Step 8: Now the fun part! Before you click Print, we need to make sure the acetate is loaded print side up for your printer - there are instructions included with the transparency film on which side is which. After printing on the acetate, the most important part is to WAIT. I know, you want to pull out the paper trimmer and go for it right away, but the ink will smudge right off if you do that.
Step 9: All that’s left is to trim and punch (if you need to for your planner!) I also like printing on vellum as well. Layering is so fun with these digitals, and I like a thicc planner.
Use these steps to print the clipart included with the digitals as well. My silhouette fights with me at every opportunity, so I usually “fussy cut” the clip art out. I also love to laminate the acetate after printing on it, you can cut around to make a super cute page marker!
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