When Lettering Delights released the Little Ho-Ho-Ho-ligans the other day, I think I let out a yelp. No seriously, I think I did. I have been making stickers like crazy and the moment I laid eyes on the postage stamp image in the Little Ho-Ho-Ho-ligans Accents, I couldn't be more excited. I knew exactly what to do with it.
They are pretty easy to make but there are many repetitive steps in the process. Basically there are a lot of offsets, fill color, and turn off/on cut lines. If you have mastered the basics of Silhouette Studio (e.g., Offset, Fill Color, Line Style, etc.) this project would be a piece of cake.
I can't show you a full tutorial on making these stickers (too long!) but I am posting some tips here that should help you in case you want to try making some.
By the way, if you had missed my tip about the ¢ -symbol, just CLICK HERE to learn how you can add the ¢-symbol to your design in Silhouette Studio.
When preparing to cut out the stickers, use the settings of Blade 1, Speed 10, Thickness 18 to "kiss-cut" the stamps so that the backing paper is not cut out.
Before cutting out the outside rounded-rectangle, set the Silhouette Studio program to cut using the recommended settings for cutting heavy cardstock, or at Blade 3, Speed 3. Thickness 33.
So basically, that's it! These Santa stamps are pretty easy to make and I hope you have as much fun making yours as I did making mine! :-)
Little Ho-Ho-Ho-ligans Cut Its Set
Little Ho-Ho-Ho-ligans Paper Pack
Little Ho-Ho-Ho-ligans Accents
Sticker paper was purchased from Staples. You can find it HERE.