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How to Make Stickers and Labels with a Cricut Machine

June 12, 2017

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

Hey friends! I've been a die cut machine owner for years now and have used it for a zillion different things, but one of my favorite ways to use my Cricut machine is to make my own DIY stickers. Why? Because you can use stickers to pretty much label anything and everything, so my organization obsessed brain LOVES making labels and stickers :) Sadly, so many Cricut owners only use their machines to cut vinyl or paper and that needs to change. It's so easy to learn how to make stickers with your Cricut machine! I put together a super quick tutorial to teach you how to make stickers and labels with your Cricut machine.

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How to Make Stickers & Labels With a Cricut Machine

This tutorial will show you how I created a cute sticker label for my DIY bug spray, but you can use the same methods to create any kind of sticker or label for yourself!

Steps:

Just follow along with the video below to learn how to make your own stickers in the Cricut Design Space. Note that actually printed and cut 2 for myself because I have 2 bottles of this DIY bug spray and needed 2 labels. If you want multiple copies of the same sticker/label, just copy your design once you have flattened it and paste it. THEN you will want to select both flattened designs and flatten them again, so that they become a single design and print/cut together. If your design is too large, you may not be able to print more than one per page, but for organization labels and stickers, they are typically small enough to fit multiple stickers on the same page :)

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These custom stickers and personalized labels turn out perfectly and there is literally no end to the possibilities of how and where you can use them! Check out how this particular label looks on my DIY Bug Spray. So cute! And since we mix a lot of our own household cleaners, YES, we really do need labels on our spray bottles so that we know what they are :)

Do DEET based bug sprays scare you?! Me too! You can make DIY bug spray at home! This natural bug spray is easy to make and costs less than store-bought bug spray. This is the most straight-forward DIY bug spray recipe I have found.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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