Monday, 19 June 2017

Homework and Reading Stickers

 Hi! Bev here with a project for some little stickers to help mark in my diary when my daughters reading and homework is due.  I really enjoy creating stickers and as a planner girl I find them so useful for marking things down and also use them for memory keeping.

What you will need:
  • Silhouette Cameo® or Silhouette Portrait®
  • Silhouette White Sticker Paper 
  • Printer
Step One

Open up a fresh page in your Silhouette Design Studio and set the page up with registration marks, cut and print lines.
Import the file in from your Silhouette library and ungroup the componants.

Delete all of the elements that you will not use (I kept the pencil and the stack of books).  Using the text tool, select a font and write Homework and Reading.  Resize the wording and pictures and select no cut in the cut settings

Select all parts of the design and press the offset button.  Reduce the distance around the design and group the design together.  Set the outline to cut.

Repeat this with the other icons and replicate on the page so you have multiple stickers filling the sheet.

Draw a rectangle around the designs and change the outline colour to a different colour than the stickers.  This will allow you to use the advanced cut settings and kiss cut the stickers and fully cut the outer box.  This enables you to keep all of your sticker sheets the same size.  I go more into depth on my tutorial here

   Send the design to the printer and cut following the cut settings in the link above.

I can't wait to see what stickers you come up with and I am so happy to share this with you.

Designs Used

First day of school planner set by PPbN Designs - Design ID#149240

Products Used

Light hold cutting mat for Cameo

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