Our matte stickers have to be seen! If you’re looking for something smooth and elegant, try our matte finish.
All of our custom vinyl stickers feature full color printing on weatherproof vinyl material. We laminate the printed stickers to provide extra thickness and protection from fading and scratches. This makes for durable custom stickers that are guaranteed to look great for years.
What does matte finish do for your custom sticker designs? While our glossy sticker finish reflects light as a bright shine and glare, our matte sticker finish takes light and creates a soft, satiny glow. This silky smooth sticker finish is perfect for logo stickers or product labels.
Below are some sample photos of matte stickers that show this satin matte glow. Our matte finish will slightly dull colors vs our glossy sticker finish, but the luxurious appearance is a great tradeoff.
The photo above features large matte sticker sheets for Meopta, an optical products company. The company is using our sticker sheets to easily apply matte product labels. Notice the soft glow in the center of the photo, showing how these satin matte stickers react to light.
This photo of easy peel stickers for Navitas Naturals features a predominately white background. The general colors and softness of the label is apparent in this photograph. Navitas Naturals may be using these custom matte vinyl stickers as product labels or packaging labels.
Finally, these die cut matte stickers were created to advertise our matte finish when we introduced it. In the photo we have propped up the die cut sticker material to reflect light and show how this matte laminate creates a silky, soft glow. This image truly represents the softness of the matte material.
You can’t go wrong with any of our custom sticker finishes, but our matte sticker finish is an excellent choice for brands looking for something unique and classy.
Matte stickers are easy to order. Simply order custom stickers and choose Matte from the finish options. We offer this matte finish at no additional charge!
Last Modified: February 22nd, 2021