Using which Adobe software? InDesign?
Use the Data merge feature.
1. Create a *.txt file with a field name ("text") and your sticker text. Copy/paste for as many stickers as you need for 1 page (here for example: 7)
2. Create a InDesign file, 1 single page. Create a paragraph style for your text.
Draw your sticker and 1 text frame and place it on the upper edge. Do not write your sticker text.
3. Open the Data merge panel. In the panel's menu click "choose data source" and browse to your *.txt file. Check the spaces option if there are spaces in your text (example: between happy and birthday)
4. Data merge panel: Drag the Data source label in your text frame. Apply the paragraph style
5. Data merge Panel: Click on the tiny data merge button. In the following window choose above "All records" and below "Multiple records". Click Preview.
6. For the exact layout use the other tabs "Layout with multiple records" and "Options"
7. Since the preview function is buggy, click Cancel, reopen the window and click ok without using the preview.
8. For another sticker only change the text in your *.txt file. Then go to the Data merge panel's menu and choose "Update data source".
Read Details in the help file: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/data-merge.html
There are Tutorials on youtube too.
Or what about using text variables? It would be simpler to set up than data merge but they are limited to a single line.
In your example you have two lines on the first sticker and one on the second. Is that typical? If so, you'd have to figure out how to handle the variations. Maybe three variables: 1st line, 2nd line, Single line. And use styles to control the formatting for both sizes.
This variable is commonly used for inserting placeholder text, or a text string that may need to be changed quickly. For example, if you’re working on a project that uses a code name for a company, you can create a custom text variable for the code name. When you are able to use the real company name, you can simply change the variable to update all the occurrences. To insert special characters in a text variable, click the triangle to the right of the text box.
Note: Adding too much text to a variable may cause overset or compressed text. Variable text does not break across lines.
Thank you! This looks promising! I need to find a little time to play with it, but I think it is exactly what I was looking for!
Just use Fine/Replace. On a Mac you hit command-f (windows, control-f?) and use that window. It's simple. Not sure what all the other hassle is in the rest of this thread.