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Branding Your Business With Cricut- I’ve been a small business owner for 2 years now and if it’s anything I’ve learned it’s that there are something you can do yourself! Especially when you own your own business. Most people think they need to spend all this money on branding when in reality, if you have a Circut these things are so simple to achieve! Here is a list of things you can make to brand your business yourself, if you have a Cricut!
DIY Freebie Stickers
If it’s one thing I love adding to my packaging it’s a freebie. I love Cricut’s printable vinyl because these make for fun stickers your customers can out on water bottles, phone cases, desk, and so much more!
How to use Cricut Printable Vinyl: Load the Vinyl paper in your printer, back side facing up! Open your Cricut Design space and create your design. I used font from Cricut Access! Set your Operation settings to PRINT THEN CUT. After this, you will add the Offset option and adjust the offset to the size of choosing.
Once it’s time to create, you will be asked if you want to send the design to your printer! After printing you can transfer your print back to the Cricut mat and proceed with cutting!! This is how my stickers came out!
DIY package seal
Thanking everyone for their order is so important to me. I need every customer receiving their order to know how much it means to me. I found this Writeable Sticky Paper and found it to be perfect to add a seal of love to my packages!
How to use Writeable Sticky Paper: Using my Cricut Pens I created a design on Cricut Design space and used the draw option so I could use my pens! This paper is SPECIFICALLY made to write on! The paper linked is Smart Paper so I did not even need my mat! I then duplicated it 5x on the mat so I would have more then one on the sheet of writable paper.I used my Trimmer to cut them into even rectangles!
DIY package stickers
I love a good sticker, but not only as an added freebie, I also love to add them to my packages. But for this different material is needed as the poly mailers I have a glossy finish to it, I need something different from the printable vinyl!
For these I used Printable Sticker Paper. Same steps as above for the freebie sticker, except I added less of an offset! Allowing for more of my poly mailer to be seen and a different style.
The branding possibilities are endless with a circuit. They have the best materials for you to do it these things yourself, at home, affordably! Do you have a small business? Let me know below in the comments so I can check out your small business!