(Closed) Fool proof way to make your own stickers?

posted 4 years ago in Favors
Post # 2
302 posts
Helper bee

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
481 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I use Vistaprint for all my fancy printing stuff. We used them for our save the date magnets and wedding invitations, and Future Father-In-Law 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
4 posts

stickergiant.com had better pricing on custom stickers for what I needed than Vistaprint. 

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