Post # 1
Hello everyone!<br />So, my wedding favors involve small jam (mason) jars. The website I’m looking to order them from already allows me to design one sticker that they place on the lid of the jar. However, I need to make a sticker for the front. I can just see myself buying sticker paper then spending hours fighting with Word and my printer to get the margins right. I don’t even want to go there, I’ve tried projects that require precise printing and they never end well for me.<br /><br />Does anyone know of any other options for how to make my own stickers? Is there like some website out there that I can just pick the size and make a design and they print them for me? Or any other ideas that I have not thought of?<br /><br />Thanks in advance!!
Post # 2
This is what I do when I need to make round labels. I print on labels made by either uline or Avery, because they both offer word templates for all their label sheets.
First I create an image or monogram in Photoshop. Then I save it as a JPEG. I download the template of the label I want to use, and they are just custom tables. So then I select the whole table and merge/paste the JPEG into each cell.
I’ve made a lot of envelope seals and misc stickers this way. It’s pretty simple.
Post # 3
I use Vistaprint for all my fancy printing stuff. We used them for our save the date magnets and wedding invitations, and FFIL uses them for his business cards and other business-related things.
They have a custom sticker section, and it looks like many of the designs are $4.00 for a sheet of 24 stickers. I picked a random design to check this, though, so some may cost more or less depending on what you do.
Post # 4
stickergiant.com had better pricing on custom stickers for what I needed than Vistaprint.