Making vinyl decals is a great way to brighten up the home or even run a small business. The best thing is that you don’t need lots of expensive equipment to get started. In fact you’ll probably already have most of what you need.
Apart from a flair for design, you don’t need to be an artist to make your own decals. Vinyl decals can be used almost anywhere, so let’s find out what you need to do.
The Equipment You Need
While you do need some specialist equipment to make vinyl decals, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get started.
You can use a hobby room to make your decals, as long as you have a good sized workbench with a flat surface.
The most important thing you need is your vinyl. If you’ve not worked with it before, you may need a couple of practice attempts to find the right one.
Vinyl comes in rolls, and while you can get different colors, it’s a good idea to start with just one.
When purchasing your vinyl, there are a couple of things you need to check first.
- Indoors or outdoors? Not all vinyls are suitable for outdoor use, so if you’re planning to make something that goes outside, make sure you choose the outdoor vinyl. All vinyls will last a few years, but vinyl which is designed for outdoor use can last 6 years or more in any weather conditions.
- Are you using a cutting machine? If you are, make sure that the width of the vinyl is the right size for your machine.
2. A Computer and Printer
Most homes will have a computer or a laptop, and you don’t need a high specification one to create vinyl decals. You will need this to create your designs and send them to a printer. Again, you don’t need a special printer so if you have and ink jet one at home, you can use that.
If you have an iPod or tablet you can design on those, but you may prefer a bigger screen to make sure your designs are perfect.
Whether you need a scanner or not will depend on how you create your design. If you hand draw them, then you will need to load them in to your software to edit them, and for this you will need a scanner.
If you use the software to create your designs, then you won’t need a scanner.
4. Image editing software
To edit and create your designs you will need image editing software. Some computers come with free graphics software and may also have royalty free images to help you get started. If you’re serious about making vinyl decals, you may prefer to invest in some good software, such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw.
If you are using a vinyl cutting machine, you should check the format of the image you need. Some cutting machines use Vector images, and not all graphics software can create these. Both CorelDraw and Illustrator do include this image format. Some newer cutting machines can accept images in other formats as well.
5. A cutter
If you want to, you can cut your designs by hand. This will need a steady hand, particularly on smaller graphics, but you can do it if you use the right hobby knives.
If you plan to make a lot of decals, you may prefer to get a vinyl cutting machine. Instead of sending your image to the printer, you send it to the vinyl cutter. This will then print out the outline of your image.
6. Craft or Xacto knives
When you have your cut vinyl, you may find that some corners aren’t cut cleanly or the middle of the image hasn’t been cut out. For this you need a sharp knife, such as a Xacto knife, to carefully cut away the excess vinyl.
7. Transfer tape
This is used to stick your designs when they are ready. You must use the right tape or you can ruin your designs.
Before we move on to creating vinyl decal’s, here’s a useful video tutorial I think will really help you, enjoy!
Creating your vinyl
Now that you have all the right equipment, creating your vinyl is actually quite easy. Here are the steps you need to follow.
- Create your design. You can draw it or create it using your image editing software.
- Print it. If you are cutting by hand you will need to print it out on to the vinyl. Load the vinyl so it prints on the matte side.
- Cut it. If cutting by hand, cut from the back. If you have a vinyl cutter, send your image to the cutter and it will do the rest.
- Weed it. When you have your cut vinyl, you will need to check for any excess pieces and cut those away.
- Stick it. This is where you will use your transfer tape. Cover your vinyl design with the transfer tape, making sure to remove all air bubbles. Make sure the surface you are sticking it on to is clean and dry, and then press your vinyl on, working from the center out. When the vinyl is firmly in place you can slowly pull off the transfer paper. Your design should stay in place.
Where you can use vinyl decals
The great thing about vinyl decals, is that they can be used almost everywhere. Here are just a few ideas
- Car decals. These can be to add a design to a car or a business logo.
- You can turn your decals in to stickers which can be used by children to decorate their rooms, or for businesses to advertise their services.
- You can decorate your own windows at home, or create window stickers with company information on them.
- Vinyl decals make great house signs
- Home decoration. You can give your home a new look with vinyl decals on the windows, mirrors, kitchen appliances and doors.
Making vinyl decals can be a fun thing to do, and you can get the whole family involved by making their favorite designs for them as well.
