Let’s Make Floral Laminated Stickers with Cricut and Procreate So You Can Make Money!
Let’s make pretty floral laminated stickers with Cricut and Procreate. Back in July I showed you how to make a sticker with Cricut and Procreate. This time I’m going to show you how I do it using my desktop and the Cricut Design Space app along with laminating my stickers.
Supplies I’m Using to Make Pretty Floral Laminated Stickers with Cricut and Procreate
For this tutorial on making laminated stickers I am listing everything I used here:
- iPad Pro Gen 3 12.9″
- Apple Pencil 2
- Apple Pencil Grip*
- Cricut Maker + Cricut Design Space*
- My Printer is the Canon TR8520*
- I use sticker paper from Online Labels – specifically the Weatherproof Gloss Inkjet (choose inkjet if you use an inkjet printer)
- Scotch Laminator*
- 3 MIL Laminating Pouches*
- Roland Blades for Cricut*
- Xinart Mat (light)*
- Matte Scotch Tape*
- Paper Trimmer*
- Weeding Tools*
*are affiliate links where I make a little bit of money when you purchase through those links
The reason I recommend laminating is that it makes the sticker slightly more durable than just using the Weatherproof glossy paper from Online labels. I like that. And, I also like to remind people to tell customers not to run things through the dishwasher with these stickers on them. Hand wash carefully to make sure they last a long time.
Watch Me Make Pretty Floral Laminated Stickers with Cricut and Procreate
Making these pretty floral laminated stickers was pretty easy. I realize you can have them printed professionally, but when you’re just starting out and if you have a cutting machine it’s really easy to get started. You don’t have to purchase a lot up front in inventory and hope that it sells. I do use some pro printers on popular designs.
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00:45 – Drawing in Procreate
03:21 – Creating a border on the sticker in Procreate
06:15 – Setting up my design in Cricut Design Space
11:13 – Printing
13:15 – Laminating
18:15 – Cutting on Cricut Maker Supplies
Tips for Lamination and Cricut Issues
- Try using matte scotch tape to place over your black lines.
- Also, try turning off lights around your device. I find that if all of my studio lights are on, it cannot read properly and throws it all off for me.
- Some people have luck cutting their lamination down to fit just over the sticker area, inside the black lines – yes, pull your lamination apart. I didn’t have luck with this as it ruined my lamination machine by getting stuck inside.
Buy This Laminated Sticker
I sell all of my pins and stickers in my shop at hollypixelsstudio.com. I offer my art in lots of other formats there too. I keep things separate from here, so it’s not confusing to the customer. What we sell here is digital downloads, and over there is my personal art. You can get stickers shipped for free!
Show me Your Stickers!
Be sure to tag me on Instagram and show me your stickers after you follow this tutorial.