I use a planner to keep me organized, but I think my real motivation is that I get to play with stickers, just like in elementary school. Since we’re Star Wars crazy here, today I’m sharing some free print-and-cut Star Wars stickers for your planner.
Just in time for Star Wars Celebration, May the 4th and Force Friday. But they’re designed so you can use them any time to keep track of important appointments, tasks, to do lists and more.
We’re heading to Star Wars celebration next month, and I can’t wait to decorate my planner pages with these fun stickers!
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At the end of this post, you’ll find links to download three different versions of these files, including SVG files for use with Cricut and other electronic cutters and Silhouette Studio files for use with the Silhouette Cameo. There’s also a PDF version that you can print on plain full-sheet sticker paper and cut out with scissors.
Here are step-by-step directions for making these planner stickers using a Silhouette Cameo.
- Silhouette Cameo
- Silhouette Cut Mat (12×12 or 8.5×11)
- Printer with ink
- Sticker Paper
- Silhouette Premium Blade
Before you begin, if you haven’t already, you will need to download the Silhouette Studio software from here.
Install it by using the directions on the site.
Open your software and change your page settings to 8.5×11.
When making stickers you will need to do what is called a print and cut. In order to do that, you will need to turn on your registration marks. Registration marks are what the machine uses to cut the stickers. They basically tell the machine where to go.
After you turn on your registration marks, you will need to open your Studio file. You can do this by opening it using file:open in the top bar or you can just drag the file onto your canvas.
After you open it, you may need to resize it to match your registration marks.
It should look like this:
After you have everything set up, you will want to print your document. Do not turn off the registration marks. You need to print everything. Start by clicking the printer icon.
Then choose the settings for your printer.
After you have printed out your stickers, it is time to cut them. Place your sticker sheet on the cutting mat by lining it up on the grid like this:
After the sticker sheet is completely straight on the mat, you will want to load the cutting mat into the machine. Depending on which Silhouette you have, you will either line the mat up with the blue line, as shown, or position it under the adjustable rollers.
Load the mat.
Within the Silhouette software, click on Send to Silhouette. Before hitting “start,” make sure to check your cut settings and adjust your blade.
You should choose “white sticker paper” for this project. Once you’ve adjusted the blade and loaded the cutting mat, hit “Start” to begin cutting.
Then let the machine do its job. Repeat with all three pages. In no time at all, you’ll have a set of awesome Star Wars stickers for your planner!
Star Wars Stickers Files
Click on the links below to download the Silhouette Studio files:
If you have another brand of electronic cutter, you can use these SVG files to make your Star Wars planner stickers:
If you don’t have an electronic cutter, you can download the PDF versions of Star Wars stickers, print them out on full-sheet sticker paper and cut them out with scissors.
Check out these other Star Wars craft ideas using a Silhouette Cameo: