Booklets
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Business Cards
Calendars
Catalogs
CD/DVD Packaging
Club Card Flyers
Door Hangers
EDDM Postcards
Envelopes
Event Tickets
Greeting Cards
Invitation Cards
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Posters
Pocket Folders
Window Envelopes
 


| Layout Guidelines — Sheet Stickers |

PsPrint has developed several sheet sticker layout guidelines to make it easier for you to create print-ready files in graphic design software programs such as Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe InDesign®.

Layout guidelines are downloadable files that provide information on product dimensions, layout, bleed, safety zone, border requirements and any folding or mailing guidelines. Our sheet sticker layout guidelines are free, and they are so simple to use. You just download the layout guideline that meets your needs, open it in your design program, create your artwork, submit and approve final artwork, and you’re done. It’s that easy.


Sheet Stickers
  Dimensions Description Download PDF Template
1" x 2.625" Rounded corners (60 per sheet) DOWNLOAD
2" x 4" Rounded corners (20 per sheet) DOWNLOAD
2" Circles (40 per sheet)
DOWNLOAD
3.25" x 3.25" Circles (15 per sheet) DOWNLOAD
3" x 5.5" Oval (10 per sheet) DOWNLOAD

All of our sheet stickers are printed on a whole 12-inch by 18-inch kiss cut sheets. Kiss cuts go through the sticker paper, but leave the backing intact for easy peeling and placement. You can upload a different design for each individual sticker, or create an entire sheet with the same design.

No matter the size of your budget and your job, we have a poster quantity option that will meet your needs. With short runs as low as 25 to large orders of 1,000 sheets, we can deliver. Need your sheet stickers right away? With numerous turnaround choices, including one-day printing to an affordable five-day option, you can meet your deadline and budget needs with these flexible selections.

If you are looking for helpful design and printing tips for your next sheet sheet sticker printing project, you can visit our Ideas & Inspiration Center or the PsPrint Blog .