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Pantone Sticker Chips

SKU: PLV-STICKER

Looking for an easy way to share your brand colours or colour palettes? Introducing Pantone Sticker Chips, a new, customizable, on-demand reference for Pantone Matching System® spot colours. On each printed sheet, choose up to five PMS colours with seven stickers per colour. Attach Pantone Sticker Chips to your design files to make communicating and evaluating colour throughout your supply chain even easier.

Please note we are currently improving our production process and have temporarily deactivated some colors identified for realignment. We appreciate your patience during this time.

£24.00 ( inc. VAT )

Important Notice:

1) On-Demand Prints are specially produced in, and shipped from, the USA. All other products are shipped from UK. Therefore, this product can only be ordered and invoiced separately from other products. Please either check out your other products first or empty your cart before proceeding to Build Your Sheet.

2) In addition to shipping costs, customer is also responsible for the payment of any required duties and taxes.

Format

  • One-sided sheet printed digitally on coated paper stock
  • Choose up to five different PMS colours per sheet as removable, adhesive paper chips
  • Each page provides 35 total chips per sheet; five colour rows of seven 2.54 cm x 3.49 cm chips
  • Produced by Pantone colour technicians on special coated proofing paper

Colour

  • Choose from any of our Formula Guide Coated or Pastels Coated Spot Colours (excludes Metallics and Neons)
  • Ideal format for shipping and sharing with teams and partners
  • Customizable to include your most specifically needed colours
  • Each colour displayed with coordinating numbers or names

Application

  • Use for easily attaching colour to mood boards, sketches and concepts and for colour specification, sharing, and evaluation
  • Ideal for rush projects, as chips can ship within 24-48 hours of your order
  • Reliable colour produced at the lowest possible variance to Master Standard data