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Vinyl stickers stand up to outdoor elements.

  • Durable, weather-proof material
  • High gloss protective UV coating
  • Roll and cut-to-size options 
  • Print in quantities from 25-100,000 
  • Available in 1 business day

Durable Vinyl Stickers for Outdoor Use

Vinyl stickers have been a constant of outdoor promotions and advertising. This durable material is able to withstand the elements and can hang in there in the toughest conditions.

You can print vinyl stickers in two formats: cut-to-size and rolled. However, they’re optimized for different situations.

Cut-to-size stickers are individually cut – making them easier to hand out, no other tools or scissors necessary. You can use them for events as giveaways or simply as logo stickers to include in your marketing kit.

Roll stickers come in a convenient, easy-to-dispense roll and are a good format for tags, quality assurance stickers, shipping labels, and other repetitive applications.

Give us a call to talk to one of our print experts about the best vinyl sticker printing options for you.

Vinyl Sticker Layout Templates

Use our vinyl sticker layout templates to ensure your artwork and designs are sized and formatted correctly. PrintPlace layout templates can be downloaded for each vinyl sticker size below, in an EPS, PDF, or JPG format for Illustrator or Photoshop.

View Cut-to-size or Roll Stickers Layout Templates

Need help with our layout templates?

Please refer to our guided layout instructions.

Ideas for Your Roll and Cut-to-Size Vinyl Stickers

Vinyl stickers can be used on laptops, bike frames, car bumpers, equipment cases, suitcases, and more. Use them to instantly to decorate any smooth surface, both indoors and outdoors. Vinyl stickers may also be used as product labels or for other applications where a durable decoration or promotional sticker is needed. They can even be used as handouts or fun gifts.

Applying vinyl stickers is simple. First, find a smooth surface, making sure it’s free of grit and moisture. Next, carefully remove the vinyl sticker from its protective backing. Then, slowly lower the sticker into position, checking to see if you aligned it properly. Finally, smooth out the air bubbles by pushing them toward the edges with a flat tool or with your fingers.