Occasionally when solid modelling with SOLIDWORKS, we need to add graphics to our models. The process is actually quite simple: we drag a decal onto the model, position it and size it appropriately and we have our image on the model. It’s a bit like the good old water slide decals used in plastic model making.
SOLIDWORKS comes with some decals already included but these are very limiting, some can be seen here.
I certainly was so I needed to create my own custom logos.
This is how I did it:
Firstly we need an image to convert into a logo. We will use the old NT CADCAM logo as an example.
Almost any file format will do such as a jpeg or png. I will use a png.
Now the decals have a format of their own which is a P2D file. We need to convert the image into a P2D file and for this we need Photoview 360 which is the SOLIDWORKS rendering software. Firstly we need to go to Options and Add-Ins to ensure it is on.
This adds the Photoview 360 menu to SOLIDWORKS and we need to go this and the menu entry for Edit Decal.
On the left this opens the decal editor.
Click on the Browse button and locate the image you want to use using the usual Windows file browse window.
This will show the path and a preview of the logo.
Assuming you do not require special masks because as with this one the cropping of the image is very close to the edges (I did this in an image editor), simply click on the Save Decal button.
This where you select the location of the logo file you want to add. The default logo folder is where I am going to place mine and this can be found at
C:\Program Files\SOLIDWORKS Corp\SOLIDWORKS\data\graphics\decals\Logos
You can of course specify your own folder and point SOLIDWORKS at this.
When you have located the folder simply give your decal a name and click on save.
We now need to apply the logo.
In the Task Pane on the right of the screen is a coloured ball button.
Click on this and select Decals from the entries.
If your decal isn’t visible where you saved it in Decals, click on the refresh button at the top of the folder.
Locate your decal and drag it onto the model.
The decal may not be the correct size and shape for your requirements but in the manager on the left are all of the controls you require.
At the top are 3 tabs. Select the Mapping tab.
We can now use the size and rotational controls to get the decal how we want on the model. By draging the decal around on the model we can also position it.
Firstly we can select how we want the decal to be applied; Projection is directly on the face but there is also Spherical and Cylindrical.
This is a simple flat face so I will use the Projection option.
These controls allow exact positioning vertically and horizontally on your model.
You can of course roughly drag it into position.
Angle of decal relative to axies of model
When you are happy, click on OK.
If you need to edit the decal click on the coloured ball in the Feature Manager Design Tree, followed by the Cylinder button which is for the decals.
Open the entry for the decal and a right click followed by edit decal will take you back to the decal manager.
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Published June 15, 2020 Last Updated February 17, 2021 / By Sarah 8 Comments
How to personalize a cup or tumbler with vinyl. Follow this complete tutorial for DIY vinyl tumbler decals with all the tips and tricks. Personalized tumblers make great gifts and they are so easy to make!
For a few years I’ve been adding personal designs to my tumblers with vinyl and my Cricut machine. It is high time for a very detailed tutorial, where I can share all the tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way! You can use this tutorial to personalize anything – a Yeti Cup, Hydroflask, mug, glass jar, etc.
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I love making personalized cups. There is something so fun about having a monogram, nickname, or favorite team on your drink! Song lyrics are fun too. I have probably made 50 different tumbler decals over the past few years, some for myself and many to give as gifts. Somehow I never get sick of it!
Tips & Tricks
Before you start designing, head over to read Everything You Need to Know about Cricut Fonts – a post I wrote detailing my favorite Cricut fonts, tips and tricks for using them, and some of the best font combinations you can put together! For even more Cricut info head to our Cricut page.
The Best Vinyl for Cups
I personally use Cricut Permanent Vinyl to personalize tumbler cups. It comes in so many colors. The vinyl lasts really well even through every day use and washing over and over in the dishwasher.
We use it to label our kids’ water bottles and lunchboxes, make teacher gifts, and label bins and containers in our house. Jessica made a really cool cup recently too with all kinds of stickers to represent her favorite things!
*Stainless steel cups, like Yeti brand or Hydroflask should be hand-washed with hot, soapy water. You can wash them in the dishwasher, but they might be discolored or damaged over time.
- Cricut machine
- Standard Grip Mat
- Weeding Tools
- Permanent Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
The tumblers I used for this tutorial are these Skinny Cups from Amazon.
