The main limitations for stickers are 1 image per sticker and only PNG files supported.

Also, when designing the kiss-cut stickers, there are few things you should keep in mind. 

You have full control over the shape of the sticker itself, as it will be cut around the uploaded design. This method uses a light cut that defines the shape of the sticker without removing the rest of the background material, ensuring that any corners or outcroppings don’t get bent during storage and transportation.

See the following list for specifications on the buffer area. This will be automatically applied after upload, so there’s no need to worry about it during the design process. 

  • For a 2x2 sticker - Kiss cut will be 20 px away from the edge of the image 
  • For a 3x3 sticker - Kiss cut will be 30 px away from the edge of the image 
  • For a 4x4 sticker - Kiss cut will be 40 px away from the edge of the image
  • For a 6x6 sticker - Kiss cut will be 50 px away from the edge of the image


If your design features a lot of tiny details that are far apart from each other, these will be cut out as separate objects. Keep all the elements in the safe zone. 

For example, if you check the image of a sample above, you will see how the little lines near the fingertips were cut out as separate objects, and will have to be placed manually when gluing the sticker to a surface. 

What constitutes “too far”? If an element falls outside it neighbor’s automatically generated buffer area, then they’ll be cut as a separate objects. The exact number of pixels differs for various sticker sizes. Precise px can be found above. 

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