How To: Turn a Logo Into a Sticker
Stickers are a fun way to get the word out about your business.

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Stickers are pretty easy to make and can be an important part of your company’s branding efforts.

Here are seven easy steps to turn your logo into a sticker — all you need is the file, a printer and sticker paper.

Before starting any design or project, it’s a good idea to sketch out a plan.

Decide on the version of the logo you want, what colors you will use, what type of finish you are looking for, etc. Also, purchase the sticker paper at any office supply store.

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Open the logo you have saved on your computer in the image editor of your choice.

TIP: If you want to use clear sticker paper and have a transparent background, you will need a PNG file rather than a JPEG.

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To be sure you have at least 300 DPI resolution, click on File and Properties. In the window that pops up, select the Details tab and look for the resolution.

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Open a Word Document, select the Page Layout tab, click Margins and select Narrow.

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Select the Insert tab and click on Picture. Insert your logo file, size it to the proportions you would like to print and place as many on the page that will fit.

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Click on the Windows symbol in the upper left-hand corner and select Print. Click on Properties and make sure you are set to print a photo in color and on high-quality paper.

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It is important to either use a professional paper cutter or a ruler to get a straight cut. A crooked cut will look amateur.

Now that you have your logo stickers, you can chose to print them yourself or use a well-known printing service. Distribute them to as many people as you can —  customers, friends, family and employees.

The more stickers you can distribute, the more likely they will be recognized by potential clients.

Edited in Microsoft Word 2009

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Kristi Maddox is a master of graphic design, on-site design and ordering, and is the go-to for template and design tool usage.
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  1. what version of Word did you use for this?

    • also, do you have to use word?

      • Kenny Austin
        Kevin Austin (

        Ruby, in this article, we used MS Word 2009.

        For your second question, no, you do not have to use MS Word. There are a number of design programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator that are highly recommended for any graphic design projects. However, if you do not have those programs either, many of the online sticker printers offer online design tools and templates that are easy to use. Check out our list of the best sticker printer templates here:

  2. I really like the design in the stickers

  3. I want to buy a printer and don’t know what to buy.
    My purpose is mainly for sticker and photo printing?
    Any recommendation?

    • Kristi Maddox (

      Hi Jiao! We recommend buying an Epson Workforce WF-100 Inkjet Printer if you plan on doing a lot of sticker and photo printing. Hope this helps!