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We aren’t just about small stickers, We also produce wide format signs and stickers. And just like our smaller stickers, they all come with the same great quality, fast service, low prices and next-day delivery which is free for orders over £50. To order, start by choosing from the options below:
Static cling stickers use no adhesive. Instead, they use the power of static to create a firm grip on windows.
Wide format stickers
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
For an in-depth guide of how to setup labels with metallic elements please click here.
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.