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Sticker of Church Logo Embodies The Spirit of Community


In 2005 a journey for 16 people sitting in a living room in northwest San Antonio began.  They wanted to welcome people into a community and church that did not care about denominations.  What they cared about was helping people with a friendly community and to spread the word of the New Testament and discover God’s purposes.

In addition to their sermons, Journey Church also provides various Life Groups for people to partake in socially to help them feel like a more cohesive community.  These groups are usually held in a similar place to where Journey Church started; someone’s living room.

With two simple arches converging into one over the name of Journey Church on their sticker we see simplicity and partnership.  StickerGiant is proud to help Journey Church reach out with these beautiful simple stickers and let you know you’re not alone on your journey.

Ready to start a new journey of your own?  Contact StickerGiant to create your own stickers and journey down the road to building your own cohesive community.

"Do What You Love, and Help Along The Way.…” —STICKER Story Julie Silva, Waves For Water

Waves4Water Sticker Story

This week StickerGiant features a noteworthy non-profit organization making waves to improve the global water filtration deficit. Waves for Water works with world leaders to provide clean water to communities around the world who frequently lack the resources needed to maintain clean water sources.

Waves for Water was started by pro surfer John Rose following an unexpected run-in with an earthquake off the coast of Bali during surf trip. Rose happened to be en route delivering 10 water filters to Bali, and after finding himself in the midst of a dyer water crisis, he ultimately began distributing the equipment to rescue workers and communities in his immediate area.

John’s interest in philanthropic pursuits were influenced much earlier.  His father Jack Rose, who started non-profit “Rain Catcher” has dedicated himself to teaching villages in Africa how to filter rainwater for drinking. So when John spotted the need for more global water resources, it's no surprise that he turned to his father for collaboration.

Probably the most interesting tidbit we learned from the interview was that Waves for Water uses stickers in 21 countries to label 5 gallon buckets to provide water treatment solutions.  The stickers create consistent brand awareness for

Q&A with Julie

What do people really dig about your product/services?:

Waves For Water was developed with one mission in mind: Get clean water to every single person who needs it. We provide clean water solutions worldwide through ongoing PROJECTS and our volunteer program, CLEAN WATER COURIERS.

Who are the awesome people behind the curtain at your company/project and what do they do?:

Jon Rose, Founder
Jack Rose
Christian Troy

Why/How do you use stickers as a marketing or outreach tactic?: 

We provide filters that are used in combination with 5 gallon buckets to create a clean water drinking system that can support hundreds of people. We use our stickers on the buckets and these buckets are throughout 21 countries now.

What advice would you give to a company thinking about using stickers as a marketing tactic to wow their fans. What has worked for you, what hasn’t, etc?: 

The stickers we use help us establish our brand and are now recognizable to many.

List some ways that fans can support your brand to encourage growth apart from buying your product or service?:

Sharing the word, visiting our website (, understanding that 1 in 6 people in this world still don't have access to clean drinking water, or becoming a Clean Water Courier when you travel.

We believe that everyone can "Do What You Love, and Help Along The Way"

Can you leave links to your social media outlets so that our community can get social with you?:


WordCamp Phoenix


This month StickerGiant is proud to be sponsoring yet another WordCamp Phoenix and we are once again honored to be celebrating the creative community that surrounds WordPress. The weekend celebration includes a variety of workshops, presentations, parties and other growth-oriented events for Wordpress junkies.

Held January 17-19 from Chandler, Arizona WordCamp Phoenix provides high-quality training around the fastest growing and most widely used web content management system — WordPress. WordPress is not only a key technology tool, it also attracts a vibrant business community that enjoys the platforms under-friendly nature. Even if you can't make it to the event in Arizona, it's worth visiting the regular Wordcamp wiki to see if a camp is happening near you.

The three-day weekend event will provide a space for the Arizona community members to gather in sunny Downtown Chandler. Plus…you can't beat the sunny January weather. Attendees will help to showcase the diversity of the local community whilst learning from each other. This event is great for anyone who uses or creates for WordPress; small business owners, bloggers, designers, developers or anyone else who has an interest in WordPress.

