Planner Sticker Sheets

How To Make Sticker With Cricut 2020

I can’t believe I’m finally getting around to making this vlog, but I’m so excited. Today I want to walk you through how I make my planner sticker sheets for Frame Your World Co.

First, let me tell you what I use to make the stickers. They are an investment, but totally worth it if making stickers is your goal.

  1. iPad Pro* & Apple Pencil*
  2. Procreate
  3. Adobe Photoshop
  4. Cricut explore*

For anyone new here, I’m Leanne, I’m a writer, artist, and the owner of Frame Your World World, a lifestyle and gift business based online. In today’s video I’ll show you how I make my planner stickers.


I draw the stickers I want to use on my iPad Pro and once I’m happy with them, I’ll export them as a PNG to my computer.


Once I have them on the computer, I’ll upload into Photoshop to add some final touches and move my stickers into place on a pre-set backing template I’ve made as a backing card for my planner stickers. You don’t have to do this, but it’s what I’ve chosen to do for Frame Your World’s sticker collection.


Save your stickers and the backing sheet separate as a PNG file onto your computer.


Open up Cricut and upload both files into the canvas area. Once you have them placed on the edge of the mat, click make and get ready to print.


Send your stickers to your printer, and make sure your Cricut machine is switched on and the dial turned to custom. Once printed load them on the mat exactly as you see on your Cricut screen.


Choose your material on the Cricut machine – there are lots to choose from. You may needed to play around with the settings, but there’s one for sticky labels and stickers in there for you to start with.


Press the Cricut button on your machine once your matt has been placed into the Cricut machine. Viola! You will have your stickers in no time.

Let me know if you’ve tried this yet, and if you would like to check out my sticker collection available on Etsy shop here.

*Some of the links used in this post are affiliate links to the items I recommend on Amazon. They do not alter or cost anyone anything, but by clicking on them you are supporting me as a local creator to keep writing and creating.