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Gloss Stickers & labels

For the best quality, price and customisation, choose gloss stickers and labels from Discount Sticker Printing. They’re ideal for ANY use with some of the UK’s lowest prices! Choose from a vinyl or paper material based on your preferred application.

  1. Gloss Vinyl stickers can be made to any size or shape for truly custom stickers, they are also fully weather, water and UV resistant
  2. Gloss paper stickers are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes and prove to be very cost effective
  3. Rich colours and crisp detail as standard thanks to 1440dpi high definition printing
  4. Free next day delivery and FREE artwork design on products over £50

With a bright glossy finish and high definition printing, your gloss labels and stickers will really stand out with vivid detail and quality whilst having all of the attributes to make them ideal for any indoor or outdoor use. You can even choose your own shape and size! Plus, whilst the permanent adhesive holds strong, they can be removed residue-free if required. 

Get an instant quote for vinyl or paper labels now using the calculator above, and then select your artwork option to proceed with your order.

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  • Product Information

    Buy cheap gloss stickers & labels online which are ideal for ANY purpose! Here’s how we do it:

    Firstly, with tough vinyl material and eco-friendly solvent inks, your glossy stickers are naturally completely waterproof, weatherproof, UV resistant and tough, making them suitable for indoor or outdoor use in even the harshest weather.

    Secondly, with such a vast range of customisation options, including being able to order ANY shape or size, you can create your gloss stickers so they’re literally perfect for your precise needs. No matter what size or surface, you can order custom gloss labels which do the trick!

    Quality is another area we really value, which is why we only use 1440dpi high definition printing as standard. This, along with the eco-friendly solvent inks, makes your artwork really come to life with crisp detail and stunning colour. Plus, when combined with a high shine glossy finish, it creates gloss stickers which are made to impress.

    Now this might sound expensive, but here at Discount Sticker Printing, we actually take great pride in having some of the UK’s lowest prices whilst still offering great quality and service which ticks every box. Once you enter in your options, you will be given an instant quote to order gloss stickers online, so give it a try and see our prices for yourself!

    To order printed gloss stickers, get your instant quote now by entering in your options using the calculator above!

  • Additional info

    Addtional info

    The gloss sticker is used in a wide variety of ways, from adding extra sheen to labelling to covering an entire car in a vibrant eye-catching graphic design.  It's easy to see why this  glossy sticker is so popular – the finish will lift intricate designs and give stickers a real visual punch. Plus it's durable. People opt for gloss when they want a sticker that can deal with the rigours of the elements – plastic gloss stickers can last up to five years outside without fading or peeling.  However, it's worth remembering gloss is not recommended if you need to write on the label.

    History
    Widespread use of gloss finish in sticker production emerged in 1960 when the Italian newspaper moguls Benito and Giuseppe Panini in Milan set up the hugely successful Panini sticker company.  The company became famous for its football sticker collections and by 1970 it was the first sticker company to produce stickers for the football World Cup. 

    The company went on to be hugley successful on the back of its gloss sticker production and Panini recently produced stickers for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.  In the past 10 years the technology has been adapted to great success in the vehicle industry, as gloss finish vinyl has been used to wrap cars among other vehicles.

    KPMF kicked things off with a full UK taxi wrap in 1993, everything from planes to trains as well as fleets of cars are now wrapped in glossy vinyl. As the technology developed, options for gloss, matte, printable and even colour-changing vinyl wrap films became available.

    How is a gloss sticker made?
    Plastic gloss stickers are made from a combination of polypropylene film, flexible clear or white calendered polymeric or monomeric vinyl, or a cast vinyl and either permanent or easily removable adhesive. Polymeric and monomeric vinyl offers either short- or long-term application. Monomeric film is more often than not a 1-3 year class and the Polymeric 4-6 year grade.

    Polymerics are softer and are chiefly used for a gloss coating, although semitransparent and matte finishes are obtainable. Most films are created through the process of chill-roll. In this procedure the melt coming out of the level film die can be placed onto either a chrome plated, highly polished or matt finish chill-roll. A plasticiser is put in the liquid vinyl resin to bring forth the gloss effect, this is normally Resoflex R-296.

