Printing graffiti sketches on stickers requires scanning the sketch, creating a printer-ready computer file and printing the file. Professional sticker printers provide image guidelines and may include the option for text or images, such as a logo, on the back of the sticker.
For printing at home, the sticker printer paper generally provides dimensions or software for setting up the computer file.
For professional die-cut printers that cut custom sticker shapes, setting up the file requires adding a border around the image. Additionally, most printers require the image to have a transparent background. Creating transparency requires an image manipulation program such as Adobe Photoshop or Gimp.