Create Your Own Custom Stickers

How do you write a post about stickers without sounding like you have an insane obsession with them? I honestly don’t know. So I’ll skip to the confession… I really love stickers. I have a huge stash of them in my stationery cupboard, but none of them are as amazing as these custom stickers from stickerapp.co.uk.

 

StickerApp are a Swedish sticker printing company. They have an incredibly easy to use website which allows you to create your own custom stickers. You don’t need to have a degree in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop to get your designs printed, and that makes this whole process so amazing. All you need to do is upload your design and select your sticker material. There are a variety of sticker materials to choose from, which can really transform your designs into something amazing.

I printed two different sticker designs via StickerApp and I’m so pleased with them. In fact you might have spotted my stickers on my  Snail Mail kits which are now available on Etsy.

On every Snail Mail kit you’ll find the transparent SB sticker featuring my Instagram handle (@sandeepbeep.) I think these ones add a nice touch of branding to the kits. On the reverse of the envelopes I’ve added a mirrored Happy sticker to seal each one up. I love the mirrored effect on them.

 

 

I’ll certainly be heading back to StickerApp to order more of these designs and I’m excited to try out more materials from their selection, including the Holographic sticker material! How incredible do they sound!! You can browse through a tonne of inspo on their Instagram account. There are so many pretty designs and creative ideas to inspire you.

Disclaimer: StickerApp kindly offered me the chance to test out their services (of course I jumped at the chance!) As always, all opinions are my own. I’m very happy to share my experience because I genuinely love these guys. Yippee for custom stickers!

 

16 February 2018

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