    Calendered vinyl is created by propulsion of a heated mixture through calendering rollers.  This is double-quick and, as a consequence, a cheaper method of production.  Calendered vinyl is more liable to suffer from shrinkage due to the manufacturing process. Cast vinyl is used when a more complex and stable application is needed. Liquid resin is glazed onto a highly polished substrate to produce an extremely thin film of vinyl.

  • Artwork Guide
    • Essentials / F.A.Q

      Please see our recommend artwork guidelines below, if you are unsure about the artwork you are supplying and would like us to check and fix any issues please continue ensuring you tick the ‘check artwork and send PDF proof’ option on the upload page before proceeding

      Please note: We only accept print ready artwork on the "upload your file" option, if you need any changes to artwork please select the "we design your artwork" option.

      File Type – We accept PDF, AI, EPS or JPEG files

      Colour – Convert all colours into CMYK format, with no tints lower than 5%

      Fonts – Make sure all fonts are converted to outlines or flattened

      Bleed & Safe Area – We require a 3mm bleed and a 3mm inner safe area, WITHOUT crop marks

      Image Resolution – Artwork must be at a resolution of 300dpi or higher

      To download our checklist please click here.

    • File Types

      Preferred file types are high resolution flattened PDF or EPS files. If you are designing artwork in a vector program such as illustrator please ensure all fonts are converted to outlines or attach all fonts with your order.

      High resolution AI, PSD or JPEG files are also accepted.

      For a more in-depth guide about file types click here.

    • Colour

      All files supplied must be based in the CMYK colour mode, with no tints lower than 5%.

      For a more in-depth guide about colour click here.

    • Font

      To avoid any issues, make the fonts part of your original document through embedding, flattening or converting them to curves in the chosen design program.

      For a more in-depth guide about font click here.

    • Bleed & Safe Area

      All artwork supplied to us for print must have at least 3mm bleed and 3mm inner safe area on all trimmed edges. Please do NOT add crop marks.

      For a more in-depth guide about bleed click here.

    • Resolution

      Images need to have a minimum resolution of 300dpi. If artwork is generated at a lower resolution, then the quality of the final printed job will be affected.

      For a more in-depth guide about resolution click here.

    • Clear Labels with Opaque & White Elements

      The toners we use to print on clear materials are slightly transparent, this means that for the parts that you require to be opaque or to add full colour images we have to create a white base layer on the artwork behind the colour or image, this is achieved by creating a separate layer on your artwork named “white” and anywhere our press finds this colour it will print white toner (beneath the CMYK artwork, beneath images or on it's own).

      We can set up your artwork in our design studio, please describe which areas you require to be white or opaque in the notes box on the upload artwork page.

      Please be aware that if additional set up is required by our design studio this may delay turnaround time.

      For an in-depth guide of how to setup labels with white elements please click here.

    • Labels with Metallic Elements

      The way we create metallic colours is by using a silver substrate and applying a thin layer of CMYK toner to create the metallic colour required, when ordering please describe the colour required (or give the metallic swatch code from our color logic sheet which is included in all sample packs and can be ordered here FREE of charge) in the notes box at the upload artwork stage.

      The parts that you do not require metallic we have to create a white base layer on the artwork, this is achieved by creating a separate layer on your artwork, named “white” and anywhere our press finds this colour it will print white toner beneath the CMYK artwork.

      Any white parts on your design that are not named “white” will be printed in a silver metallic.

      We can set up your white base for you here in our design studio, please describe which areas you do not require metallic in the notes box on the upload artwork page.

      Please be aware that if additional set up is required by our design studio this may delay turnaround time.

      For an in-depth guide of how to setup labels with metallic elements please click here.

    • Material & Finish Options

      Think about the appearance you are trying to achieve for your label, some materials may darken or lighten the appearance of your artwork once printed.

      The different finishes may also affect the way your labels appear, Matt effects will make the colours look a little dull or faded and a gloss finish might make them appear brighter.

      For more in-depth information about all of the materials and finishing options we offer click here.

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