How to Create & Cut Out Stickers with Your Cricut | Designs By Miss Mandee

How to Create & Cut Out Stickers with Your Cricut

It’s that time again—time for another spectacular, magnificent, information-filled Illustrator tutorial! If you’ve ever wondered if it was possible to make stickers with your Cricut, the answer is YES. And if you’ve wondered if you could turn your own custom designs into stickers, the answer is also a big YES. Watch my latest tutorial video, and learn how to create and cut out stickers with your Cricut.

Cut Out Stickers

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Illustrator tools you will be using:

Outline Stroke

Object>Path>Outline Stroke

 

Unite/Add

Window>Pathfinder>Unite

 

Cricut Design Space tools you will be using:

Ungroup

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Flatten

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Be sure to click the download button above to download these pumpkin stickers for yourself. They are the perfect fall addition to your planner, scrapbook, or craft project. And, if you’ve never made stickers before, it’s a great file to practice with.

If you’re looking for even more fun sticker freebies, check out the road trip sticker book I made recently! There are some fun activity pages as well as some cute car stickers you can download.

Have fun utilizing these pumpkin stickers! And best of luck creating your own unique sticker designs! What kind of stickers do you plan on making?

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2 Comments

2 Comments on How to Create & Cut Out Stickers with Your Cricut

  1. Tabatha
    September 19, 2016 at 8:28 am (2 years ago)

    Hi Mandee,
    Great tutorial! I have always wanted to make my own stickers! What kind of sticker paper do you use? I know there are a ton out there and it’s so overwhelming to figure out which one to use!

    Reply
    • Mandee
      September 19, 2016 at 9:34 am (2 years ago)

      Thanks Tabatha! In this tutorial, I was using the plain, matte sticker paper from World Label, but you can use whatever suits your fancy really. Matte sticker paper tends to do better with ink jet printers like I, and most people, have at home. I’ve used the matte sticker paper from Staples as well, and that works fine too. I want to try out clear sticker paper and see how that does, but haven’t gotten the chance yet. 🙂

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