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Loyalty Card stickers - 04-04-12, 02:19 PM

Hello everyone,

I have got loyalty cards with little boxes on to stamp when client's come. However, I find whenever I stamp the ink goes more on the outside than it does in the box.

I would like to find some very small stickers 8mm x 8mm or even round 8mm diameter would be ok. I want TT printed on them, like my stamp says. But can I find anyone who does personalised skickers in this size!

What I have in mind, is the size of the Macdonalds little loyalty stickers on the side of the coffee cups!

Vistaprint does huge ones and so do most of the others I have searched.

If anyone knows of anywhere, would be very grateful.

Or a professional alternative.

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04-04-12, 02:22 PM

I'm interested in this too. I don't even have a stamp I just usually initial the box, where was your stamp from?
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04-04-12, 02:24 PM

My stamp was a small stamp from Vistaprint just with the intials TT and I made the font small. But lots of leakage so I don't really rate it.
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04-04-12, 02:24 PM

I can't help with stickers sorry but i have the loyalty cards from vista print and i just sign and date them each time. I would also know if they tried to do one by signing it themselves to get their 50% off sooner but i have all the dates of their treatments on record cards so can keep myself right
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04-04-12, 02:27 PM

I have signed the intiials in the past when I haven't had the stamp handy, but want it to be 110% professional and I don't find handwriting gives it that same edge.
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04-04-12, 02:43 PM

What about this?

LOYALTY CARD STAMPER SELF INKING 11x11mmDIA SELF INKING | eBay
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04-04-12, 06:28 PM

Can you not print your own stickers? I'm sure I've seen this done somewhere?!!
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04-04-12, 06:56 PM

My printer is doing me a stamp with my initials on and it looks like a pen! A lot less mess. I will try and find out what they are called.

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04-04-12, 09:38 PM

Vista print do small round stickers x
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05-04-12, 02:36 PM

I use stickers from ryman stationary which are multi coloured feet you get 100 for 99p and my clients love it. Lots of them comment how cute they are.Some of them even call it the feet sticker rather than loyalty card. They are just slightly bigger than the circles but it still looks professional. I tried to find a stamp that I liked and looked good but could not find one . So went with stickers instead and glad i did.
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I use stickers from ryman stationary which are multi coloured feet you get 100 for 99p and my clients love it. Lots of them comment how cute they are.Some of them even call it the feet sticker rather than loyalty card. They are just slightly bigger than the circles but it still looks professional. I tried to find a stamp that I liked and looked good but could not find one . So went with stickers instead and glad i did.
What a fabulous idea. I have seen the little coloured dots, which I thought was too boring and very easy for clients to stick their own in, but shapes is a great idea. I'm quite tempted by these actually, but just think they might be a tiny bit too big for my boxes! eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace

What does everyone think? I have also seen some feet on there- are these the kind of thing? eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace
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What a fabulous idea. I have seen the little coloured dots, which I thought was too boring and very easy for clients to stick their own in, but shapes is a great idea. I'm quite tempted by these actually, but just think they might be a tiny bit too big for my boxes! eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace

What does everyone think? I have also seen some feet on there- are these the kind of thing? eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace
I like the feet ones best, not too keen on the star ones x
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05-04-12, 08:56 PM

Hi issy00

Loyalty Card stickers-imageuploadedbysalongeek1333655688.926341.jpg

Hope this helps.

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05-04-12, 09:37 PM

Thanks for the pic. It looks quite a lot bigger than my boxes. Here is my loyalty card. It's the size of a business card.
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05-04-12, 10:12 PM

Hey I use a little thing it's like a hole punch but instead of just circles it's in the shape of a flower I think u can get them from tesco in a pack of 3 differient shapes they really good
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