Finished you can brew stickers with the sparkle overlay.
You can brew it stickers.

This sticker turned out so much better than I thought it would when I was working on I honestly didn’t like it at first. I spent so much time working on it moving pieces around, redoing the face a bunch of times, adding and removing images and changing colours the only thing that stayed the same was the saying. This was the first sticker that kicked off the idea for creating a coffee sticker line but wasn't the first one officially done. I think I had completed a few other ones before I was sure this one was done. I saw the saying on Pinterest when I was looking for ideas for coffee sayings and then ran with it. More coffee stickers to come!


  • Cricut Design Space
  • Fine point blade
  • 12 by 12 green standard mat
  • Brayer
  • Spatula

How to create

Uploading the image to Design Space

Image of upload screen in Cricut Design Space.
Image of upload screen in Cricut Design Space.
  1. Open up Design Space and go to “New Project”.
  2. Go to “upload” on the left side of the screen, you may need to scroll down a little.
  3. Click “upload image” and click browse.
  4. Find your image and then click “open”
  5. Select Image type: I usually pick moderate or the option that works best for your image and click “continue”. 
  6. Background remover: you may have to play till happy with the background removal, click “apply and continue” when ready.
  7. Select upload type: click the “print and cut” option and then upload.
  8. Should be in recent uploads, select the image and then add it to Canvas.
  9. Repeat this for other images if needed,

Creating the offset - Completely optional 

Print screen of adding the offset to the image.
Creating the offset.
  1. Click on the image and click on offset at the top of the screen.
  2. Adjust the size by sliding the dot left or right and then click apply when ready.
  3. If there are any “holes or gaps” you want to fill in go to “contour” at the bottom and then click on area and it should fill in.
  4. When set up select the offset and the image, go to “align” and select “center”, this will center the image in the offset. 
  5. With both still selected “group” the images together and then go to flatten at the bottom, the image with the offset will be a “print and cut”.
  6. Duplicate the image as needed.
  7. Repeat the process for all the images you have.

Printing and Cutting the sticker

Image of the printer setup in Cricut Design Space.
Printer setup in Cricut Design Space
  1. Turn on the printer and the Cricut.
  2. Place the sticker paper into the printer.
  3. Go to “make it” and a screen will pop up with how the images are placed click “continue”.
  4. Choose "for any material" mat option.
  5. Next screen click “send to printer”.
  6. The print screen will pop up and ensure the bleed option is on and click “print”.
  7. Let the paper dry if needed (optional).
  8. Take the Premium vinyl sticker paper holographic. Cover the entire sheet or just the area you are working with. (optional).
  9. Place the printer sheet on the mat and run the brayer over the sheet to adhere it to the mat.
  10. Set material to the “poster board” setting which will allow the machine to cut through making individual stickers.
  11. Load the mat into the machine when the “arrow” starts flashing.
  12. Click the “C” when it starts flashing.

Removing the stickers

  1. Unload the machine when prompted by the flashing “arrow”.
  2. Flip the mat over and peel the mat off the sticker paper.
  3. Take the spatula to help remove the stickers left on the mat.

This is such a cute sticker and now the is sticker is done and cut I just love it.

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