Stickers. Stickers. So many uses for stickers!  In case you are tuning in for the first time, we are on Day 3 of the 12 Days of ScanNCut!  And one of you is going to win your very own ScanNCut2!

It’s amazing how many things I can find to label and sticker-ize when given the opportunity, but I thought ’tis the season for leftovers. 


When you purchase the Printable Sticker Starter Kit, you will receive an activation code to use in ScanNCutCanvas — this code will enable the ability to create a PDF to print your design and pick from 100 sticker templates available.  OH! And PS, I have a laser printer, not an inkjet printer, and it works just fine!  Here is a little sneak peek of how the Sticker Tool in ScanNCutCanvas looks:

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This sticker kit (available in both postcard and letter sizes) is different than many other kits out there, due to the 4 step process. 

  1. Print or draw design
  2. Apply laminate sheet
  3. Cut out stickers
  4. Stick’m!

Okay, so it’s really just a 3-step process, but the sticking is the best part.  Watch as I show you how simple it is to create custom stickers:


I love that these stickers are reposition-able on most glass or plastic surfaces.  Be sure to test first!  

*I mention this in the video, but the download files have a bleed allowance included for lining up the cut file with your printed stickers.  I failed do that for the photo above. :)*

I’m already planning freezer meal instruction stickers and stickers for organizing the kids’ rooms.  I have found that dry and wet erase markers work well for adding a date or note to the label!  


What would you sticker-ize?  Besides everything. ;)

Use the widget below to enter the giveaway for your very own ScanNCut2! (with the Rhinestone Starter Kit!)  If you already entered, remember I am adding new entry forms each day! And you can share daily for extra entries as well! 

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