We all know that stickers play a major role the traditional company branding tactics and are one of the most prominent and easiest ways to spread the word about your brand, band or business. Any business owner knows that brand recognition is one of the key ingredients in the ladder to building the presence of your company. The low cost and widespread effects make die cut stickers an affordable budget item that you can add to your bag of marketing tricks.
We offer a huge variety of vinyl sticker options including screen printed, contour cut, traditional crack and peels, and custom die cut stickers. Whether you are looking for 1 or 1,000,000 we got you covered so you can have your city covered….Just kidding “vandalism is not cool kids”
If you want to get sticky, give the page a scroll down to get a quote and we can get your project rolling. Curious about where stickers came from? Check this post out about the history of sticker marketing.
We have made the ordering process fast and simple. Think about what type of material you are looking for. The most common is to print on vinyl. You have no color limitations since we print digital. Fill out the quote form to get started. We will get back to you with a quote within 24 hours. For outdoor use please make sure to specify you want a laminate. This will help to keep the sticker protected for long term outdoor use. If you have any questions, feel free to call or email us and we will get you on the right track!
Die cut stickers are one of the most common sticker types, and also one of the most high quality.
Unlike traditional stickers that are printed onto sheets or rolls that are already cut out, a die cut sticker is cut out using a cutting machine that can make just about any design. Think of a printer with a small and very sharp blade. The blade moves around and rotates as it cuts while the vinyl sticker material is fed through the machine.
Vinyl is basically a large sheet of sticker, it has a backing (the stuff you peel off the back of the sticker to stick) that is weaker than a normal backing. The blade is set to only cut through the actual vinyl, and not the backing.
Once cutting is done, it’s time to weed the sticker. This is the process of removing all the extra material that isn’t a part of the final sticker. This is the tough part and requires a super steady hand and special tools!
Now that the sticker is all weeded out, we take a clear adhesive sheet, and very carefully unroll it perfectly even on top over the entire sheet.
The final step is to cut the individual stickers apart on the sheet. We typically use the same cutter for this process as well.
It’s a lot of work making stickers, but it’s a labor of passion, to help others bring their ideas to life!