeal to your target audience. However, the key to successful sticker printing is making sure that your design is well thought out and has been designed to be readable. It will also help if you use a high quality paper that can withstand the rigours of a printing process.
There are several different types of printers available on the market. The right printer for your needs depends on the size and quantity of stickers you need, as well as the type of material you want your stickers to be made out of. All-in-one and desktop printers are suitable for small quantities and personal use, while professional printing companies are best for mass production and business/branding purposes.
Other factors to consider when choosing a printer include print quality and cut options. You’ll need to decide what shape and finish you would like your stickers to have (glossy or matte) as well as whether you need them to be die cut or kiss cut. Die cut stickers are cut to be exact in shape, while kiss cut have a paper backing and the sticker layer is separated with a slit in the middle.
Before you order your stickers, it’s recommended that you print one sheet first as a test run to assess the visual quality. If you’re satisfied with the results, you can then proceed to order a full batch from your chosen print on demand service.