This year, 5th grade is doing a Secret Santa between the students. So, I’ve taken it upon myself to be the teacher’s Secret Santa! For the first day, I decided to do stickers for her personal book collection, made with my Silhouette Cameo 3 and a simple print and cut. This is perfect timing, because OnlineLabels.com recently sent me some sticker paper to try out.
The product I used in this project was 8.5″ by 11″ standard white matte sticker paper (item OL177WX) which can be found at this link. Pricing is based on quantity purchased, but ranges from $0.12 to $0.07 per sheet. Now, I’ve used a lot of different sticker papers, and this one was great! The paper weight was perfect for everyday use, it kiss cut wonderfully (using a rachet blade, depth 2, speed 4, thickness 6), and the stickiness is enough to keep the sticker wherever I put it.
Here’s a few pictures of the stickers I created:
Want to make your own stickers? Download the file in .studio3 format here, you’ll just need to add your own text.
Thanks OnlineLabels.com for sending me product to try out!
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