Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Silhouette tutorial: Print It, Cut It, Stick It! Making Sticker Labels That Are Uniquely Yours

http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2014/03/how-to-make-sticker-labels/


2 more days till Spring! I have been cleaning and reorganizing and my Silhouette Cameo has come in super handy when I needed some new labels. In case you are interested in making your own custom sticker labels, I have a tutorial on the Craftsy blog just for you!


I included many screenshots in the step-by-step tutorial so that you can follow it easily.


The tutorial will show you how to make the labels pictured above and once you get the hang of it, you will find that it only takes some small adjustments to make labels like the ones below.


So start your Silhouette Studio program, click HERE to see my tutorial, and let's make some labels together!


File used:
Ice Princess graphic set




6 comments :

  1. Awesome tutorial as always you are so talented
    Deb Crowder

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  2. I love this tutorial, Jin. Thanks for taking the time to share your talent with us. I just got my Silhouette machine with SSDE and am learning VERY SLOWLY how to print and cut a personalized box card (from the Silhouette Online Store) for my son's birthday. Is there any way you could do a step-by-step tutorial on this kind of card? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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  3. Thank you for this great tutorial. I am able to make these perfectly in V2 but am failing miserably in V3. When I resize the image the dotted line and the 'property of' text do not resize with the rest of the image.

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  4. I have been trying to make print and cut stickers but I'm having a problem cutting them? I can print and cut them on card stock without a problem but everytime I use printable kraft paper or the printable vinyl, it will print just fine but it cuts the circles in the wrong place?? I'm so frustrated bc it works fine on card stock, I change nothing and it cuts the circles completely wrong on the vinyl and kraft paper. Any suggestions??

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  5. It's really nice post. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in sharing this. Keep sharing.. Sticker Printing

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