Here’s another video tutorial for all my planner friends that use the Cricut. Making offsets around your stickers to create cut files is one the most requested how-tos I get. I’ll cover:
- What is a blackout file?
- How to use Pixlr to create an offset in a few simple steps
- Create different offsets around different stickers on the same sheet
- Save as a ready to cut image for Cricut
Here are the link to the free printable examples used in the video:
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Tips: I always get asked what sticker paper to use. Here are my favorites: White Sticker Paper, Removable White Sticker Paper, Waterproof White Sticker Paper (if you want the slick, glossier one). The regular sticker paper can be used in an inkjet or laser printer. The waterproof type is only for inkjet printers.
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