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How to print the free printable stickers

Stickers and Charts.com has 1000s of free printable stickers in may themes and styles.  Use them to reward students, encourage your own children, for classroom or household chores, in scrapbooks, or just collect them.

After you have selected the stickers you like and you have clicked through to the sticker screen, you'll see the stickers on a page that looks like the image to the right.

You then need to load your label paper into the printer.  Once you have you paper in the printer, click the print button.  The stickers should print automatically and will format to the standard paper size you use.  That is generally Letter or A4.

If you have several printers installed on your computer, you may get a print window pop-up.  You'll just need to select the printer you'd like to use and then hit print.

What kind of label paper should I use?

You need to find 'non-cut' or 'no-cut'

label paper

.  You should be able to find it at any

office supply store or home center

.  Basically, any place that sells

stationary

generally has a

printer paper

section.

Can I get pre-cut label paper to match the sticker layouts?

The stickers weren't designed to fit any particular layout, so no.  I live in teach in Japan and we use international paper size A4.  If I had designed the stickers to fit a certain layout, it wouldn't work with Letter.  Also, some of the stickers are bigger or smaller, and you would need to buy several packages of different sizes.  In the end, it was more convenient for me to just use 'no-cut' label paper and cut the stickers out myself.

Why aren't the stickers centered?

I know the stickers aren't centered.  This is a formatting problem that occurs with different paper sizes.  I chose to make the stickers just a bit smaller, because I didn't want the stickers to get cut off or worse run on to a second page, wasting a sheet of label paper.  There's not much I can do about that.  People use different computer systems, different printers, and different paper sizes.  I thought it best just to play it safe.

How much does it cost to print your own stickers?

I can get 'no-cut' label paper for about $0.25 USD per sheet.  There are usually 30-35 stickers per sheet.  You'll need to factor in cost of the

printer ink

.  So, I estimate it's about 1 cent a sticker.

Does stickersandcharts.com make custom stickers or ship stickers? No.  This is just a hobby.  However, if you want a certain sticker or chart and can't find it, send me an email and I'll see what I can do.  There's a contact link at the bottom of each page.

If you have any other printing questions or problems, please send me an email and I'll look into it.

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