I started selling stickers of my artwork in late 2022.
Today I want to share a quick post about where I get my stickers printed to sell in my Etsy Shop and my online store.
There are many different options when printing your stickers. You can choose from a wide variety of companies to work with or you can print your own stickers.
Why Every Artist Should Sell Stickers
I get my vinyl stickers printed through Sticker Mule.
After many hours of research and requesting samples from several companies, Sticker Mule stuck out to me as the best. They offer free shipping, their ordering process is simple, fast, and easy, plus their quality is awesome.
Another pro of Sticker Mule is you can order samples of your stickers before buying large quantities. I always order samples of a new design to make sure I like how it’s printed before I commit to buying a large amount for inventory.
Sticker Mule stickers are waterproof, fade-proof, and scratch-proof, plus you can place them basically anywhere. I’ve placed many orders with them and will continue to do so!
I decided to outsource my sticker printing because I didn’t want to have to do the work. Currently, I print greeting cards and art prints in my studio, but I will gladly outsource sticker printing to save time and money with materials.
Want money off of your first order? Click here for a $10 credit with Sticker Mule!
Currently, the stickers I have printed are of my wood burning art, watercolor paintings, photography work, and digital art! It’s so cool to see mini versions of your work plus stickers are fun because they make great accessories for journals, phone cases, cars, etc.
Check out my current vinyl stickers for sale here! I am constantly adding new designs in my shop when I can.
Super cool – I have some acrylic paintings I want to make into stickers and I’ve been doing some research online on best printing services and sticker mule keeps popping up. Now I’m going to give them a try. Thank you and super thanks for the $10 credit!
Glad this helped! You won’t be disappointed. I’d love to see how your stickers turn out!