How To Make:
- Cut vinyl design with Cricut machine.
- Weed excess vinyl from around the outsides and the insides of the design.
- Put transfer tape down onto the design and burnish (A.K.A. rub) with your thumb or the back of a weeding tool. Make sure it is good and stuck.
- Pick up transfer tape and make sure the whole tumbler decal is stuck to it. Position it over the cup where you want to apply it, then press the design and transfer tape down to stick it on.
Remove (below) transfer tape slowly, pull diagonally from one corner. If any of the design starts coming up with the transfer tape, press it back down, burnish more, and try again.
Ta da! I hope you have fun making your own personalized Yeti cups!
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Learn how to make your own customized vinyl car decals with my simple tutorial and fun designs!
Love decorating your car windows, but just can’t find the right saying? You can make your own vinyl decals! I have tutorials showing you how to Make Vinyl Decals for Instant Pots, make a Vinyl Mandala for your Macbook, and even Large Vinyl Wall Decals. But what about cars? Can you put vinyl on windows? What kind? I get you — and I can help! So let’s focus on the sorts of vinyl decals you can make for your car windows. Vinyl car decals are a fun way to personalize your vehicle and to show the world what you care about. It’s fun and so much easier than you think to make these vinyl car decals!
Many people have vinyl car decals to show support for their favorite cause, sports team, or family. There is an unlimited number of different designs you can create. Now, these aren’t your typical “bumper sticker” with the printed text on a rectangular white background. These vinyl decals are designed to be placed on the outside of your car window. And they last a surprisingly long time. I put one on my SUV over three years ago and it’s still there!
To show you how easy these vinyl car decals are to make, I’ve created four free designs for you to try out! First, we have the #CraftLife decal, along with the crafty “stick figure family” collection for all my fellow Makers out there! We’ve got stick figures that look like pencils, rulers, scissors, glue, pushpins, and more! And look, the pets are glue guns!
Next up is my personal favorite — “Crafting is my therapy” with some pretty flowers. Imagine how great that would look in your back window?
And last but not least, this wonderful “kind words are free” decal …so true!
Let me show you how easy it is to make these vinyl car decals! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
If you’re feeling creative and would like to get handsy with some artwork, hop on vinyl decals. You can create colorful and artsy decals to decorate several pieces, including water bottles, mason jars, cups, and photo frames. You can also use vinyl decals to decorate cars or your business window with your logo.
Fortunately, creating decals at home is quite simple and doable. All you’ll need is the right set of tools and the determination to do it!
What Tools Do You Need to Create Decals?
The tools you purchase for this DIY exercise largely depend on your budget for the project. If you can spend some good money, then go for high-end gadgets. If not, don’t worry; you can still achieve this with some home tools.
So, what assets do you need to create decals?
Computer and software
You can best design and edit decals with design software. Some of the popular design software for creating decals include Cricut, Easy Cut Studio, and CorelDraw. Make sure you choose software that matches your needs, as you’ll learn later in this guide. You can also use Photoshop to design your decals.
A decal printer
That’s right! Not just a normal office printer – a decal printer. The decal printer is designed to cut vinyl and print effectively. Using a simple office printer might bring out poor results and be less useful in the long run. Some printers come with design software, such as the Cricut printer, which is a factor you should also consider.
You can purchase a squeegee or else referred to as a scraper. The rest of the tools in this list can be purchased as a set. A squeegee is used to press transfer tape neatly onto the decal. To save on this, you can use your credit card instead or anything with a flat vertice. Avoid getting an item that’s too sharp, for it may tear the transfer paper.
You will use a straight razor to cut out excess vinyl before the transfer step. Ensure the razor is super sharp. You may also use a sharp knife or a pair of scissors for this task.
Tweezers are used to weed or peel out vinyl parts that you won’t need. You may use your fingers to do this, but use a pair of tweezers for better results.
Many people end up scratching their tables when trying out DIY decals at home. To prevent this from happening, buy a cutting mat. You’ll be placing your vinyl on this mat.
How to Create Vinyl Decals
The first step is to design your text, image, or shape using Photoshop or any other design software. The other option is to download designs online or purchase them from graphics marketplaces such as Dribble, Envato Market, and Behance. Some software come with a collection of designs attached, so that’s a good option when on a budget.
