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Leslie Thurston
(lesler) - F

Locale: right here, right now
myo stickers? on 03/28/2012 09:42:36 MDT Print View

has anyone ever made their own stickers?
what can be shared about this?
cost? time? ease of output?
computer aside, what other tools make this happen?

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: myo stickers? on 03/28/2012 14:55:05 MDT Print View

You have to know what you are trying to stick it onto. Really ordinary stickers can be printed onto address label stock.

I wanted some sew-on labels, like for a baseball cap or a backpack. There is an Avery product called Dark Fabric Transfers #3279. You inkjet print your logo onto these sheets, maybe ten per sheet, and you get flimsy transfers. Then you iron those onto a thin piece of fabric appropriate for being sewn. Most inkjet printing will last for a year or two in sunlight, and then it fades.


Ben 2 World
(ben2world) - MLife

Locale: So Cal
Re: Re: myo stickers? on 03/28/2012 15:28:07 MDT Print View

Decals -- I'm on the look out for nice ones that depict the outdoors -- to patch over loud logos.

Leslie Thurston
(lesler) - F

Locale: right here, right now
stick it good... on 03/28/2012 15:58:56 MDT Print View

eeeks. i KNOW this is simple, but where i don't own a computer,
inkjets don't exist in my world.
maybe someone here would be willing to implement my idea?
it's a kickin' slogan and well...the best is yet to stick.

John Nausieda
(Meander) - MLife

Locale: PNW
Re: stick it good... on 03/28/2012 16:17:24 MDT Print View

If it is a bumpersticker there are plenty of online sites that will do it for you.

Edited by Meander on 03/28/2012 16:18:59 MDT.

Leslie Thurston
(lesler) - F

Locale: right here, right now
sticking it, thanks! on 03/30/2012 10:28:13 MDT Print View

thanks the beta, john and others.
i'll give a holla when it's all squared up!

j lan
(justaddfuel) - F

Locale: MN
Re: myo stickers? on 03/30/2012 11:08:40 MDT Print View

Do these need to be weatherproof?
My friends and I made a ton of stickers in middle school by cutting out logos from magazines, sticking carpet (double sided) tape on the back and then using clear packing tape over the front. Trim the edges and you are done. Hold up fairly well except to water.


Leslie Thurston
(lesler) - F

Locale: right here, right now
weatherproof, yup on 03/31/2012 08:10:58 MDT Print View

yeah, weatherproof stickers for bike frames, nalgenes, street signs, what have you...
think: mass quantity production for cheap