Get these free pretty Watercolor Florals Silhouette Print & Cut File in this week’s Silhouette Saturday!
I love Watercolors! They’re whimsical, classic and oh so pretty. For this week’s Silhouette Saturday, I created a sheet of Floral Watercolor Print and Cuts. I turned them into stickers but you can use them however you like.
The stickers are a simple way to pretty up your notecards and mail.
If you want to turn them into stickers like I did, here’s how!
- Silhouette CAMEO (or Portrait)
- Clear Printable Sticker Paper or White Sticker Paper
- Note cards and envelopes
- Watercolor Florals Print and Cut File* (click to download)
*Notes on cut file:
- The cut file is for personal use only.
- Please note this is a .studio3 file. If you haven’t updated your software, you need to do that first to be able to use this. It’s always a good idea to keep your software up to date! You can update it here.
- To open the design, open Silhouette Studio first. Then use File>Open and select the saved cut file.
(Note: The file is a full sheet of stickers. I’d used half of them already in this image!)
- Open the file in Silhouette Studio. I’ve already set up the cut lines and registration marks for you.
- Print the file on sticker paper using your printer.
- Once printed, use your Silhouette to cut the stickers out, using the recommended cut settings for the media type. Tip: I always use the “test cut” feature in the cut setting window which cuts a tiny triangle within a square in the top corner to make sure it cuts through properly.
- Use the pretty stickers however you please!
People always ask what kind of printer I use. I have an Epson Workforce 7620 and I love it! It prints heavy materials like a boss and can print sizes up to 13″ x 19″.
JOIN OUR SILHOUETTE FACEBOOK GROUP! For all of you silhouette lover’s out there, my friend Kimber of The Pinning Mama and I have created a new Silhouette Facebook Group where you can share what you are working on, get inspired by others, and ask all the questions you have- no matter how basic or complex! Our goal is to be a community for the crafty where we can learn and be inspired! If you would love to learn more about your Silhouette, share what you are up to, and find new project inspiration then come hang out with us by requesting to join the Silhouette Facebook group here. Did I mention we share a FREE Silhouette cut file EVERY Friday!? Join the fun!