Can I split my order of 50 stickers  into two different stickers, 25 each?

No, the minimum order is 50. Orders cannot be split and each order is for 1 image only. Each sticker must be ordered separately.

How can I get some samples?

You can purchase them for $1 here

Are your stickers scratch resistant?

Yes , they are laminated to protect against fading, scratches and glare.

Do you ship outside of the US?

Not at the moment.

Can I make changes after approving artwork?

Unfortunately, no. You can make any changes before approving, but once approved it goes to production right away.

Do I need to show where the cut line goes?

You don’t have to if you want to simply name the layer “Cut Line.” If you don’t have one we will provide you one during the approval process so you’ll know exactly where the cut will be made.

My artwork is blurry, very low resolution/quality and I don’t have the original art. Can you still use it?

No problem. Send us what you have and we’ll do our magic to make it look good. During the proofing process you can see what it will look like after the enhancements.

In what format should I send the artwork?

We accept any format. Vector artwork is ideal but if you don’t have it don’t worry.

What if I need a simple sticker made but don’t have artwork?

No problem, just draw on a piece of paper a simple pencil sketch of what you need and send us a picture. We will put it in computer format and send you a digital proof.

What is the difference between CMYK and RGB and why is this important for me?

Images that are displayed on screens mix red, green and blue (RGB) light to reproduce colors. Images that are printed mix cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) ink. Because LIGHT can be very intense, it can mix very bright colors that cannot be matched in CMYK. The number of colors in the CMYK spectrum is smaller than the RGB spectrum. But rest assured that with CMYK there are enough colors to reproduce your logo.