How to Find Custom Snowboard Stickers

How to Find Custom Snowboard Stickers
Personalizing your snowboard is not just about what your board says about you but how your board makes you feel. While you are riding the lift or tightening your bindings, your custom stickers will be there to remind you of a certain saying, brand, place or way of life that you stand for. If you are going to make your board stand apart from the rest, custom stickers are more powerful than mass-produced ones.


Difficulty: Moderately Easy

Things You’ll Need:
  • pen and paper
  • Internet access
Step 1
Decide what type of sticker or stickers you want on your snowboard. Knowing what type of graphic or words, if any, you want makes it that much easier to search for custom stickers or to start designing your own.
Step 2
Use the Internet to find a custom sticker maker, such as This is the best way to get stickers made in a design that you create. There is nothing more unique than a design that you have thought up and drawn out. If you enjoy designing snowboard stickers, you may even wish to try printing a larger quantity and selling them at your local gear shop or ski area.
Step 3
Use online image editors to create a design if you aren't apt to taking out pen and paper at first. Some sites, such as, have a free image-editor tool that allows you to design stickers online.
Step 4
Seek out sticker collectors because they might also have a treasure trove of custom stickers that may be just what you were looking for to slap on your board or skis. Check out for a list of interesting sticker and decal collection sites.
Step 5
Visit your local outdoor gear shop. Chains such as REI or EMS are not going to be a great bet for custom stickers, but locally owned, one-of-a-kind shops just might have some stickers that someone at the shop or from the local boarding community have created and printed a limited amount. These are usually sold individually.

Article Written By Naomi Judd

Naomi M. Judd is a naturalist, artist and writer. Her work has been published in various literary journals, newspapers and websites. Judd holds a self-designed Bachelor of Arts in adventure writing from Plymouth State University and is earning a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the University of Southern Maine.

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