Stickers are one of my absolute favorite things to make with my die cutting machine, and in this Silhouette print & cut tutorial, I’ll show you how I make kiss cut sticker sheets with a Silhouette Cameo.
Kiss cutting just means that the machine makes a cut through only the sticker sheet and not the whole way through the sticker sheet backer paper. We cut the rectangle sticker sheets separately, and those ARE cut the whole way through, so you end up with professional looking sticker sheets with individual stickers that you can peel from the sheets.
In the video, I also share step-by-step tutorials for making cut files for high resolution PNG images both with and without margins, plus I show you how to use tracefiles to create cut lines for images.
Cut Settings : In the video, I used the default cut settings for the Silhouette Brand White Sticker Paper (Blade Depth : 2 // Speed : 8 // Force : 14 // Single Pass), but the Online Labels sticker paper that I use is a little bit thinner than the Silhouette brand. If my blade is on the dull side (like now), I use a blade depth of 2, but if I have a new blade I’ll bump that down to 1. To cut the rectangle sticker sheet the whole way through, I typically set my ratchet blade to a blade depth of 6 or 7, and sometimes I have to do multiple passes to cut cleanly through.
Check out the video below for a step-by-step tutorial on how to make kiss cut sticker sheets with Silhouette die cutting machines:
Supplies Used in This Project
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