How to Make Stickers in CorelDRAW
For a sticker design, other than keeping its size between around 2″ x 2″ to around 6″ x 6″, as far as possible is your creative mind. Sticker printing is normally done on vinyl, however, you can likewise purchase cement printer paper on which you can print your own stickers.
In this tutorial, we’ll take a business logo and use it to make a promotional sticker.
1. Create Content
For this project, the subsequent sticker will be around 4″ x 4″. From (File > New) under Name: type Stickers. Set a paper size of 5″ x 5″, and use RGB for shading mode.
The sticker will be founded on an organization logo, which comprises of a few book and graphic objects. Use Pick to choose everything, and press Ctrl + G to gather the items. At that point use the Object Size fields in the Interactive Property Bar to set the even size to 3.5″.
2. Make the Boundary
The cut line for this sticker will be a counterbalanced bend that equally encompasses all components of the logo. To make this shape, we first need to make a limit that encompasses all components of the logo.
With the Pick tool, drag a determination window around the whole logo. At that point select Object > Shaping > Boundary.
3. Make the Contour
From the Effects toolbar or the Effects menu, select the Contour tool. On the Interactive Property Bar, ensure the Contour corners are set to Round corner, and the form is set to the outside. At that point snap and drag outward, until the encompassing shape has no gaps.
4. Clean Up and Prep for Printing
Since we currently have our contour, the boundary is not, at this point required. However, the form was made from the limit, so both are essential for a similar group. This structure can be found in the Object Manager docker.
To isolate the limit from this gathering, use the Pick tool to choose the form, and press Ctrl + K to break separated the contour group. Presently the boundary can be selected on its own and erased.
One final advance: to assign out to the contour the properties required by your print shop, so as to be perused as a cut line. Commonly this implies using the Object Properties docker to set the layout width as Hairline, and to give the form a particular shading.
At long last, use File > Save As to spare the document out as an EPS or PDF.
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