Custom stickers have never been so popular, or so easy to make, when you have your Cricut machine to help you out. Want to make custom Cricut stickers for your planner? an upcoming party? your business? Watch how easy it is to upload images to Cricut – then turn them into stickers!
Supplies for making stickers
- Sticker Paper
- Cricut Design Space
- Cricut Explore or Maker
- Image you want to turn into a sticker (I used this watercolor unicorn set)
Upload image to Design Space
Resize the image if needed.
Printing stickers with a Cricut
Follow prompts to print the design. Toggle on the option for Bleed. This adds a bit of color around the outside of your image so that you don’t end up with a sliver of white around it after it’s cut. It will look a little fuzzy when it prints, but the cut looks correct.
Make sure you put the Sticker Paper into your printer the right way. Mine has to go right side down! (PS Cricut brand Sticker Paper always jams my printer, so that’s why I recommend these label sheets instead.)
Position the paper on the mat and continue to follow directions by loading mat into machine and pressing cut. For the labels I recommend above, I set the material to printable vinyl.
This is how the final stickers came out! My sticker set printed out on two sheets of sticker paper, but I combined them to one. How happy would this set make a little girl (or you!) in your life?
See how easy it is to upload images? So many possibilities for your Cricut open up when you can do that huh. What do you want to make stickers for?
- Sticker Paper
1. Find the image or images you want to turn into stickers (check Etsy, sites like Design Bundles) It should be a jpg or png
2. Upload the image into Design Space
3. If the image has a white background, click around it to remove. If the image was a png, the background will probably already be gone (Design Space will put a checkered pattern around it)
4. Save for "print then cut" and insert the image into your project
5. Repeat to add more stickers and resize as necessary. The printable area limits are 6.75 inches x 9.25 inches
6. Load sticker paper into printer
7. Click Make It in Design Space, then Send to Printer
8. Use the system dialog to print at the best quality
9. Set material to printable vinyl and load mat
10. Cricut will scan for the black printer outlines, then cut around each sticker
If you want to watch a video tutorial of the same process, but with a different image, check out this post about uploading images to Design Space.
This walkthrough video shows different images, but the process is the same.