Do you have a thermal label printer?? Then you can make your own stickers!

Hello, friends! I recently came across this bit of info and it was life changing, so I wanted to share with you too! Do you have a thermal printer for your shipping labels like the Rollo? Then you can make your own stickers! GAME CHANGER!


This is the one that I have and I love it. So easy to use. I don't know how I lived without it. Get yourself one! I am an Amazon Associate and this is a paid link. I only ever recommend products that I use and love myself. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. But any thermal printer will work for this. 

Next, you will need some stickers like these. These are 2" stickers that come in lots of different colors. I chose the pink to stick with my brand. You can get them here:

Once you have the materials, it's time to get designing! Head over to Canva. It's free! 

  • Sign up for an account.
  • Click on "Create a design" in the top right hand corner.
  • Choose "Custom Size" in the bottom left corner of that window.
  • Click on the carrot and change "px" to "in."
  • Enter the dimensions of your sticker. These pink circles are 2" x 2". 
  • Click on "Create new design."

Now play around with text and images, but keep in mind your printer is thermal, so it will only print black. Keep your design black and white.

Once you have your sticker design finished, click on "download" in the top right corner. Choose "PNG" and download.

Next head to your thermal printer. For the Rollo, open it up and squeeze the blue tabs together until they are as wide as your label. Set up the printer as normal with your new pink circle stickers. Then go to print and make sure you change the size to your new sticker size, which would be 2" x 2" for this one. Then hit print! I like to do just one first to make sure it looks good. Then you can change your quantity to whatever your heart desires! 

And just like that you've made a custom sticker!! So quick and easy to customize for your different orders or projects. 

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