|This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own|
I feel like kraft paper is like burlap - it's a classic we can all get behind. Plus, There are sooooo many ways to use this stuff and when you add adhesive on the back...ohhhh emmmm gee. So today I'm not only sharing my ideas, but also a free Silhouette Studio sticker set cut file, and the perfect cut settings for adhesive printable kraft paper sheets.
I decided to create a set of shipping stickers that are perfect for a handmade shop - and yes I'll share. You can download the free set of stickers below. You could also use these brown kraft paper labels to label the tops of mason jars or to add a label to a notebook that maybe isn't quite as cute as it could be. Wink Wink.
Of course any color (except white) can be printed on these kraft paper sticker sheets, but I think black looks the best.
So set up your design in Silhouette Studio. If you're not sure how to create sticker designs you might want to check my Ultimate Silhouette Guide to Print and Cut. Basically stickers are just like any other print and cut, but they're printed on a sticker sheet rather than paper.
Add registration marks to your work area.
Place the Online Labels Kraft Paper sheet into your printer (they sell it for inkjet AND laser printers) so it's oriented so it will print on the brown paper side rather than the backing. In Silhouette Studio click the Print icon.
When it's finished printing, place the sheet on a Silhouette cutting mat.
In Silhouette Studio, from the Cut Settings tool, pick "Kraft Paper Adhesive" from the Material Type list.
Place the printed sheet onto the Silhouette cutting mat and load it into the Silhouette CAMEO or Portrait.
Even though this is the Online Labels brand, these default cut settings worked perfectly and I ended up with perfect kiss cut stickers!
When they're finished cutting, weed away the excess adhesive kraft paper and get stickin'!
I love this set so much - super cute for envelopes and outgoing happy mail.
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