If you’re good at designing, you may want to do this yourself instead of purchasing costly designs in online marketplaces.
If you can’t do either of the above, cut out a design from any printed material and scan it. Find a long-lasting solution for you do not want to purchase a scanner for just one project.
The next step is to resize and fit the design as you please. You may have to try out some mock decals at first before creating the final print for your chosen surfaces. Use small or horizontal designs during the mock trial until you’re confident with your skills, then go for something bigger or more complex.
The vinyl paper used when printing is always quite big; hence, the need for a razor to trim it down. This could be a waste of paper which is usually costly. To spare more paper, you can resize your design and fit in several designs in one paper.
We will explain the other option in the printing process. Otherwise, the size of your design will depend on the surface you’re going to place it on. A mug takes a smaller design than a business logo.
Once done fitting and resizing, save your final design and click ‘cut’ on the software (or similar) to print.
How to Print Vinyl Decals
Place the vinyl in your printer carefully and adjust the printer settings. The other option (mostly when using a smaller printer) is to place vinyl on the cutting mat and into the printer.
When your design is small, you can size the vinyl paper into something smaller for the design only and avoid wasting more paper. You will place the sized paper on the top left or right edge of the cutting mat before taking only that vertice into the printer.
You can use any color of vinyl paper. It’d help to conduct the rest of the process in a well-lit area.
Once you’re done printing, lay the vinyl on a cutting mat and take out your tools. The table or desk you work on should be well-leveled with your height to avoid straining during the cutting and transferring process.
How to Transfer Vinyl Decals
Before transferring, you need to trim the vinyl. If you used a larger vinyl with a small design, you’d have more to cut out. Start by slightly marking the points at which you’d follow to cut the vinyl. Don’t mark too close to the design; you might cut it.
Unless you can cut a straight line without wobbling, mark a few centimeters away from the design. You can use a ruler if you want the cuts to be straight.
After cutting the edges using a pair of scissors or a razor, take out your tweezers and start to peel the insides. Be keen not to peel the usable parts. This is where good lighting comes in handy. Take your time doing this part until it’s perfectly done.
The next step is to apply the transfer tape.
Cut the tape to the design size, peel it out from its backing and place it on your neat design slowly and carefully. It’s best to place it from one end to another instead of from the top at a go. The transfer tape will stick to the design enough to hold it as you move it to your desired surfaces for application.
Use a squeegee or credit card to stick the tape to the design. Make sure to smoothly scrape every area at least twice. You may also scrape the vinyl backing for accuracy.
Once done, pull out the vinyl backing slowly. Your design is ready to transfer!
Place it on the item you want to decorate. Use the scraper again to fix the tape onto your surface. When good, roll out the transfer tape from the design. Avoid pulling it upwards to prevent it from pulling along with the design.
Disclaimer : When getting started, use one design. Once you’ve got the hang of it, you can try out different layered designs.
Several attempts will turn you into a decal pro. Play with different font types and sizes, various colors and matches, spacing, and different designs to bring out unique decals. Knowing how to create vinyl decals is good, mostly for those who may want to start it as a business.
The final disclaimer is to ensure that the surface you’re applying your decals to is clean and dry. It would be best to clean it before you start the process with water and soap, wipe it with a clean cloth and leave it to dry for a few minutes as you create the decals. Enjoy crafting!
In this waterslide decal tutorial, I will show you how to create a waterslide image by removing the background and provide a few tips on how to make waterslide tumblers and mugs.
I made this mug the other day for our family friends. I thought the phrase “ruff life” was quite fitting for dear little Milo here given he probably lives the most pampered puppy life I’ve ever known.
A little irony always makes your coffee taste better.
I was going to make a pillow for Milo as well but didn’t get around to it so it will have to be another project for some other day.
In the meantime, I’d like to share some of the graphics I designed but haven’t turned into a project yet with all of you.
These dog lover SVGs are all free and available in my resource library.
Waterslide Paper and other Materials
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Waterslide Paper – There are two broad types, Waterslide paper for Inkjet Printers and Waterslide paper for Laser Printers. I used the Laser Printer paper because I didn’t want to add a sealant to my mug which is something you have to do to make the Inkjet ink waterproof.
