Celebrate Easter in your bullet journal with these free printable stickers. Download this file for free and a PNG file with transparent background for use in Silhouette Studios, a SVG file with cutlines, a PDF and a bonus PNG with background to use with Cricut.
So I’ve been a bit slack in posting – again. Ok, well I’ve been busy working on renos in our home, along with being a bit lazy and not using my time productively… I feel a productivity post coming on! Anyway, as an apology, I’ve created this sheet of printable Easter stickers for you to use as you like. There are some simple instructions below to guide you through if you’ve never used printable stickers before.
Free Printable Easter Stickers
Included in this download are one PDF file, a SVG file and PNG file with transparent background for use with a Silhouette and one PNG file to use with a Cricut.
Printing and Cutting by Hand
You Will Need:
You can use either the PDF or the PNG version of the file. Just print and cut. If you would like them slightly smaller you can change your printer settings and scale them to the size you want (see image below). If you don’t have sticker paper, you can also just print on copy paper and stick into your journal with a glue stick.
Using a Silhouette machine
You Will Need:
- Open the transparent PNG file in Silhouette Studio
- You can place this and resize it in your workspace as required
- Select Trace Area and highlight the images
- Select Outline and increase the Threshold to 100%, then click “Trace Outer Edge”. This will create red cut lines around the images.
- In order to add a slight edge around the image and where the blade will cut, use the selection tool to highlight the images, then select the Offset tool. Change the distance to whatever your prefer, I like a distance of 0.02 inches. This will add a second red cut line around the images. Make sure you delete the first set of cut lines before cutting.
- Next print the file on your printer using sticker paper.
- Place your sticker paper on your Silhouette cutting mat and load into the machine, ensuring the registration marks are at the top and the arrow of the mat is fed into the machine first.
- In your Silhouette design space, select Send. The cut lines will appear in dark red. Select the appropriate settings for kiss-cutting the sticker paper (if you need settings for this send me an email and I’ll forward you the settings I use).
- Make sure your Silhouette machine is plugged in and click send.
- Voila! Stickers created!
PS. If you don’t want to resize the printables, I’ve already created the SVG file for you with cutlines included. Just open this in Silhouette Studio and follow steps 6 – 10 above.
Using a Cricut machine
Unfortunately I don’t own a Cricut machine so do not know the ins and outs of how this works but I have still created a PNG with cutlines that are required for the Cricut Design space. If you do use this, please let me know if it works or more importantly if it doesn’t!!
I’ve purposefully left them black and white so that you can add your own touches of colour. I hope you enjoy using these printables in your planner!
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