Probably one of the most requested how-to videos for the Cricut Design Space : How do I resize my images to print at the right size for my planner?

Whether you are using my free printables or others that you may get from Etsy or other blogs – you will need to resize these files in order for them to fit your planner.

Because these images are a 300 dpi (high resolution) Cricut will never be able to render them at the same size that they were created to fit the different planner sizes. I’ve tried – I’ve worked with support on this but no luck. BUT – there is an easy way to resize any of your planner printables.

So I put together this video showing you how to:

  • What is a high resolution file?
  • What 3 things do you need?
  • How to resize – with 2 different examples.

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Tips: I always get asked what sticker paper to use. Here are my favorites: White Sticker PaperRemovable White Sticker PaperWaterproof 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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