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How To Make Cricut Stickers With Cricut Print And Cut & Free Layout Template

A question I get asked by a lot of Cricut beginners is can you make stickers with Cricut? And the answer is a huge yes, if you have a Cricut Maker or Explore you can make print and cut stickers very easily, and there are several ways to do this. Today I am going to take you through How To Make Cricut Stickers in Cricut Design Space.

How to make stickers with Cricut and Cricut print and cut

If you have a Cricut Joy you can also make stickers, however these are cut out stickers, but still super cute. check out my guide to make Cricut Joy Stickers.

How To Make Cricut Joy Vinyl Stickers

How To Make Cricut Print And Cut Cricut Stickers

You Will Need

  • Printer, I use the HP Envy 5020 (Make sure you calibrate your printer to your Cricut before using for the first time, you will find the calibration button by clicking on the 3 lines next to CANVAS in the top left corner of Design Space)
  • Glossy sticker printer paper.
  • Cricut Maker
  • Cutting Mat
  • Cricut Tool Kit
How to make Cricut Stickers with print and cut in Cricut design space

Start By Deciding On A Template For Your Cricut Stickers

It’s a good idea to set a template pattern to start with, for the stickers I am making today I have chosen 3 simple shapes. This way you can plan what stickers to want to make, or at least have an idea of how many stickers and what size they will be, you need to be aiming for an overall size of 6.75. x 9.25 or less to use the print and cut feature.

If you make the pattern yourself position your layout and then right click and select attach in the bottom right hand corner of Cricut Design space. This will connect your layout together, now duplicate and put one copy to one side and un attach the other.

You now have one template to work on, and one as a spare. You can right click and download my template to upload and use, however won’t be able to edit it, although it will make a great guide. Heres who to add them to Design Space.

But the template it is in design space ready to access in design space if you follow this link.

You can now edit each template square one at a time to create your stickers.

Make a template and attach together to have a pattern to follow to make you print and cut stickers

How To Design Stickers In Cricut Design Space

Choose An Image

To design your stickers start by selecting some images in design space, I typed in rainbows, happy, spring and positive and selected my images. You can choose any images, even cut and layered images.

Choose images you want to feature in you stickers

Once I had all of my images I proceeded to build my stickers one by one. Starting with your first template, drag the 1st template square over from the template set and choose your first image.

Choose Your Background Pattern

Once you have decided on your image choose you background. On the top bar click on fill, choose pattern and choose a patten for the background.

choose a backgorund for your sticker

Flatten Your Image To Create A Printable Sticker

Now hover your image over the top of your background and size it to fit on your background before selecting all and clicking flatten in the bottom right corner. This will flatten the whole image into a flat printable image.

Now layer your image over the top select all and click flatten in the bottom righ hand corner

Organise Your Sticker Layout

When the images are flattened they look visibly different, the colours are more blended and softer. You can now re-arrange your stickers, right click and attach your stickers together.

Attaching ensures your stickers stay together and organised when you send to print and cut.

Flatten images to make Cricut print and cut stickers

How To Print Cricut Stickers

Once you are happy with you stickers, click on the corner and drag the attached images until they are the correct size to print and cut. They need to be 6.75. x 9.25 or less to use the print and cut feature. This is why I work to a template, I feel I can organise my stickers and there is less wastage as I can fill as much of my sticker sheet as possible.

Now click make it, this will take you to the print preview page, ensure you feed your sticker paper is the correct way into the printer and press print, when you unload your printer avoid touching the black guide line around the edge of the printed stickers as I find this smudges easily.

send you sheet to print

Once printed, gently put the sticker sheet on your cutting mat, I don’t roll it with a brayer as I usually would, simply gently press around the edge. But always ensure I use a sticky mat.

to make stickers on your Cricut use the printable vinyl setting with stickers paper

You will now be taken to the cut screen, here you can choose your material. I always use printable vinyl, this successfully cuts the top sticker layer only. And press go on your Cricut.

how to make stickers on Cricut with Print and cut

To Get My Free Spring Stickers And Sticker Template.

