Kawaii Happy Mail Stickers - Printable
Perfect to track down your happy mail exchanges or your usual mail receptions and outbounds, post office trips, etc.
Perfect to decorate all types of planners (Happy Planner, Erin Condren Life Planner, Filofax, Kikki K...), traveler's notebook, hobonichi and other journals.
You'll be able to instantly download your file in 3 different formats:
►JPEG (this way, you can adjust the size if needed)
►JPEG Black & White - you can use these black outlines to easily trace your cutting lines in Silhouette Studio software. for easy tracing in your cutting software (optional)
Good to know:
❤ The file is created in US letter size (8,5x11 inches) but you can also print it on A4 paper: in both cases, it's important to make sure your printer is set to "actual size" or "100%" and not "scale to fit" to ensure the stickers fit your planner perfectly.
❤ Due to the digital nature of this item, no refund is possible.
Please, understand that I do NOT ship or print this item.
❤ Print as many times as you want on sticker paper (or any other paper you'd like to use) and use scissors, gyrocutter, X-acto knife to cut your stickers.
Optional: You can use the black outlines file if you want to cut this printable with your Silhouette machine (Print & cut function).
❤ The watermark grid appearing in the listing picture is of course removed from download files.
► INSTANT DOWNLOAD:
Your download link will be provided to you at the checkout. You will also receive a download link email after purchasing. Please note all orders are sent digitally; you will not receive any physical products in the mail.
Please note that colors may look slightly different on your screen and printed, as each device (PC and printer) are calibrated differently.
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