Artwork Guidelines for Custom Printed Stickers and Labels StickerGiant

StickerGiant

The Custom Sticker Experts

Easy Artwork Guidelines

We are flexible! The StickerGiant Art Team will take care of your artwork and if we need to we'll set it up, usually for free, sometimes for a nominal fee if there's design work involved.

Don't have high resolution art work or even a file to share? Fill out this form to inquire about our expanded art service features if you need some extra help. Just send us what you've got and we'll make it work! 

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Supported Formats:

  • Adobe Illustrator (.ai) 
  • Bitmap (.bmp)
  • Compressed Files (.zip, .rar, .sit)
  • Encapsulated PostScript (.eps)
  • Graphics Interchange Format (.gif)
  • Joint Photographic Experts Group (.jpg, .jpeg)
  • Photoshop Document (.psd, .pdd)
  • Portable Document Format (.pdf)
  • Portable Networks Graphic (.png)
  • Tagged Image File Format (.tiff, .tif)
  • Word Document (.doc, docx)

 

Vector artwork or high resolution raster artwork will produce the best results for your stickers! If you don't have artwork in those formats, send us what you have and we'll determine if we can make it work. If we're able to make it work, we'll take your artwork and fix it up to make the best stickers in the world! Artwork specifications are not as important as a great idea!

Sticker Sheet Artwork Guidelines For the designers reading this we have some basic dieline guidelines. Its best if the die has no hard corners, slightly radius the edges. Two opposite sides of the sticker sheet need apx. 0.375" safety zone. The other 2 opposite sides 0.5" safety zone. Each sticker needs .125" bleed and inset margins and each sticker has to be .0625" away from each other.

Learn more about Raster versus Vector Art

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