companies logos on stickers

frozensun

New Member
Hi guys.
Never worked in any graphics software except Photoshop.
I was wondering if I can make some logos from companies like Asus,Corsair,HyperX etc... on stickers (on this piece of paper,below on picture) to fit onto stickers and then apply stickers to PC.
As you can see the stickers are rectangular not square,I needed square ones but don't sell them here.
What software do I need,and if someone could point me to tutorial I'd be very grateful.
 

frozensun

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Company logos,like the ones below.
I want to make them fit onto the sticker on paper and print them on printer and then stick them to my PC.
Hope you understand.
What software do I need,and is it tough to do it?
 

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Levi

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Could you produce something to print on those sticky sheets, yes I've done it plenty of times when helping my Mum with labels for school.

Would I bother with it for logo's like you want, not personally but if you want to you'll need a desktop publishing software (I usually used MS publisher for my Mum's stuff so she could edit) which can get a 'grid' set up (basically measure the stickers/borders) so you can layout each image into the 'square' of each sticker. Then for best finish it would be scalpel for cutting around them.

Obviously there are copyright considerations so if you intend to do this for anything other than personal usage (technically you shouldn't do this either) you would be breaking copyright etc
 

hankscorpio

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Staff member
Company logos,like the ones below.
I want to make them fit onto the sticker on paper and print them on printer and then stick them to my PC.
Hope you understand.
What software do I need,and is it tough to do it?
Usually - the sticker sheets have a code on them - like Avery labels have. And you can find templates for them on Avery site.

If the brand of stickers is not Avery - then what is it?
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
How do I do it
I am going to assume you are not going to be using the stickers illegally

Honestly, as it seems like you don't even know the basics of this, the easiest way is below.
  • take a ruler, measure page size to ensure it's a4
  • take a ruler, measure the borders of the page (ie where there isn't a sticker) and set as the page margins
  • create a table on said page within borders with the horizontal and vertical number of stickers...align with borders/page margins
  • ensure the cells within the table are the same size as the stickers
  • use this table as a grid to fit images of logo's onto the stickers
  • print out
  • adjust layout slightly and print again if needed
  • cut out stickers
  • stick stickers onto pc
 

frozensun

New Member
I am going to assume you are not going to be using the stickers illegally

Honestly, as it seems like you don't even know the basics of this, the easiest way is below.
  • take a ruler, measure page size to ensure it's a4
  • take a ruler, measure the borders of the page (ie where there isn't a sticker) and set as the page margins
  • create a table on said page within borders with the horizontal and vertical number of stickers...align with borders/page margins
  • ensure the cells within the table are the same size as the stickers
  • use this table as a grid to fit images of logo's onto the stickers
  • print out
  • adjust layout slightly and print again if needed
  • cut out stickers
  • stick stickers onto pc
oh okay.
in what program to create table?
 
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