An inexpensive way to make stickers is just get a photo print and trim as needed. Apply with glue or double sided sticky tape. That's how I make large posters. My local Walgreens Pharmacy has in-store photo processing. You can also get up to 2 X 8 ft banners. Depending on what equipment the store has it can be printed on photo paper or poster board. For the things I do I take them a CD with my image files. You need good dpi (dots per inch) resolution for posters so the files are huge. Much to large to Internet transfer.
I'd like to take an opportunity to thank forum member Freddy for his generosity in making and sending me these A1 stickers that really compliment my new anthrastat I recently purchased from Axeman. As stated previously, the stat was without the comely little original sticker and, to my sentimental eye at least, seemed like something was missing.
Very nice indeed. Both the aged look and the new.
I would be remiss if I also did not thank Rob R for his assistance in this matter. He was the conduit to the project getting off the ground and always seems to be willing to help out others.