Microsoft Designer: Create customized stickers with Sticker Creator

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Microsoft Designer: Create customized stickers with Sticker Creator

Microsoft Designer has a new feature, Sticker Creator, which can help you generate stickers from scratch or use the editable prompts available by the Designer.

Aaslesha Rajaram, a Product Manager on the Microsoft Designer team, said:

Sticker Creator is a new feature in Microsoft Designer that helps you bring fun, creative energy to your documents, invitations, posters, and presentations or for use in your favorite messaging app or social media posts. 

Sticker Creator uses the artificial intelligence tool DALL-E to generate custom stickers based on a description you provide. The best part is that you don’t need any fancy design skills or experience to use the tool. Just enter what you want your sticker to look like and let the AI do the rest!

How does it Sticker Creator in Microsoft Designer?

Go to Sticker Creator in Microsoft Designer and create or sign in to a Microsoft account. In the Description box, describe the sticker you want to make and select Generate.

Once generated, you can download or copy & paste your sticker and use it in your document, messaging app, presentations, or social media posts.

You can also use it to create stickers for logos, icons, cartoons, emojis, memes, and more. You can try using your prompts or the standard prompts in the app.

Here are the tips & tricks mentioned in the official blog post to use the feature better:

Tips and tricks

  • Experiment with your prompts! There are many sample prompts included with Designer that use a fill-in-the-blank format, so you can use these to play around with Sticker Creator and see what the tool can do.
  • Occasionally, you’ll see misspelled words within your sticker images due to limitations with DALL-E. Always double-check the spelling in your sticker (if they include text) and recreate it to fix any errors.
  • If you’re ready to take your creation skills even further, check out these expert tips on using Sticker Creator and Microsoft Designer.

Currently, Sticker Creator is available in English, and Microsoft promises that it will soon be available in other languages, too. The feature is available to anyone on the web with a Microsoft account.

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