Quality Explained

WHY ARE YOUR STICKERS $4.25?

THAT SEEMS PRICEY...

Good question! And I've thought long and hard as I've priced these out compared to the market. The short answer is QUALITY.

Q U A L I T Y

I design and hand make everything myself so I can control the quality and make sure these are the best stickers money can buy. I've spend about two years perfecting the ideal combo of sticker paper, ink and laminate through a lot of trial and error and helpful reviews I've received from you all.

P A P E R

Each sticker is printed on high quality vinyl sticker paper. I could choose the cheapest option but I've done quite the opposite in fact and use a quality that's pretty expensive but gives me incredible adhesion, durability, and longevity. These things will stick to just about anything and stay there for years if that's what you want. They're also pretty easily removed and won't damage whatever surface you've decorated.

P R I N T E R

I use a super high quality photo printer that cost nearly a grand in order to reproduce spectacular and accurate colors with incredible ink density for clarity and vibrancy. It uses the gold standard of archival pigment ink which in itself improves durability and water proof ability substantially. The color accuracy is unreal compared to the digital color gamut of the original design. I mean, this thing takes 10 different ink cartridges so I can control even the glossiness of the black that's produced. This ain't your average HP Inkjet.

L A M I N A T E

I also use a high end laminate to seal the deal! Again, I didn't go cheap (I'm looking at you Avery, with your cheap laminate that's thick and blurry). I use a durable adhesive laminating vinyl from a best in class vinyl supplier that's crystal clear, offers a matte or glossy finish, and protects the designs even further by filtering harmful UV rays that could otherwise damage the ink.

Q U A L I T Y   C O N T R O L

If a sticker isn't cut perfectly or isn't up to my ridiculously high standards, it goes on the chopping block and is not sold. That means sometimes I[m not able to sell every sticker that I actually produce. I carefully inspect each sticker with love and thoughtfully select the cream of the crop to sell.

BUT THEY'RE JUST STICKERS???

True. But anything I'm willing to put my name on needs to hold up to a certain quality and I just happen to be a total perfectionist. So when you see that $4.25 price point, just know that there's a ton of work that goes into it to make sure your product is next level and boutique quality. Keep in mind, I almost always run a promotion where if you buy 3 stickers you get 20% off, which averages out to only $3.40 per sticker!