Scissors or Cutting Machine – Most waterslide paper comes with a clear background so there’s no need to be super precise with cutting the outline. However, if you are making a bunch and want to save yourself blisters from too much scissor usage, I would recommend the Cricut which is what I use. Here are a few recommendations on which Cricut Machine is best for Beginners.
Base Material – Waterslide paper is actually just a really thin sheet of paper so it works best on smooth surfaces that you can wet like ceramic, plastic or glass. It also works on smoother wood surfaces. Here’s a super affordable set of basic white mugs from Amazon.
Sealant (for Inkjet printing) – Any acrylic sealer like this Mod Podge Clear Sealer will work.
How to make a waterslide image by removing the background
There are a couple of reasons you might want to remove the background from your image. One, it saves a lot of ink. Secondly, if you are cutting the image on your cutting machine, it makes for a more precise outline around the subject of interest.
If your image has a simple, clean background, you can most likely just use the native software available for your cutting machine like Cricut Design Space.
It is way more accurate then all the other available software out there and the best part is it’s all automated. You just upload your image and it just automatically removes the background without any additional work.
This is a great tool if you plan on selling personalized waterslide mugs or accessories. It save so much time and creates a great result with no learning curve.
DIY Waterslide tumblers and mugs
This really doesn’t get any easier. The hardest part of all of this is making sure your image works on the choice of surface. Most waterslide decal paper comes in transparent sheets.
They do this because it is easier to cut around the subject of the image. However, transparent also means your image is going to look a little different. It won’t be as vibrant because it won’t have white background and spots with no color will show the material behind it.
Just keep that in mind when you are making your waterslide image and choosing what items to place it on.
Step 1: Print and cut your design and gather your tumbler or mug
In this example, I decided to make the text out of black vinyl instead of the waterslide paper. Be sure to apply the non-waterslide pieces first as your waterslide paper will need a few hours to dry.
When printing the image, be sure to mirror the image as in flip it along a vertical axis.
Step 2: Soak the waterslide decal cutout
I then soak each cut out for about 30 seconds in some water. I then place it image side down on the surface. The paper backing should slide right off. At this point, I would smooth out any air bubbles in the print out part left and make minor adjustments sliding it in place.
After the air bubbles are out and it is in position, let it dry, it will take 2-3 hours depending on your climate.
Step 3: Sealing your waterslide decal
If you made this on something that does not need to be washed, you are all set.
If you used an inkjet printer and want to ensure the image does not smear, be sure to seal the image after it has dried completely. Use the spray sealant recommended above.
If you intend on doing some heavy duty washing of your item, I would also seal the item. Just be sure to do this in a well ventilated area.
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This is a tutorial on how to make decals for cars with free templates.
Making your own car decal is super easy to do and actually doesn’t require that many materials.
There are a couple of different ways to make and place card decals.
The most common way people make card decals is to use vinyl on the outside of the car.
If you are placing a decal on the window, I would consider placing it on the inside of the car. Decals on the inside of the car can use removable vinyl because it is no subjected to weather and other environmental wear out.
Removable vinyl is easier to take off and can be replaced when you’ve decided to swap out the decide.
Best vinyl for car decals and other materials for DIY Car Decals
Vinyl – My recommendation is to use Oracal 651 vinyl which is intended for outdoor use.
Most flat colored (as in non-holographic and non-glittery) vinyl has the same color on the sticky side. I would recommend putting vinyl decals on the inside of your car. Not all vinyl is weatherproof. Depending on how long you want this decal to last, you can consider using the decal on the outside if you live in a more moderate climate.
I also don’t recommend window cling for decals. It is really hard to transfer, especially if it is a detailed design.
If you want to use something removable on the inside of the window, I like this assorted set of removable vinyl.
Transfer Tape – Vinyl is really flimsy. I like to use Transfer tape to transfer it onto the window. Here are some great deals on transfer tape from Amazon.
Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.
A cutting machine is not absolutely necessary but it sure helps for more intricate designs and letters.
Templates – This bear and deer family decal templates are available in both SVG and printable PDF formats for free in my resource library.
How to make DIY window decals for cars
Depending on if you have a cutting machine or not, the methodology differs a little bit. If you are just making a single decal for your car, this is totally doable by hand.
