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If you’re an artist or designer, you might be searching for new ways to promote your work and earn extra income. A fun way to do it is by printing your own stickers, and Sticker Mule is among the top places to have them printed.

For the past four years, I've been using Sticker Mule to print my own high-quality vinyl stickers. Not only are they printed on thick paper and dye cut, but they’re also priced to sell. 

By subscribing to Sticker Mule, I get weekly deals that allow me to try out new products with extremely low risk. For example, a recent deal let me  get 50 circle stickers for $19 (normally $58) with free shipping. Once I print something I like, I can easily order more at the bulk rate and mark up the price to sell in my shop or to other businesses, depending on the quantity I order. Sticker Mule has been a game changer for me, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to print their own stickers.

Here's how to use Sticker Mule to print your own art stickers:

Step 1: Create your design

Before you can print your stickers, you need to create a design. Make sure your design is at least 300 dpi (dots per inch).  Sticker Mule has a system in place to notify customers if their image is too low resolution for printing. When you upload your design, their system checks the resolution and provides a warning message if it is below their recommended resolution of 300 dpi. 

This ensures that your stickers will come out looking their best and prevents any disappointment or waste of resources.You can use any image editing software, such as Photoshop or Illustrator, to create your design. You can upload the design file, you don’t have to export to JPEG or PNG.

Step 2: Choose your sticker type

Sticker Mule offers a variety of sticker types, including die cut, circle, square, and more. Choose the type of sticker that best fits your design and budget.

Step 3: Upload your design

Once you've chosen your sticker type, upload your design to Sticker Mule. They accept a variety of file types, including PNG, JPEG, PDF, and AI.

Step 4: Choose your options

After uploading your design, you'll be able to choose additional options such as size, quantity, and finish. Sticker Mule offers a variety of finishes, including matte, gloss, and holographic.

Step 5: Review and approve your proof

Before Sticker Mule prints your stickers, they'll send you a proof to review. Make sure everything looks good and approve your proof to move forward with printing.

Step 6: Wait for your stickers to arrive!

After approving your proof, all that's left to do is wait for your stickers to arrive! Sticker Mule offers fast turnaround times and free shipping on all orders.

In conclusion, if you're an artist or designer looking to print your own custom stickers​​, Sticker Mule is an excellent option to consider. With their high-quality printing, low-risk pricing, and wide range of sticker types and finishes, you can easily create and sell your own stickers. Check out their website at and give it a try!

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