Monthly Archives: August 2021

  1. A Guide to Creating and Using Custom Lenticular Stickers

    Lenticular stickers are becoming quite popular in advertising. However, lenticular printing has been around for a very long time. You must have seen a few lenticular prints while growing up.

    This form of printing creates some mesmerizing effects when we view them. Some of these effects include infinity, flip, zoom, 3D depth, and illusions of motion. You can use custom lenticular stickers to make your products and marketing campaigns stand out.

    Types of Printing Effects on Lenticular Stickers

    As we mentioned above, you can create different types of printing effects with custom lenticular stickers. In this section, we will discuss some of these effects and how you can apply them.

    3D effect

    This effect is one of the most popular that you can create using lenticular printing. It creates a new perspective on regular designs. The 3D effect could create an illusion of distance or depth among the objects used in the image.

    3D effects could

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  2. How to Create Custom Vinyl Stickers

    Custom vinyl stickers are among the most versatile promotion items ever. Why? It is simple, they will stick and look great on almost every surface. What this means is that they can carry any message and will meet the needs of almost every customer.

    There are several ways to get custom vinyl decals. You can either order online from stores like Zigpac or create yours. In this post, we will show you how to create die-cut stickers and where to place them. Let’s dive straight in.

    Creating Custom Vinyl Stickers

    Making these stickers is pretty easy as long as you have the right tools and you know the process. In this section, we will explain the process of creating these stickers in steps.

    Part one – Create your design

    The first step to making your stickers is to come up with a design. We suggest that you check out pictures of vinyl stickers online to draw inspiration. A good way to start is to have a theme in mind so that you can channel your sea

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  3. How to make Custom Nail Stickers + Application Tips

    Custom nail art stickers are fast becoming a popular manicure trend especially since we are more social media-inclined these days. Besides the glam that they exude, these stickers are also a very safe style of manicure. There are diverse designs to choose from if you don’t want to create original designs.

    You can either purchase custom nail stickers from physical stores or online stores like Zigpac. Alternatively, you can make your stickers and apply them from the comfort of your home. Making these stickers isn’t as difficult as you may consider it to be. Read on to find out how to make and apply your custom nail decals.

    How to Create Custom Nail Stickers

    Have you been thinking of getting on the “custom nail polish strips” trend but you can’t seem to get it right? The stickers are probably too pricey at the manicure store and you haven’t figured out how to create yours. No need to worry, we will show you what to do in this section.

    Here’s what you need

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  4. How to Create Custom Scratch and Sniff Stickers

    Scratch and sniff stickers are not as popular as they used to be. However, many people still use them for several purposes including marketing and promotion campaigns. Most of your older family members should remember playing with these stickers as kids.

    Ever wondered how custom scented stickers worked or how they even came about? Would you like to make yours? We will tell you a bit about this technology and how to create scented stickers.

    A Brief History of the “Scratch and Sniff” Technology

    How did scratch and sniff come about? This technology is the result of trying to make copies before the arrival of printers, copiers, and word processors. Then, you had to place carbon paper between two sheets of paper to create copies.

    A scientist, Gale Matson, in the 1960s devised a means to create ink copies without using carbon paper. He called the process “microencapsulation.” This pr

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