Die-Cut Stickers Printing

Gloss Sticker Paper

Indoor use: Top-quality gloss sticker paper with crack-and-peel backing and no coating.

Premium Vinyl Sticker Paper

Indoor or outdoor use: Durable vinyl sticker paper with a high-gloss UV coating and crack-and-peel backing.

Clear Polyester Sticker Paper

Indoor or outdoor use: Transparent polyester sticker paper with a high-gloss UV coating and zero split backing. Colors are not printed solid and have a translucent, stained glass look.

NOTE: White in your design will be completely transparent on this stock.


What is a UV coating?

A UV coating is applied to a printed sheet, then bonded and cured with ultraviolet light.

This coating yields a tough, scratch-resistant surface that is extremely durable.

Custom Die-Cut Sticker Printing Services

Our custom printing options really make your die-cut stickers stand out:

Review Our Print-Ready File Checklist

To ensure your artwork will print correctly and to avoid any delay, please follow the general file checklist.

Free File Review

Your order is in good hands with us. After you place your order with PsPrint, our printing experts run your order through our 20-point quality checklist. Some of the items we check for include:
  • Ensuring your artwork is the correct dimension
  • Confirming your copy will not get cut off
  • Verifying your artwork has the correct resolution

Die Cutting

Get your printed piece into shape! Our die-cutting service lets you choose from a variety of shapes, which you can browse at our  Die Gallery, ranging from circles and ovals to Rolodex cards, table tents and door hangers.
For a truly unique look, let us make a one-of-a-kind shape for you. Custom dies start at $100. The price increases based on size and complexity.

Custom Die-Cut Quotes

Email an EPS or PDF with a vector outline of the exact size and shape of the cut that you are looking for to .us.

Die-Cut Printing Guidelines

You will need to upload the following:
  • A print file uploaded to the site and attached to the order, following all of our usual guidelines.
  • A vector file that contains the dieline as a black outline.
  • An FPO file showing the dieline superimposed on top of the print file, uploaded to the account for reference but not attached.
In order to ensure the best quality for your die-cut project, please follow these guidelines:
  • Make sure that your artwork fits the exact size and shape of the die you have selected.
  • Be sure that the file includes a 1/8" bleed outside of the entire cut line.
  • Include a 1/8" safety area within the cut line where there is no text or important images.
  • If you have a border, it must be at least .25" on all sides.
  • Follow the application-specific file preparation instructions in our help center.
  • Failure to follow these instructions will result in your job being delayed.