Thank You stickers for your amazon and noon orders

Personalise Amazon & Noon Orders With Branded Stickers

 Do you run a business where you deliver products to customers? If you are selling on Noon or Amazon or, have a Shopify store, or sell at craft fairs. If so, are you using professionally branded thank you stickers on your packaging?

We are going to show you exactly how you can DIY your own custom stickers using Canva, a termal printer, and thermal sticker paper.

What you need : 

  • the pro version of Canva
  • a Rollo thermal printer
  • 2.25×2.25 round thermal stickers

You can achieve similar results with the free version of Canva. You can totally DIY your own sticker image using the instructions we will provid, or just choose one without the little crown in the corner.

This will also work with any thermal printer and any brand of thermal stickers. You can get sticker that are squares, circles, rectangles, or a number of different shapes and colors.

Set Up Canva To Make Your Circle Thank You Stickers

The first thing you need to do is create the sticker design in Canva.

If you don't have an account, you can signup for a free account here and even get a 30-day free trial of the pro version. If you've got an account already, just sign in to your account.

Next, create a custom size template.

For this particular sticker, I am using a 2.25″ x 2.25″ inch size.

Once you have the blank page open, you can actually search for designs that are already made! Canva has a ton of thank-you sticker templates already made.

The ones that have the crown on the right corner are available only in the pro account, all the others can be used with the free account!

Using these thank-you sticker templates, you can literally have a custom sticker done in less than 5 minutes from start to finish.

To make sure that your design will fit on your sticker, you can use a circle shape element as an outline. Stretch the circle to fill the full box.

Before you print the sticker, just make sure to remove the circle in Canva, since you wouldn't really want a circle inside of the circle sticker.

You can add custom text, branded font, your logo, icons, and more to the sticker.

If you aren't sure what to do, just pick one of the thank you sticker templates they offer and customize those.

Seriously, using the templates makes the process so fast! Way better than just staring at a blank screen for a long time.

Once you've finished your design and have it how you want, download the image and print it out! *Don't forget to remove the original circle outline if you used one*

Click the “Share” button on Canva, then “download” the sticker image as a png.

Once you have the image on your computer, you'll print it out using your thermal printer.

Just like that! You've got custom thank you stickers you can put on your shipping supplies or directly on the packaging of your product.

Supplies Needed To Print Your Own Thermal Stickers At Home

Now that we have covered exactly how to design, create, and print your own thank you labels, let's look at the supplies you need on hand to make them. To print thermal stickers from home, you just need 3 things.

Design Software To Create Stickers

You need something to create the sticker design. We use home computer and the Canva design software.

Canva has a free option as well as a pro option for a small fee. 

You can get a free 30-day trial of the pro account here if you don't have the account already.

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You can also use any other design program that you are familiar with. Some people use procreate on their iPad, some people use Photoshop, and some use PicMonkey etc ..

We just use Canva since we already have it and am familiar with it.

Plus, they have a ton of Thank You sticker templates available for free, so it makes it that much easier for me.

You can even upload your own images.

That means you can upload your logo or any graphics that you use in your branding.

Thermal Printer To Print Your Stickers With

If you are shipping in your business, we highly recommend getting a thermal printer that will work for your shipping labels as well. This will save you a lot of money on ink and they print so much faster thank an inkjet printer or even a laser printer.

Here are some of the printers I recommend checking out if you don't have a thermal printer already.

The Thermal Printer I Use
Rollo Label Printer
Rollo Wireless Thermal Printer
Thermal Sticker Paper To Print Your Thank You Stickers On

Thermal printers use special sticker paper to print on. These are usually called thermal labels rather than thermal stickers, so keep that in mind when searching for thermal sticker supplies.

OFFNOVA Pink on White Thermal Stickers 2.25” x 2.25”

There are a lot of really pretty labels available that would work well for printing your own thank you stickers.


Benefits Of Using A Thermal Printer To Make Your Custom Thank You Stickers

You may be asking yourself why we are using a thermal printer to make these custom thank you stickers instead of a regular inkjet printer. And that's a great question!

Using a thermal printer to make your own thank you stickers offers several benefits.

Firstly, thermal printers are designed specifically for printing labels and stickers, which means that they are capable of producing high-quality, precise prints that look professional and crisp.

They are also super fast and can handle large volumes of prints, making them a great option for small business owners who want to print a large number of stickers quickly.

Another considerable benefit is thermal printers use heat to create the print, which means there is no need for ink or toner cartridges. This means the overall cost per print is much less, and there is not a lot of waste.

Thermal printers are also generally compact and easy to use, making them a great option for those small business owners who want to make stickers at home without the need for a large, complicated industrial printing setup.

Overall, using a thermal printer to make thank you stickers is a great option and one I highly recommend.

15 Ways You Can Use Custom Thank You Stickers In Your Small Business

Possibilities are endless!

Here are 15 ways you can use your new thank you stickers:

  1. Place thank you stickers on shipping packaging or product packaging as a gesture of appreciation to your customers.
  2. Use thank you stickers to seal envelopes or packages.
  3. Include a thank you sticker with promotional or marketing materials to reinforce brand recognition.
  4. Customize thank you stickers with the customer’s name or order details for a personalized touch. Think about how a customer would feel if their name was ON the thank you sticker!
  5. Offer a discount or freebie to customers who share photos of their products with the thank you sticker visible.
  6. Create seasonal or holiday-themed thank you stickers to add a festive touch to packages or products.
  7. Encourage customer reviews or feedback by including a thank you sticker with a request to leave a review, this can even be done with a scannable QR code right on the sticker.
  8. Create thank you stickers in multiple languages to show appreciation to customers from different countries.
  9. Use thank you stickers as part of a packaging design to add a unique and memorable touch.
  10. Customize thank you stickers with a special message or offer for repeat customers or VIPs.
  11. Use thank you stickers to promote a social media hashtag or encourage customers to share their experience buying from you.
  12. Create thank you stickers that promote a cause or charity that your business supports.
  13. Create thank you stickers that are designed to be collected or traded, adding an element of fun and excitement for customers. This would take more work, but could be really fun!
  14. Use thank you stickers to promote a special event or sale, encouraging customers to come back and shop again.
  15. Create thank you stickers with QR codes that lead to a special offer or exclusive content for customers.


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