I love Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger are certainly a pair of characters. They are so funny. I loved the stories of the Hundred Acre Wood and Christopher Robin when I was growing up. When I became a parent, passed these stories along to children and now I have the opportunity to share with my grandchildren. Winnie the Pooh and Tigger never get old. They are still as adorable today as they were in my childhood.
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger FREE Stickers
I have a friend who is in need of some cheering up and I know that she loves Winnie the Pooh and Tigger. I made her a set of stickers and was very happy to see the smile on her face. It is always a good day when you can make someone smile.
Making stickers is a reality straight forward process. If you are interested in a tutorial, please leave a comment or send me an email.
Personal Use ONLY Please
These stickers are not intended for Commercial Use. They are copyright designs and they belong to Disney. Please be respectful of the copyright.
FREE Download Sticker File
The FREE Download contains the 3 images that you see in the picture. I have put a white boarder around each of the stickers.
You will be getting each image in both JPeg and PNG file formats.
You can very easily upload these files to either you Cricut or Silhouette die cutting machines.
Uploading to Cricut Canvas
To upload these images to Cricut Canvas, start by opening the program.
Your screen should look something like this. The Upload Tab can be found in the side bar, (Image 01).
Your next screen should look something like this. Select the Upload Image Tab, Image 02.
There is a lot of helpful information on this 2nd screen (Image 02). You never need to worry about remember the file types that you can upload. The information is listed here.
When you select the Upload Image Tab, another screen will appear. Image 03.
This is allow you to find the image on your computer and upload the image to Cricut Canvas.
You have two options. You can click and drag on the image onto the Cricut Canvas. Or you can select the image and then click on the OPEN tab. Both ways will work, choose whichever is the easiest for you.
Once your image is uploaded to Cricut Canvas, your screen should look something like this.
If you are unsure which selection to make, simply compare your image to the images that you see in the boxes beside each description.
This isn’t a simple design. There is a lot of color and a lot of detail. I am choosing Complex.
Once you have made your choice be sure to click on the CONTINUE tab.
This next panel allows you to modify your uploaded design. In this instance, I need to remove the white background from the design area.
I double check to make sure that I am not missing any of the white background areas before I click on the CONTINUE tab.
You are almost there. This next screen allows you to tell Cricut Canvas is you want to save your upload as a Print then Cut Image or just a Cut Image.
I am choosing Print then Cut. Then I am clicking on the SAVE tab.
This completes the upload. Now we get to have some fun, let’s print some stickers.
The rest is up to you. Have fun printing these fun Winnie Pooh and Tigger Too Stickers.
If you have any questions, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below. I respond to all questions and comments.
But remember, copyright, these stickers are free personal use only.
Here is the link to your download. You can also find the download under the FREEBIES Tab in the Main Menu.