Where Do You Get Your Widdy’s Printed? Our Go To Spot for Custom Stickers

We like to mix some old school guerilla marketing techniques to go along with our digital endeavors – and if you know WIDSIX, you know we LOVE to Slap Widdy’s on anything and everything.

What does that have to do with anything? We’re glad you asked – not to sound like that wannabe influencer on Instagram, but we’ve been getting a lot of questions from people about where we get our widdy’s printed up. Well, not a lot – but it does happen, so we thought we’d share the info publicly to help out.

We’ve tested a lot of printers of the years, as well as conducting a lot of field tests (our field testing examples and tests from some friends of ours below or here), so we know what we’re talking about when it comes to the stickers and decals. Stickers need to be durable and hold up to the extreme AZ elements, but not break the bank. If you’re reading this, you already know that though.

Enough with the build up and blah, blah, blah – here are the top spots we hit up for our widdy’s and business cards (which have custom die cut stickers on them as well – of course). For decals and stickers, our go to spot over the years is Sticker Mule (clean link, no affiliate non-sense, catches or fine print)

Sticker Mule provides custom stickers at affordable prices in small batch or large. We print a ton of logo and badge variations, so we typically grab 50 or 100 at a time, but they can handle massive orders as well (and obvi discount those more).

Sticker Mule cranks out quality stickers that hold up to the harsh AZ summer temps on vehicles and posts/signs. We’ve field tested our widdy’s in the colder climates also (snowboards, ski resorts, etc) and they hold up well there also.

We have tested out the circular, custom die cut, square, rectangle, holographic, etc – all good!

PRO TIP – Don’t believe us? Hit up this link to sample for yourself – get a cheap, tiny batch to test for yourself.