Joe, I just went on the store, and noticed that it's three bucks for one sticker, and over 80 dollars for a fifty pack. I don't want to speak for everyone else, but that might be a bit out of my price range. I know that you said you weren't trying to make a profit, so I thought of ways that you could make the stickers more affordable. I did some research, and found that sticker paper is about 12 dollars for a packet of thirty sheets. If you were to rework the original sticker image from the current five by three shape to a 3.8 by 8, you could fit three stickers to a page easily, or keep them at the three by five and use the extra strip for a bumper sticker or whatnot. You could print the stickers yourself, and find a store or friend with a paper cutter, so the actual making of the stickers wouldn't take very long at all. By creating the stickers yourself, you could go from 2.99 a sticker to about 14 cents a sticker, not including shipping and store expenses. You would probably have to switch from cafepress, as they produce and ship the product by themselves, but I'm sure you can find a better website, and if not, there is a store website that allows you to import listings from eBay to an online store, which could be the easiest option. I would be willing to assist you if you thought to adopt this method.
I think if you tried this method, it would be much easier to create bulk packages of the stickers, which is kind of what people need if they want to use them for advertising purposes (handing them out, miscellaneous sticking to things)
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