Simply click the image below to get your free downloadable daily January planner stickers and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop up blockers, and if your email doesn’t come through check your spam folder. If you’re a subscriber, check the members area the file is there ready to download.

More Print And Cut Projects.

Step by Step print and cut Tutorial to make Stickers with Cricut
How to make stickers with Cricut and Cricut print and cut

How To Make Stickers With Cricut

Yield: 1 Spring Sticker Sheet
Prep Time: 1 hour
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Difficulty: moderate
Estimated Cost: £1.60 per sheet

How to Make Stickers With Cricut, A Step by step tutorial taking you through designing stickers and print and cut in Cricut Design Space and free spring sticker template

Materials

  • Glossy sticker printer paper.
  • 10 sheets for £2.99
  • Or 50 for £8.99

Tools

  • Printer, I use the HP Envy 5020 (Make sure you calibrate your printer to your Cricut before using for the first time, you will find the calibration button by clicking on the 3 lines next to CANVAS in the top left corner of Design Space)
  • Scissors or guillotine
  • Cricut Maker
  • Cutting Mat
  • Cricut Tool Kit

Instructions

Step 1. Start By Deciding On A Template

    It’s a good idea to set a template pattern to start with, for the stickers I am making today I have chosen 3 simple shapes. This way you can plan what stickers to want to make, or at least have an idea of how many stickers and what size they will be, you need to be aiming for an overall size of 6.75. x 9.25 or less to use the print and cut feature.

    If you make the pattern yourself position your layout and then right click and select attach in the bottom right hand corner of Cricut Design space. This will connect your layout together, now duplicate and put one copy to one side and un attach the other.


    You now have one template to work on, and one as a spare. You can download my template to upload and use, however won’t be able to edit it, although it will make a great guide. But the template it is in design space ready to access in design space if you follow this link.

    You can now edit each template square one at a time to create your stickers.

    Make a template and attach together to have a pattern to follow to make you print and cut stickers

Step 2. How To Design Stickers In Cricut Design Space


    To design your stickers start by selecting some images in design space, I typed in rainbows, happy, spring and positive and selected my images. You can choose any images, even cut and layered images.

    Choose images you want to feature in you stickers

    Once I had all of my images I proceeded to build my stickers one by one. Starting with your first template, drag the 1st template square over from the template set and choose your first image.

    Once you have decided on your image choose you background. On the top bar click on fill, choose pattern and choose a patten for the background.

    choose a backgorund for your sticker

    Now hover your image over the top of your background and size it to fit on your background before selecting all and clicking flatten in the bottom right corner. This will flatten the whole image into a flat printable image.

    Now layer your image over the top select all and click flatten in the bottom righ hand corner

    When the images are flattened they look visibly different, the colours are more blended and softer. You can now re-arrange your stickers, right click and attach your stickers together.

    Attaching ensures your stickers stay together and organised when you send to print and cut.

    Flatten images to make Cricut print and cut stickers

    Step 3. How To Print Stickers With Cricut


    Once you are happy with you stickers, click on the corner and drag the attached images until they are the correct size to print and cut. They need to be 6.75. x 9.25 or less to use the print and cut feature. This is why I work to a template, I feel I can organise my stickers and there is less wastage as I can fill as much of my sticker sheet as possible.

    Now click make it, this will take you to the print preview page, ensure you feed your sticker paper is the correct way into the printer and press print, when you unload your printer avoid touching the black guide line around the edge of the printed stickers as I find this smudges easily.

    How to make stickers on Cricut and in Cricut Design Space

    Once printed, gently put the sticker sheet on your cutting mat, I don’t roll it with a brayer as I usually would, simply gently press around the edge. But always ensure I use a sticky mat.

    to make stickers on your Cricut use the printable vinyl setting with stickers paper

    You will now be taken to the cut screen, here you can choose your material. I always use printable vinyl, this successfully cuts the top sticker layer only. And press go on your Cricut.

    how to make stickers on Cricut with Print and cut

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