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When it comes to personalizing stickers, the possibilities are endless. Got a cute picture of your dog taking a nap? Turn it into a sticker. Looking for something unique to add to your kids’ craft supply kits? Stickers! Starting a new business? Print your company’s logo as a sticker and slap it on your water bottle, laptop, iPhone case, snowboard or car bumper, and help get your brand out into the world (and in a fun way)!
These days, it’s super easy to turn your favorite photos or your company’s logos into a sheet of stickers. And now, Sticker Mule is running a great deal that lets you order 10 custom die-cut vinyl stickers for only $1.
This is a huge savings: Normally, the stickers are $20. And the stickers will ship for free! You don’t even need a promotion or coupon code for the discount.
Curious how creating your own stickers works? It’s a pretty seamless process. You can go to Sticker Mule and sign up for an account. Once your account has been verified, upload an image — like an illustration, photo or company logo. You’ll choose a size — for this particular sticker deal it’s 3 inches by 3 inches. Then, you’ll get a proof to review. You can request changes should you notice anything is off. After that, your custom stickers are printed and shipped to you within four days for free.
A bonus: The thick, durable vinyl on these die-cut stickers is weather- and scratch-resistant. They easily stand up to the elements, so don’t worry if you use them to decorate your Nalgene water bottle, which gets caught in a rainstorm with you while you’re out hiking. Hip2Save customers who have purchased them say the stickers are dishwasher-safe and extremely sturdy.
Got an image in mind that you want to turn into a sticker? Hurry up and get on this deal now because it may not be one that — well, sticks around — for long!
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