As an artist and small entrepreneur, the cost of having someone manufacture stickers for you is expensive. So, it can be appealing to print and cut stickers for yourself.
Awhile back, I purchased a Cricut Maker. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a fancy piece of machinery that’s capable of cutting all sorts of materials. It can also engrave, draw/write, and so much more.
I’ve got this machine and I’d like to cut stickers with it. Cricut sells all sorts of materials to use with their machines. Including, printable sticker paper. I purchased some, when it went on sale.
The issue I’ve come across and I’ve seen loads of comments online lamenting the same thing, is the sheets jam up in printers. I ruined a few sheets before I figured out why it was happening and I’ve come up with a simple solution. That way, no more ink or paper go to waste.
Seeing that I’m not the only one with this problem, I want to share my hack. I made a short how to video, detailing what you’ll need and how to avoid jamming your printer.
The beginning of the video is pretty funny and if you’ve experienced these jams, you’ll definitely be able to relate! Check the video out here on my YouTube channel for the step by step instructions. Please, be sure to like, comment, and subscribe. Thank you so much for your support and for reading my blog! I hope you’ll subscribe!
*I’m not affiliated with Cricut. Nor do they sponsor me. This article and video are for educational purposes only.*
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