- Things You Should Know
- File Prep
Weatherproof custom shape stickers at Clubcard Vancouver are printed on a flexographic printing press on your choice of several weatherproof stocks cut to virtually any shape you desire with optional lamination.
Custom shape weatherproof stickers are printed in one, two or three Pantone spot colour inks and hold up to any environment with optional lamination to provide additional longevity and weather protection.
From packaging labels to decals for hard hats, to numbered window parking permits, we have a sticker solution to meet any application. We print multiple versions of sticker art on the same order and offer extremely durable options, just ask us for a custom quote.
What Type of Surfaces?
Our stickers adhere to non-porous, non-textured, smooth surfaces, such as painted surfaces, metal, smooth sanded or finished wood, lacquered surfaces, glass, painted fiberglass, plastic, other vinyl, and leather. Surfaces like vinyl and leather that have been treated with Armor All or any other oily type substance must be thoroughly cleaned before application.
These Stickers Are Weatherproof
Weatherproof labels are weather and sun resistant up to 1-1/2 years.
No Bleed (standard): leave a 1/8" margin on your stickers from the trimline
Bleeds (extra cost): add a 1/8" bleed to your artwork past the trimline
Live Area: even if you require a bleed on your stickers, please keep all critical text and critical artwork 1/8" inside the trimline
Colours: supply your files in Pantone colour only (RGB colours will be rejected)
Resolution: 300 dpi minimum (400 dpi preferred)
Fonts: fonts must converted to curves/outlines (we do not accept fonts).
Transparencies: flatten all transparencies
Types of files we accept: MAC & PC files from Photoshop (PSD), Illustrator (EPS or AI), CorelDraw (CDR or EPS), Adobe Acrobat PDF, TIFF or JPEG. 1 colour or greyscale stickers can be supplied as a rasterized file (PSD, TIFF or JPEG), indicating Pantone colour in order notes, however 2 and 3 colour stickers can only be printed from a vector-based file.