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Jensen Photo Booth now features STICKER PRINTS

Photo stickers have been wildly popular in Japan for several years – now that popularity is starting to catch on here in the US.  Instead of standard 2x6 photo booth prints, you can now choose sticker prints for a nominal extra charge.  Here are some creative ways you can use the stickers:

  • 2×6 photo booth strips, one strip for guest, one strip to stick to photo album for bride and groom.
  • Use the booth strips for a beautiful photo poster that your guests will sign. 
  • Create custom shaped photo stickers for parties and events with hand held die cutters.
  • Mix photos, marketing messages and branding with stickers – such as for ski helmets, skate boards, back of cell phones, running events, school lockers, bumper stickers; the list goes on.


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Really superb information ! Glad to view this post !

October 22, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterPhoto booth Wollongong

It's really great. Sticker prints will look more attractive. Thanks for giving the complete description on it. Great that now it's also available in US. Photos are the memories that we always want to keep with us. It's just the way to capture our memories. Making stickers will make them more attractive. Keep posting.

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