How to Print

Ive had a few questions on facebook about how I print my printables. And the honest answer is… very easily.To print, simply download the file and open in a pdf viewer, that can be preview on a mac, or even in your browser on a pc. Select print from the menu and find your printer.

  • Print on sticker paper or plain paper.
  • Cut by hand with scissors, knife, trimmer, or machine.
  • If you print on plain paper, you can make it sticky with glue, a tape runner, or a xyron machine.

Heres what I use…71rc67clhxl-_sl1500_

  • I print on plain paper using a laser printer.
  • I cut out using regular scissors.
  • I use a Xyron 150 for stickers.
  • I use a glue stick for all other boxes.

OR

  • I print on sticker paper using a laser printer
  • I cut using my Silhouette Portrait
  • I use the free cut files from my own printables

If I’m not using sticker paper, I then lay out my boxes and elements onto my page before sticking them down. This way I can make sure the pages look how I need them before making things permanent.

You can also use repositional sticker paper in the Xyron so things can be moved around.

Whats your set up? And how do you plan?

2 thoughts on “How to Print

  1. KRR says:

    sorry if I’m missing it, but what about the registration marks for the svc files? I see them on the cut files, but they’re not on the printable page. Am I just being dumb?

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    • nicolafred says:

      SVG files are just given as is. I do not own a cricut machine or software so I can’t support. No registration marks are on the PDFs you’ll need to add these by following the steps included in the separate cut file. The cut file is generic and can be used for ANY of my printables that offer it. Hope that helps.

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