How To Print Stickers In Adobe Illustrator

How To Print Stickers In Adobe Illustrator

Learn how to print stickers in Adobe Illustrator with todays tutorial by satori graphics, based totally around designing stickers and laying them out for print in Illustrator.

It’s Tom with Satori Graphics back with another graphic design Illustrator tutorial; today how to print stickers using Adobe Illustrator. This video is not around the creative process of a sticker design, more the technical aspect of setting up a document to print stickers in Adobe Illustrator. If you guys want to see a sticker design tutorial, and the creative process of one, let me know in the comment section of todays tutorial.

As I say in the video, many printing agencies will set up the document for you, but today I show you how to print and make stickers in Adobe Illustrator for yourself. I go through the layout, and how to set up the document, to choosing the right file format and saving the print layout in Illustrator.

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