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MOO photo stickers are extremely versatile, and the perfect accompaniment for photographers to include in client packages. Printed on high quality vinyl with a glossy varnish, you’ll be amazed at how beautifully your images “pop”!

- Use Printfinity to make a different image in every single pack. This works particularly well for StickerBooks – with perforated edges, you can tear out a sheet at a time and hand to prospective new clients along with your MOO Card – a little take home taster of your work.

- Print StickerBooks, Round Stickers and Rectangular Stickers with your best work to create a sticky pocket portfolio – then include in client packages as a gift. They can use your stickers however they like – but whether they’re used for sealing envelopes, or decorating laptops or phone holders, people are sure to ask whose work it is. How’s that for free word-of-mouth marketing?

- Use photo stickers to seal your packaging, or place on the back of every hard copy photo you sell. Use Rectangular Stickers (like these by Kevin Meredith) and include your contact details – like a Sticky Business Card that displays your work.

- Not a professional photographer? Print up some StickerBooks using fun snaps of friends and family – they make a great little non-seasonal gift (and they can use them to seal their own personal packaging with a cheeky personal twist!)

Written on:
18 Jun 2013
Stickers, Marketing
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Create your own Photo Stickers

  • Upload your images These can be photos or full artwork. Alternatively import images from Flickr, Facebook or Etsy.
  • Add text or change your sticker/label design Add text to your stickers or labels by changing the pack layout.
  • Make your stickers or labels! In no time at all have amazing stickers and labels to use and share!
  • Start making now

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