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I'm so excited, this is my first contribution to the DIY forum elefant.gif

 

So I wanted to make logo stickers for various things, but first as circular seals to my STD envelopes . . . I initially used a glossy sticker paper but the colors would just get thrown off, so opted for full-sheet sticker paper with a matte finish ~ the color turned out much better!

 

Sticker paper was $9.99 for 30 sheets at Staples:

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Making a template on Word, I inserted my logo into each box and was able to fit 20 stickers on each sheet. The sticker is a little over 1 inch. I've attached the format with my logo as a sample in box #1. Haven't ever figured out how to set a table to where the cell size is locked ~ So FYI things will shift if you change the size of the logo, so do a test print on regular paper first ....

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After printing the labels, it's time to punch them out! Just flip your punch over so you can really make sure you're cutting exactly around the margins of your sticker.

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Then you just keep going row by row, cutting away the excess.

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And before you know it, voila, you've got great DIY seals/stickers!!! Super easy and cheap to make cheesy.gif I totally plan on doing different sizes for several DIY wedding items and projects!

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Here's the final product ~ Hope this post can help some of you out!

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Wedding Logo Sticker Template.doc

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Originally Posted by sanddune View Post
they look great! what is that blue thing you're holding? Where can i find it?
That is actually a circle punch, which allows you to easily punch out shapes and sizes ~ and you can purchase one of those at any craft store! It's usually found in the scrapbooking section. I actually bought mine at orientaltrading.com in a set of 3 shapes that costs about $25. Makes life so much easier instead of having to cut things out one by one with scissors cheesy.gif

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They came out great, thanks for the tip. I love your monogram by the way.
Thank you ~ my brother designed my monogram, and then drew it freehand, I love it too cheesy.gif

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