Free Artwork Setup
If you have several small stickers or labels that you would like us to print combined on one sticker sheet, try your best to lay them out the way you like, send us the individual elements and we will use your instructions to create a mock up of your layout for you.
Sticker Sheet Artwork Guidelines
For the designers reading this we have some basic dieline guidelines. It's 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.
Free Die-Line Setup
One of the hardest things to do is to create the die line so that it works for your artwork but also works for the printing and cutting process. Our pre-press and art departments work together to make your project work within our manufacturing capabilities.
Free Laser Die Cuts
Nope we don't charge for dies or dielines. Our laser die-cutting has eliminated physical dies and die charges. If you want a silkscreen printed sticker sheet, we still must make an old school die out of wood and steel to cut your stickers. We charge for silkscreen dies that we make.
Lower Cost Per Sticker
If you have several individual small stickers you could save money by combining them on a sheet saving individual job setup charges and overall cost per sticker or label.
Sticker & Label Sheet Options and Information
If you are developing a new product that has a set of decals, labels or stickers, you may consider a "Label Set" that has all the stickers for a single product on it. Short run and prototyping products in this way can save money and time. Using sticker sheets also keeps label and sticker inventories organized if they come in sets.