Like everyone else, one of my resolutions is to get more organized. As part of this plan, I’ll show you how to make planner stickers with your Cricut to make being organized more fun. If you haven’t used print then cut yet, you are missing out on one of the best features of your Cricut.
What You Need to Make Planner Stickers with Your Cricut
Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker
You don’t technically need Cricut Access for this project, but it definitely makes it so much easier. You have access to so many more images with Access. I have an Eric Condren planner. The squares in my planner are approximately 2″ by 2″. Just measure your planner to make sure you design your stickers small enough to fit.
Click here to watch my video showing how to design your own stickers.
Printing Your Stickers
Loading the sticker paper into your printer can be tricky. I used Cricut sticker paper for this project, and there is printing on the backside of the paper. This made it super easy to load into the printer. I have used other brands in the past that work well but it can be difficult to determine which is the backside of the paper. If you have this problem, pull a little bit of the corner up to determine which is the waxy back paper and which will be the sticker.
The sticker paper will print with a heavy black registration line around your stickers.
The Cricut will cut around each individual sticker.
This was a super easy project. I love how I can personalize my stickers just the way I want them. I make a couple of Mickey icon stickers and even a sticker of my own emoji.
Resolve to be organized and make some cut planner stickers to help you!