How do I find out what the square inches are of my decal? What does that even mean?
To determine what the square inches of your decal is simply take the width and multiply it by the height, that’s it.
EXAMPLE: if you want a decal that is 6” wide by 3” tall the overall square inches of a decal that size would be 18 (6”x3”=18”). This example would classify as a large decal.
Your custom printed decals can be any shape or size when ordering online as long as the overall square inches does not exceed 36”. Should you need a decal bigger that that please “Request a Quote” from us.
For customers who need a decal designed:
No problem! One of our designers can work with you to create your very own custom sticker or decal. We charge a nominal fee of $30 in order to create your very own custom design. Please be sure you select the option during checkout stating “Yes, I need a design created.” The $30 fee covers 1 hour off layout services with one of our talented graphic designers. We can certainly design as much, and as long as you would like but you will be billed $20 per additional hour needed for design completion.
For the designers out there:
You are more than welcome to submit your own file as we prefer that method. You have a design and you want that design printed and cut out with no back and forth and we understand. Simply Please ensure to select the option during checkout that states “No thanks, I upload a file.”
How do I layout the file and what format do you all except?
We accept and editable .pdf, .eps, or .ai file. We ask that your artwork have a layer built in to the file named “CutPath” with a red or pink stroke/outline that represent the shape or contour you want your art cut out to.
Our decals are latex printed on a 3 year premium calendared vinyl. After we will load the material on one of our digital vinyl plotters that will then kiss cut the material cutting through the vinyl in the desired shape you wish. From there the decals as packages and shipped to you. Piece of cake!
Ships in 4-5 Business days after final proof approval.