Step Two: Start a New Project and upload the PNGs of the stickers
Once your calibration is done, you're ready to make the stickers!
You'll need to know where you've saved the files you downloaded from your purchase so you can upload them. Many times, I go to upload and then can't find them, which seems silly, I know. But it shows the importance of organizing files on your computer!
Start by clicking on 'New Project' and you will get a blank canvas like this. We need to start by uploading the sticker files:
Click on 'Upload Image' and this is where you'll need to find the files on your computer:
Once you've navigated to the correct folder, you'll want to select the PNGs. They are already formatted for Print and Cut. You'll have to upload them one at a time:
Now you're going to want to save this as a 'Complex' image. If you save it as a simple or moderately complex image, your stickers will be blurry.
This is the next screen you'll see. Because my stickers are already formatted for Cricut and have a transparent background, you don't need to do anything here, just apply and continue:
When selecting the upload type choose the 'Print Then Cut Image'. You can give it a name and add tags if you want, but that is optional. If you have collections, you can add it to a collection also.
This is what it will look like when all the images have been uploaded. Click on whichever ones you want and then add it to the canvas: