Saturday, April 7, 2018

How To Make Stickers With Your Cricut


Hello guys!
It's been a while. I've been busy with work and some family illness related issues that are finally ending and I'm so happy for that. There's still one more step left and we can call it overcome, so please include me in your prayers, I would very much appreciate so.
Now that I kind of stopped worrying so much I found the time to edit this post and a video to show you guys my process in creating a custom setting to cut my stickers with my Cricut Maker but I also show you how to di this using a Cricut Explore. So here it is.
I love stickers since I was a little kid. I would collect them and I still have some from back then that remind me so much of my childhood.


Being able to cut stickers opened up a whole new world for me. I use them on my journals, my planners, on my photos and I give them away to my nieces and friends.
This video shows you how to create a custom setting to achieve the best cut every time and for different types of paper.

Die Cut Stickers
I created these stickers form real watercolor paintings I did last weekend as part of a Teela Cunningham's Course. You can find the course here. They came out kinda cute, so I decided to turn them into stickers.
Vellum envelope for Die Cut Stickers
I hope you find the information on this video useful, remember the link to the PNG files to make these Handmade Watercolor Stickers is at the bottom of the page, free for you to download.

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7 comments:

  1. Omar Great video. is there any chance you could tell me how to do this with my Cameo 3
    Blessings Jocelan

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  2. Best tutorial on making stickers I've seen. Thanks!

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  3. Great Video, just found your site & YouTube Channel! Will be binge watching for sure :) TFS

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  4. Thank you so much on the tutorial! Tfs💖

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  5. Thank you for the tutorial. I will definitely be watching more of your videos.

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