Have you been trying to figure out how to make your own custom digital stickers for your digital planner? Digital Stickers are so much fun to design and once you get the hang of it you really won’t be able to stop making them! Today, I’m going to walk you thru step-by-step how to create one!
Let’s dive in.
You can hand-letter a word or draw an object. Doesn’t matter either way. Feel free to add as much or as little color to your artwork.
Go to the Layers Panel at the top right of your toolbar. Tap the ‘+’ to add a new layer. This layer is for drawing your boarder. Move this layer underneath your artwork.
Draw a thin white boarder around your artwork to give it that sticker look!
Next, go back to the Layers Panel and find ‘Background layer’. Uncheck the small box to the right. This turns off the background color and makes your canvas transparent.
We need to crop your final artwork so there is no extra space around what you drew. Go to the top right of your toolbar and tap the icon that looks like a wrench. This pulls up the Actions Panel. Then tap on Canvas>Crop & Resize. If you aren’t familiar with how to crop, check out my in depth tutorial HERE.
All you have to do is go back to that wrench icon to Actions then tap Share>PNG.
Either one works really well. Up to you.
The most popular app for importing digital stickers is GoodNotes. If you don’t have GoodNotes it’s $7.99 in the app store and is great for digital planning and note-taking.
That’s it. You are done!
Apr 28, 2021