If you are making custom car decals to sell, I would recommend getting a cutting machine like the Cricut not only to make the process more efficient but also to make more professional-looking car stickers.
How to make car window decals at home without a cutting machine
First, print the design on the backside of the vinyl sheet. If your printer can’t handle the vinyl sheet, I would print the template on regular copy paper and cut it out by hand to trace for the vinyl sheet.
Then cut the design out. If you have traced or printed the design on the backside of the vinyl, be sure to mirror the design.
If the design has multiple pieces, you will have to guess to keep them in place.
Also, be sure to mirror the design if you plan on placing it on the inside of the window.
Place the cutouts with the vinyl side down on the transfer sheet.
Peel off the backing.
How to make car stickers with a Cricut
Making a car decal with the Cricut is super straight forward.
With your design in place, you can either Flip it in the Canvas view or turn on Mirror when you Make it.
If you choose to Flip the design, choose flip horizontal.
How to put on a window decal
Clean the surface where you intend to place the decal with some alcohol. This will eliminate any dirt and debris so the sticker lasts longer.
First, weed the negative parts of the design from the cutout. The negative part is just the background around the cutout. If you are making a relatively simple design like this deer family, you can probably just peel the background off by hand. Otherwise, try using some tweezers to get it started.
Then place the transfer tape over the vinyl. I use a special scraper to scraper the top of the transfer tape.
Peel the back off the transfer tape. Place over the window and then scrape and peel.
Be sure to smooth out any air pockets.
How to remove your DIY car stickers
If you used removable vinyl then simply pick off an edge of the stick and peel it off by hand.
If you used permanent vinyl, there are a couple of different ways to peel off the sticker from your window. Even the most permanent of vinyls will eventually start peeling depending on your weather conditions and other environmental factors like temperature variation and whether you part it indoors or not. If it has started peeling, you can just peel off the rest by hand.
You can also take a blow dryer and apply some heat. The sticker will start warping at which point it is easier to peel.
If there is any residue left, try using a solvent like Goo Gone to remove the residue. Try not to use a scraping device as it might damage the surface of your car or window.
Vinyl decal stickers are a perfect business these days. With the contemporary world full of vehicles, the need for maintenance also keeps on increasing and the more the scratches on body of these vehicles, the more gets the need of vinyl decal stickers as well. These stickers can be bought into use not for just decorative purposes, but also for covering up the scratches on a particular surface. You can make these stickers yourself connecting the machine with your personal computer or laptop. In order to make your own vinyl decal stickers, you can bring the following tips in use:-
How to Make Your Own Vinyl Decal Stickers
1. Bring in the sheets:-
First of all you will need to purchase the vinyl decal sticker making sheets of desired color. There is a specialty of these sheets and it is that they have glue at their back portion. Once you plot the pattern of your sticker with plotter on these sheets, it can be cut with a cutter to be applied or positioned in the desired specific area.
2. Find out a sticker pattern:-
Research about a particular sticker pattern or word art and then design your dream sticker. I have chosen the cartoon from 7up cold drink advertisement to give you a demonstration here. Now I have finalized this cartoon drawing it on computer screen and once I give command to the plotter and cutter machine, it will draw and design the sticker on my vinyl sheets.
3. Use a Transparent Tape to pick up the Sticker:-
Now I will position a single layer or multiple layers of cello/transparent tape on the designed sticker to position it over the desired surface. We can even implant the sticker directly but using a cello tape to position the sticker always proves to keep the sticker intact and prevents it from meeting damage. Now, once you position the tape over your sticker, you can take it off to place it over the desired surface and once you place it on the surface, the other side carrying glue will get glued to the surface and when you remove the layer of cello tape, the sticker will get stuck on the surface as it had already got glued to it.
4. Decal printers to print the stickers:-
The stickers can be printed also with the help of decal printers. These differ from office printers in size. These are engineered to ensure an even distribution of decal ink to print stickers and decal sheets. These also include a blade and thus you never have to purchase a plotter or cutter in separate to make stickers with such printers.
5. Give a Blow with Hair Dryer:-
In order to repair a particular surface with damage mark or scratch over it, just position a strip of decal sheet over it in the same above described manner and then give it a shape with thermocol cutter. Remove the extra area and then give it a blow with hair dryer. The decal strip will get positioned perfectly on the surface like this.