3. Open Word (or Google Docs) and insert the pictures. I was able to fit a total of 12 pictures per page. I also set the page margins to narrow to make the most of the vinyl. (I also added a few cropped pictures on top of another picture in my grid that I didn’t want to print.)
4. Print! Make sure that the matte side of the vinyl is facing up in your printer and that the waxy side is facing down. I printed both of the sheets below in high quality settings, but I printed the top sheet standard, and the bottom sheet in photo printing mode. The standard mode made pictures that were brighter and more vibrant, but lost some of the detail. I feel like overall the photo printing mode produced better results.
5. Cut your pictures with scissors or you can use a paper cutter (I LOVE this one), and enjoy.
I’ve also teamed up with Expressions Vinyl and DOZENS of other talented bloggers who are sharing some fun ideas for making things with vinyl. Check them out below:
Kelly of Simply Kelly Designs says
This is such a great idea Rachel! Printable vinyl would be more durable than stickers. I love seeing all your awesome pics on Instagram.
Alexis Middleton says
Such a smart idea! And yeah, your insta photos are awesome, so of course you would want sticker versions!