WordCamp Phoenix and other WordCamp events are hosted as a non-profit collaboration. They are led by a diverse group of volunteers, many of them local influencers. This conference brings together technology professionals, enthusiasts, vendors and customers to connect with each other and learn about WordPress. This event is made possible with the support and expertise of the local Phoenix WordPress community, national sponsors, and amazing speakers who lend their time and talents and a large pool of volunteers and their generous support.

But don't let distance keep you from experiencing the vibrant tech savvy community that makes WordCamps like Phoenix such a success. Be sure to check out their organizer profiles in order to connect with influencers from afar at the handles listed below:


Questions & Support

We hope our blog contains all the information you need to consider participating at WordCamp Phoenix, but if you have any questions about any aspect of this WordCamp event, you may email the organizers directly at Alternatively, you can Tweet them at @PHXWordCamp on Twitter.

Wordcamp Chicago Custom Sticker Sheet

Wordcamp Chicago Custom Sticker Sheet montage

Custom sticker sheets spread your message like nothing else. One printed piece carries a multitude of individual stickers.

How many stickers can you fit onto one sheet?

The sticker sheet we printed for WordCamp Chicago is a super cool example, with four separate die-cut images that include the WordPress logo and three Chicago event-specific designs.

While WordCamp Chicago 2013 has come and gone, there's always another event in the works.

Upcoming WordCamps include:

  •     WordCamp Albuquerque : September 13-15

  •     WordCamp Buffalo : September 14

  •     WordCamp Tokyo : September 14

  •     WordCamp Baltimore : September 21

  •     WordCamp Salt Lake City : September 21

WordCamps have been held around the globe.  Which brings us to our trivia question ...

Q: What location is NOT scheduled to host a WordCamp event in the closing months of 2013?

  • Las Vegas, Nevada

  • London, England

  • Orlando, Florida

  • Wroclaw, Poland

  • Anchorage, Alaska

  • Toronto, Canada

  • Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Denver, Colorado









A: Anchorage

And here's a bonus question:

What's your favorite song that mentions the Windy City and why?

New York and Detroit may be on the same street, but Chicago was Frank Sinatra's kind of town. And to bring it back on topic, WordCamp Detroit is coming up on October 26th ...

Happy Belated Birthday, OpenStack!

Open Stack 3rd Birthday Sticker

If you want to know what's hot in the software world these days, you've got to look to the crowd and the cloud.  OpenStack is a hugely successful open source cloud operating system, originally created by Rackspace and the The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), back in 2010.

The goal?

To enable any organization regardless of size to create and offer cloud computing services running on standardized hardware.

The OpenStack Foundation followed in 2012 and the efforts took off. In a mere three years, the worldwide OpenStack community has grown to include more than 10,500 people in over 120 countries. That's stratospheric! We recently printed these awesome custom stickers to commemorate OpenStack's third birthday.

This video from Rackspace provides a great introduction to the platform ...

Ready to immerse yourself in the world of open source cloud computing? Hop over to your favorite travel site and book a flight! The OpenStack Summit will be held from November 5-8 in Hong Kong, at the Asia World-Expo.

The Examiner Hops To It!'s Die Cut Bunny Rabbit Sticker

Looking for an outlet to share your great content with the world? Check out is a content destination powered by over 100,000+ independent contributors. Every week our contributors post thousands of informative and entertaining articles designed to feed your curiosity on the subjects that you crave.

Examiner first hopped out of the bunny hutch back in 2008. They've experienced phenomenal growth over the past five years and rank as one of the Top 100 websites, with more than 37 million visitors per month (according to ComScore). Their achievement has been enabled by a huge flock of content providers. The die-cut bunny rabbit sticker that we recently printed for the folks at pays tribute to that growth ... they've grown by leaps and bounds!

Which brings us to today's trivia question, it being Tuesday and all ...

The Examiner is owned by the Anschutz Corporation.

Q. Which of these sports franchises isn't owned by Anschutz?

  • The LA Kings (NHL)

  • The LA Galaxy (MLS)

  • The LA Lakers (NBA)

  • The Houston Dynamo (MLS)

  • Real Madrid (La Liga)








A. Real Madrid is supported-owned by a group of over 60,000 socios.