The Silhouette Printable Clear Sticker Papers came with instructions on the packaging that tells you how to use it. Basically, it's just print-and-cut as usual. The packaging does not specify if it would work with inkjet or laser printers and so I was relieved when the paper printed fine with my Canon PIXMA inkjet printer.
I am currently using Silhouette Studio Designer Edition v2.9.45d, otherwise known as the Legacy version, and I was surprised to see that the default cut setting calls for a double cut. From past experience, I know that my Silhouette Cameo makes nicer cuts with a lower setting and so I did a guess-timate and made some adjustments to the cut settings.
|Default setting for Silhouette brand Printable Clear Sticker Paper|
To make a kiss-cut (i.e. only cutting the top layer without cutting through the backing paper), I used the cardstock setting but adjusted the thickness down. I did not use double-cut at all.
These are the settings that I used:
Kiss-Cut: Blade: 3, Speed 3, Thickness 20
Regular Cut (i.e. cut through backing paper): Blade 3, Speed 3, Thickness 33
I used a relatively old blade and a very well-loved mat to cut out today's clear stickers. I have no doubt that with a new blade and/or cutting mat, an even lighter setting would suffice in cutting out the clear stickers.
I'll post more info as I make more stickers with these clear adhesive-backed papers.
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