How to supply Digital stickers

Jamie Ashworth
by Jamie Ashworth 3 years ago

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Supplying Digital Stickers

Take a look at our general guidelines for Supplying Digital artwork.

These are designed as sheets containing a grid of stickers. The area is yours to use, so you may place a different variation in each shape, or make them all identical.

Digital Stickers are delivered as A4 sticker sheets and the number of stickers per sheet depends on your chosen style.

We print the stickers on SRA3 sheets and then cut them in half prior to despatch.

The prices and quantities we display are for sheets of stickers. So if you choose a quantity of 20 for 37 mm Circles, then you will be ordering 700 stickers, as 20 × (A4 sheets having 35 stickers each).


View and compare all the options in the Digital Stickers product group:

Product code Product name Printed


Digital Sticker Sheets: Circles 37mm 35 per A4 sheet
FFKC45 Digital Sticker Sheets: Circles 45mm 24 per A4 sheet
FFKS2525 Digital Sticker Sheets: Squares 25x25mm 70 per A4 sheet


Digital Sticker Sheets: Squares 37x37mm

35 per A4 sheet


Digital Sticker Sheets: Rectangles 20x40mm 48 per A4 sheet


Digital Sticker Sheets: Rectangles 30x50mm 30 per A4 sheet
FFKC64 Digital Sticker Sheets: Circles 64mm 12 per A4 sheet
FFKLC10 Digital Sticker Sheets: Circles 76mm 6 per A4 sheet
FFKS5151 Digital Sticker Sheets: Squares 51x51mm 15 per A4 sheet
FFKS8080 Digital Sticker Sheets: Squares 80x80mm 6 per A4 sheet
FFKSR10 Digital Sticker Sheets: Rectangles 45x80mm 12 per A4 sheet
FFKLR10 Digital Sticker Sheets: Rectangles 68x96mm 8 per A4 sheet

Rules specific to Digital Stickers:

  • Do not remove anything from (nor move anything on) the Finishing layer.

  • Ensure backgrounds bleed at least 1.5 mm outside the shaped cutting edges.

    We have provided (invisible!) boxes on the Background layer, which you should use to contain your sticker backgrounds. If you have a uniform background, then it might be easier for you to use the larger box that encloses all shapes (also on the Background layer).


Examples of poor design:

  • Backgrounds that end exactly on the cutting edge: any slight misregistration will cause a white edge to be visible (tolerance for movement is ± 2.0 mm).
  • Essential items are too close to the edge: misregistration will cause these items to appear misaligned, or even crop them (tolerance for movement is ± 2.0 mm).
  • Designed margins and borders: misregistration will cause these items to appear misaligned (tolerance for movement is ± 2.0 mm).

Examples of good design:

  • Text is clear of the Quiet Zone;
  • Backgrounds are adequately bled. 

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