Advice for printing stickers
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I want to make some stickers as a hobby but the problem is that I’m not sure what’s the best way to print/make them. I draw my designs on Medibang which probably isn’t the best software but it’s free and I don’t mind it.
I don’t really like using Redbubble since I can’t see how the product looks unless I or someone else buys them. I would use a Cricut or a similar alternative if it wasn’t so expensive and required a printer (something that I don’t own/nor really need that often). I’ve tried devices in the past where you put your design on paper through the machine and it would become a sticker but the machine would often get stuck or be a hassle to replace the special sticker paper.
Does anyone have any advice on how to make stickers without it being a huge hassle or being extremely costly? If I wanted to make this a business then it might be worth the hassle/cost, but I’m not sure if it’s worth it for a hobby that I’ll do every once in a while.
Hello. The main purpose of such stickers is to protect devices or packaging from counterfeiting and opening. Unlike a true 3D hologram, they don’t require a lot of prepress investment. I have some good holographic labels suppliers. I can share this information with you. I have been buying from them for a long time and I really like the quality
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