1. Order supplier samples
If this is your first venture into producing stickers, or you’re trying out a new finish, it’s worth ordering some sample packs from a few suppliers so that you’re familiar with the quality of their print, how the material feels, and the finishes they have available. This also allows you to really asses what you’re going to get for your money and which is the best deal for your needs. Some great suppliers are:
Sticker Market reached out to me to offer me some free stickers to try their services, and I’m pleased to say that I was really happy with the finished product! They offer a range of finishes and cuts, as well as other brand materials to support your business. Above you can see the design I worked on with them and how good the print quality and finish is!
I really love Sticker Mule. The quality of their stickers are fantastic and they have a great range of finishes. If you subscribe to their emails, you’ll get notified every time they launch a new deal, which are usually really great value. You can also get a discount by using my referral here.
The guys at StickerApp do great quality stickers with many different finishes and cuts/shapes for a good price.