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I'd Rather Be Golfing License Plate Frame

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Creating a custom sticker design has never been easier with our online tool. Whether you want to upload an image, add personalized text, incorporate artwork from our extensive clipart library, or even generate a QR code, our tool has you covered. You can start from scratch or choose from hundreds of templates available on our site.

Let's take a closer look at the features of our tool using one of our fundraising templates as an example. Suppose your high school football team just won the state championships, and you want to create a sticker to celebrate their victory.

Upon examining the template design, you may want to make some modifications. For instance, instead of the helmet shown in the template, you prefer to display the school logo. While you can't remove individual background elements, you can change the color of the helmet to match the background, effectively hiding it.

Next, you can upload your school logo from the "Upload" tab. Once uploaded, you can resize it and position it as desired. You can also add text elements or clipart, such as footballs, to enhance the design. The tool allows you to customize the color, size, and orientation of each element to fit your vision perfectly.

After making all the desired changes, you can add the sticker to your cart and proceed to checkout. We hope this overview of our online design tool gives you the confidence to unleash your creativity and create stunning custom stickers for any occasion.

In this informative video, we'll explore five essential features of the sticker design tool, offering valuable tips and tricks to streamline your design process and enhance efficiency. Whether you're a seasoned designer or just starting out, these insights will help you maximize the potential of the design tool and create stunning stickers with ease.

Firstly, we'll delve into product details. Before diving into the design tool, you'll select your preferred size, material, and quantity. However, if you need to make changes mid-design, simply proceed to the next step, where you can update any product details before finalizing your sticker.

Next, we'll discuss custom text. Most templates include placeholders for custom text, which you can easily edit by clicking on them or selecting them from the layers panel. To ensure your sticker matches your design intent, remove any unwanted custom text placeholders effortlessly using the remove layer button.

For oval and circle designs, curved text can add a polished touch. Learn how to curve text along the edge of your sticker by selecting the text layer, opening the Advanced Options, and choosing a top or bottom curve from the text art drop-down. Adjust the size of the text and art to seamlessly integrate with your design.

One standout feature is variable data. Discover how to personalize stickers with individual names or details by changing the text type to a comma-separated list and entering each item. Watch as the quantity automatically updates to reflect the number of items in the list, simplifying the customization process.

Finally, we'll explore using images as backgrounds. Elevate your sticker design by incorporating personal photos or professional images. Learn how to add and resize images, ensuring they enhance your design without covering other elements.

By mastering these tips and tricks, designing captivating stickers online becomes a breeze. We hope these insights empower you to unleash your creativity and craft exceptional stickers that leave a lasting impression.

About The I'd Rather Be Golfing License Plate Frame

Let other drivers know you feel about your favorite sport with the I'd Rather Be Golfing License Plate Frame. It’s easy to personalize this frame to include a specific location, athlete, or team using our online design tool. You can even change the text colors and fonts. Custom frames make great gifts, are easy to install, and are made from durable, sturdy plastic that will not rust.

The frame fits most 6” x 12” standard auto license plates. Custom lettering is made with vinyl decals. We recommend checking your local laws to ensure that the style of the I'd Rather Be Golfing License Plate Frame is legal in your state. Some states have special laws that may limit what parts of the plate can be covered or obscured by a license plate frame.

I'd Rather Be Golfing License Plate Frame

Frequently Asked Questions

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Best Practices For Uploading A Graphic

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Uploading an existing image or design to create a custom sticker is easy! However, there are some common issues with uploaded files that can hold up the production process. Below are a list of best practices for uploaded files that can help you avoid delays in receiving your order.

Embed Images/Files

When you place an image or file into your illustrator document, make sure the file is embedded. With the placed file selected, you can see whether the image is Linked or Embedded in the top left corner of the document.

Outline Fonts

After you’ve designed your sticker in Illustrator or other design software, make sure that your fonts are outlined. When artwork is submitted without outlined text, we may not have the fonts needed to print your design as you created it.

White Stickers

If you are ordering a sticker where the only color in the design is white, you can choose from a white transfer sticker or a clear vinyl sticker with the design printed in white. Transfer stickers have the design cut out of a piece of white vinyl and then have the background elements removed. Clear vinyl stickers have the design printed in an opaque, white ink and can either be die cut around the shape of your design or cut to a standard shape, such as a circle, square, or oval.

**In some cases, where a transfer sticker is too small to cut, we may recommend changing to a sticker printed on clear vinyl.

Cut Paths On Sticker Sheets

While ordering a sticker sheet, cut paths are signified by a 1 pt. stroke around your artwork. The stroke must be a spot color with the name “CutContour." For detailed instructions on how to add cut paths to your artwork in Adobe Illustrator, please view this short tutorial video.

If you would like a sticker sheet, but don’t want to worry about setting up your own cut paths, simply select the “I need cut paths” option.

Submitting Transfer Sticker Artwork As A Black Image

We often receive white artwork on a black background from customers who want to purchase a white transfer sticker. Please submit your artwork as a black image on a white background. Once you upload your file you will be able to select the color of your sticker.

Transfer Sticker File Types
Preferred Files Not Preferred Files Do Not Submit
.EPS .JPG MS Office Files
.AI .JPEG  
.PDF .PSD  
.TIF .PNG  
.CDR    

You can check your file type by looking at the extension at the end of your file name. Example: transfer_sticker_file.eps

Printed Sticker File Types
Preferred Files Not Preferred Files Do Not Submit
.EPS .TIF MS Office Files
.AI .CDR  
.PDF .JPG  
  .JPEG  
  .PNG  
  .PSD  
Question:

Raster art vs. Vector art

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One way designers get around being stuck with one size is to design in vector art programs (typically Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw). Vector art programs use paths and shapes instead of pixels (Raster images) to determine shape and color. These shapes and paths can be enlarged and are not dependent to a pixel size, so their quality remains intact when sized. Typically people use vector programs to create logos and text, but are popular amongst designers because of their friendliness towards scalability. Visit our vectorization to find out about getting YOUR artwork vectorized.